The Midi-Pyrenees and Languedoc-Roussillon Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Midi-Pyrenees and Languedoc-Roussillon - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Toulouse 25


Old Toulouse 20

South of Rue de Metz 5

Montpellier 10

Albi 6

Perpignan 5

Beziers 4

Collioure 4

Cordes-sur-Ciel 3

Narbonne 3

Ceret 2

Carcassonne 2

Salses 1

Vernet-les-Bains 1

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At the far-east end of the city loop, Montpellier seems to transform itself into a futuristic metropolis designed in one smooth, low-slung...

Arc de Triomphe

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Looming majestically over the peripheral highway that loops around the city center, this enormous arch is the centerpiece of the Peyrou.

Cathédrale St-Pierre

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After taking in the broad vistas of the promenade de Peyrou, cross over into the Vieille Ville and wander its maze of narrow streets...

Faculté de Médecine

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Peek into this noble institution on Rue de l'École de Médecine, next door to Cathédrale St-Pierre. Founded in the 13th century and...

Jardin des Plantes

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Boulevard Henri IV runs north from the promenade du Peyrou to France's oldest botanical garden, which was planted on order of Henri IV...

Montpellier Tourist Office

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English-language walking tours organized by the Montpellier Tourist Office depart on Saturday from Place de la Comédie (€9, reserve...

Musée Fabre

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From crowd-packed Place de la Comédie, Boulevard Sarrail leads north past the shady Esplanade Charles de Gaulle to this rich, renowned...

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...

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,...