Enjoy your flight to Montpellier with Air France

Discover Montpellier, a city with an interesting medieval past on the South Coast of France

Montpellier is a city on the South coast of France on the Mediterranean Sea, with just over half a million inhabitants. Popular with tourists on their holidays due to its closeness to the sea and the other southern attractions of France, the city also has a range of interesting sights and sounds to visit during your stay, particularly the medieval architecture.
You can fly to Montpellier via France's largest airline, Air France. There are flights from Singapore Changi Airport to the local airport several times a week. For your personal comfort you will receive a fleece blanket and pillow. There is also reading material, as well as films, music and games available on a personal video screen to entertain you on your journey. There are more benefits if you choose to fly business class . You can enjoy a variety of quality meals from Air France's high quality menu.
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Montpellier enjoys warm, dry summers and cool, wet winters.

From medieval architecture to some glorious natural parks and nature reserves, Montpellier has many attractions for the visitor

There are many interesting sights in Montpellier. The central town square is the Place de Comedie, which houses sculptural fountains known as the 'Three Graces.' Close by is the Musée Fabre, which houses Greek ceramics and a selection of paintings from the 17th to 19th centuries, including work from Borch and Pannini. Some medieval architecture can be found at the Tour des Pins, the Tour de la Babotte and the Rue de Bras de Fer. The Jewish Mikve is a medieval bath that dates from the 13th century, in the heart of what used to be the Jewish quarter of the city. There are official tour guides to get the most of the history and sights of Montpellier.
Montpellier boasts the oldest botanical garden in France, the Jardin des Plantes de Montpellier, which was created in the 16th Century. Inside, there is an orangery, an arboretum and an 'English Garden'. The La Serre Amazonienne is a greenhouse with tropical rain forest plants. There are also some beautiful beaches, and a nearby nature reserve, the Villeneuve-les-Maguelone which has some ancient oak trees, an adventure park and some vineyards and marshes to enjoy. There is the Maguelone Cathedral in the heart of this protected region.
There are a variety of interesting places to go shopping in Montpellier, including a new shopping centre, the Odysseum, that mixes leisure activities and top brand names. There are also traditional local markets, book and antique fairs to enjoy.

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