The Midi-Pyrenees and Languedoc-Roussillon Sights

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South of Rue de Metz 5

Montpellier 10

Albi 6

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Place de la Comédie

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The number of bistros and brasseries increases as you leave the Vieille Ville to cross Place des Martyrs, and if you veer right down...

Place de la Daurade

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Set beside the river, Place de la Daurade ranks among the city's nicest squares. The corner of the quay offers a romantic view of the...

Place du Capitole

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Lined with shops and cafés, this vast, open square in the city center is a good spot to get your bearings, soak up some sun, or peruse...

Place du Vigan

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Rue de l'Hôtel de Ville, two streets west of the Maison Natale, leads past the Mairie (City Hall), with its hanging globes of flowers,...

Pont Neuf

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Despite its name, the graceful span of the Pont Neuf is hardly new: it opened to traffic in 1632. Remains of the old bridge—one arch...

Promenade des Plantanes

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Across Boulevard Wilson from Le Castillet, this is a cheerful place to stroll among flowers, plane trees, and fountains. ...

Promenade du Peyrou

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Montpellier's grandest avenue was built at the end of the 17th century and dedicated to Louis XIV. ...

Tourist train

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Mid-February through October, a small tourist train with broadcast commentary leaves from Place de la Comédie daily at 11, noon, 2,...

Vieux Céret

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Place Picasso is the heart of Old Céret, and the sardana dancers and castellers (human tower troops) who perform here are evidence...

Église de la Madeleine

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The heavily restored church, with its distinctive octagonal tower, was the place where the infamous 1209 massacre began. Some 7,000 townspeople...


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