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Enjoy Montpellier

Ready for a sun-soaked city trip packed with culture and history? But don't want to take a long flight? Then plan a holiday to Montpellier and visit the citadel or relax on the beach. Montpellier boasts its own Arc de Triomphe and one of the oldest botanical gardens in France: Jardin des Plantes. Book your flight, accommodation, rental car and activities conveniently with Transavia Holidays. You will be all set for a fantastic city trip.


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A surprising city trip

Montpellier enjoys an amazing 300 days of sunshine a year. Grab a spot on a sunny terrace on Place de la Comédie, the lively heart of the city. Looking for an opportunity to shop? The central square is surrounded by charming medieval streets packed with unique shops. A visit to the Opéra Comédie is also worthwhile. Ardent foodies will head over to the indoor Les Halles Laissac market. Montpellier offers all the ingredients for an interesting and fun city trip!

"Shopping, eating out and partying. Everyday is different in Montpellier.”

Dive into the ocean and the local nightlife

Animal lovers will have a great time at Planet Ocean. Discover the wondrous world of oceans, rainforests and mangroves. Prefer to visit the real ocean? L'Espiguette beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in France. At night, you can enjoy the French cuisine. Order the brandade de morue from Nîmes (mashed potatoes with cod dish), cargolada (grilled snails) or gardiane de taureau (a bull meat stew). Still have some energy to burn? One fourth of Montpellier's population is made up of students. So you are never far from a lively café. For a fun night on the town explore the city’s nightlife, as the French sure know how to party.

Are you excited about visiting Montpellier? Transavia takes you to this lively city in less than two hours. With Transavia you can book your flight and a comfortable hotel at the same time. You can also rent a car or book a tour. There is no better way to explore the beauty of southern France. Bon voyage!