Within the medical faculty of the University of Montpellier, this museum displays a small collection of French, Italian and Flemish...
Jardin des Plantes
North of place Royale du Peyrou is Montpellier's delightful botanical garden, France’s oldest botanical garden, laid out in 1593 and...
Hôtel de la Vieille Intendance
With its leather chairs and scuffed wood, this chilled cafe overlooking the tree-lined place de la Canorgue makes the perfect spot to...
Le Petit Jardin
As its name suggests, this lovely bistro overlooks a charmingly green hidden garden, which you can dine in on sunny days, or simply gaze...
Cathédrale St-Pierre information
Lonely Planet review
Montpellier's monumental Cathédrale St-Pierre began life as a church attatched to the 14th-century monastery of St-Benoît, and was raised to cathedral status in 1536. Heavily rebuilt after the Wars of Religion, it's now the seat of the city's archbishops.