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Montpellier airport 2 montpellier. Aer Lingus ; aerlingus. Set about 10km from the Mediterranean, the capital of the Languedoc-Roussillon is a city of both the very old and very new. The shield-shaped medieval Old Town is a tangle of mellow, cobble stoned streets dating from the 10th century. It opens Monday to Saturday from 9. Le Guilhem 10 18 rue Jean Jacques Rousseau 00 33 4 67 52 90 90; leguilhem.
Surrounded by vineyards, 10 minutes from the centre, Domaine de Verchant 11 , Boulevard Philippe Lamour, Castelnau le Lez 00 33 4 67 07 26 00; domainedeverchant. Bear left onto Rue Montgolfier and then back on to the Rue Foch — on your right is the 19th-century, neoclassical-style Palais du Justice The Grand Rue Jean Moulin 20 is where you will find most of the big brand names. You can sit outside on the narrow street or in the small rustic dining room at Le Pastis 27 3 rue Terral 00 33 4 67 66 37 26; pastis-restaurant.
Montpellier has no shortage of beautiful churches, many of which are hewn from mellow, honey coloured stone. Its origins lie in a monastery and church built in by Pope Urban V. Mass is celebrated at It opens daily from 9. It opens Tuesday to Sunday noon-8pm, admission free. Montpellier has an extensive transport system with four tramway lines and a network of buses.
The city also has over km cycle paths — you can easily pedal off to the seaside. The first hour costs 50 cents and 50 cent per hour after that. Its walls are hung with a rich collection of Flemish, Dutch, Italian, Spanish and French masters as well as temporary exhibitions. It opens Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 6pm, closed Mondays. It was established in by Lord Guilhem VIII with an edict that anyone, regardless of their religion or nationality, could teach medicine at the school, which is the oldest continuously operating faculty in Western Europe.