A quintessentially French city where Rome failed to mark its influence, Montpellier gleams with French culture reflecting trough public squares, museums and emblems of literary art. Situated in the South of France, the city is the capital of Languedoc-Roussillon region, as well as the Hérault department. Montpellier seduces the visitors with its sheer elegance, French manners and a Mediterranean climate which allures with warm sun and a delectable cuisine. One of the cities where industrialization hasn’t been able to clutch its hold, Montpellier radiates with intelligentsia thanks to its famous University with historical bearings.
Neo- classical, Gothic and Modern architecture co-exist in a rhythmic harmony in Montpellier’s cityscape with splashy new districts such as Antigone on the one hand and an Old Town which makes us nostalgic for a culture gone by, on the other. Dotted with boutiques and street side cafes, vineyards and lovely terraces, Montpellier definitely enthralls the travelers with its vivacity. Meander through its narrow medieval streets and discover the gorgeous private mansions which retell a story of French High Culture.