Place de la Comédie is Montpellier's central square.
Also known as l'OEuf (the Egg) because of its original oval shape, it is one of the largest pedestrian areas in Europe.
Standing proud in the middle is the statue of the Three Graces, Montpellier's emblematic goddesses.
All around you'll see street artists, people on the move, and others taking a leisurely break at one of the many outside cafés.
The historic city centre, known as the Ecusson, the enticing downtown area for those who take pleasure in shopping.
Free of charge
Tramway / streetcar line : Ligne 1 et 2 arrêt Comédie
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Montpellier is sure to inspire you: from its medieval streets ideal for shopping to new neighbourhoods combining natural spaces and buildings designed by the greatest international architects, via its new modern tram li...
Entering the Fabre Museum, a step or two away from Place de la Comédie, means plunging into a wonderful world that is both far away and close at hand.
La Comédie du livre (book fair) is a big literature party that takes place in Montpellier, at Place de la Comédie and the Esplanade Charles de Gaulle. Meetings, signings, conferences...
A mosaic of atmospheres
Montpellier, festive, mediterranean and creative city...
Our tourist advisers
welcome you every day
30 Place de la Comédie Montpellier
9.30am - 6pm (Mon-Sat)
10am - 5pm (Sun.&Bank holidays).
Our tourist information offices
Lattes : +33 (0)7 72 43 65 08
Villeneuve-lès- Maguelone : 07 87 25 67 45
Castries : +33 (0)4 67 52 04 24