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|What’s In Store for You in Languedoc-Roussillon?
Since you’re already in France, make the most of your trip by visiting cities as enchanting as Paris and as exciting as Brittany. Visit the cities in the region of Languedoc-Roussillon. One city that will most likely stand out is Montpellier, the region’s principal city.
By train, you can get to Montpellier by riding through the TGV line. It has connections from Paris, Lille, Lyon, Valence, and Nice. If you’re flying in, there’s Montpellier Mediterranee Airport situated in the outskirts of the city. Ferries also arrive regularly from Balearic Islands, Mahgreb, and Corsica.
To get around, it might be more enjoyable and exciting to see the city on a bicycle. The tourist information office provides a map called Montpellier à vélo that will show you places where it’s ideal to go biking. You can rent bikes in a number of places across the city.
Some of the most interesting attractions to see include La Place Royale du Peyrou, La Cathedrale Saint-Pierre, La Place de la Comedie and Musee Fabre.
On a nice weather, take a stroll on the Esplanade. It’s a great place to unwind and maybe even engage in deep contemplation. It’s lined with trees, park benches, outdoor restaurants, and market tents usually selling clothes and food.
Once in the mood to burn your bucks, go shopping here in Montpellier. If you’re into upscale shopping, visit the main streets leading away from Place de la Comedie. There are countless of high-end clothing stores there. If bargain-hunting is your thing, get in the Polygone shopping center where a plethora of stores awaits you.
Other cities in Languedoc-Roussillon you should visit include Anduze for traditional pottery worshops, the medieval walled town of Carcassonne, and the beautiful bourgeois city of Nimes.
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