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 one of Montpellier’s hidden gems, the Jardins des Plantes – the oldest botanical garden in France....
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
Without doubt, the ‘Little Garden’ has one of the city’s most romantic dining settings – a charmingly green secret garden, hidden away...
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Cathédrale St-Pierre information
Montpellier’s monumental Cathédrale St-Pierre began life as a church attached 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.