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Montpellier, a city in the south of France in the Occitania region, located near the Mediterranean Sea, is a dynamic destination, full of life and elegant, stands out for its stately charm and narrow streets, with our free tours, you will not miss a detail of this surprising city.

What to see in Montpellier? By reserving one of our Free Walking Tour Montpellier, you will visit the old center of the city, you will visit the Place de la Comédie, oval in shape, popularly known as the Egg Square, it is one of the largest in Europe, where La Montpellier Opera, and one of the icons of the city The Fountain of the Three Graces and you can find shops, cafes and restaurants. You will discover part of the remains of the old city wall by visiting the Babotte Tower, where it now houses the Astronomical Observatory of the Academy of Sciences. You will know the Cathedral of San Pedro in the Gothic style, do you want to know the place that the named Nostradamus studied? very close to the Cathedral is the Faculty of Medicine where he studied, it is one of the oldest faculties in the world.

With our excursions and free tours of Montpellier with guide tour in Spanish, you will visit the Arc de Triomphe in the French city, dating from the end of the 16th century. Montpellier has neighborhoods of great interest such as the Sainte-Anne Quarter, where the old Church of Sainte-Anne currently houses a Contemporary Art Gallery, or the Saint Roch District and Church. You will know, the Saint-Côme Amphitheater, which was located the faculty until the end of the 18th century. To enjoy a walk and relax, you will discover the Esplanade of Charles de Gaulle, and enjoy the Aqueduct of Saint Clement which is located near the Promenade de Peyrou.

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