ADD TO LISTMontpellier ( population: 200 000) 750 km South-East of Paris , Montpellier is accessible by TGV from Paris in about 3 hours. With old hotels, gardens and a variety of industries, this university city is lively. Its proximity to the Mediterranean Sea and its gentle climate contribute to its attractiveness. A youthful student city, Montpellier is also the capital of the Languedoc region.
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Hihi, everyone who ever went to Montpellier knows the Australian Pub, oder?! Its quite expensive but just funfunfun if ure there with the "right" people;)
boire un verre sur la Place Jean JAURES... flaner sur la Place de La COMEDIE... shopping dans "l'écusson" pietonnier...
Great little city. Lived there for 5 years. Lots of young people, very rich cultural life, especially the Dance festival, the Internationales de la Guitare festival, the Festival des Fanfares and the Fete de la Musique (summer solstice every summer). 10km from the beach, nice weather pretty much all the time, probably the best quality/price ratio for food I've seen anywhere. Awesome place. Probably my favorite restaurant is l'Escalier. Cheap and good. Another good one is La Cheneraie, same street. For hanging out and having a drink, great atmosphere at the Bec de Jazz, Fitzpatrick, Rebuffy, Roule ma Poule, Le Petit Nice in Place Jean Jaures, and many others. Nice coffee/tea shop is Toast and Tea behind St Roch church.
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