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Business Class Flights To Montpellier

With its elegant buildings, charming boulevards, and grand architecture, Montpellier is a sophisticated city in the south of France, situated near the magnificent white-sand beaches of the Mediterranean Sea. Purchase business class flights to Montpellier and ensure yourself an unforgettable trip of a lifetime in this stylish metropolis, which is the fastest-growing urban center in France. Treat yourself to lavish customer service, exceptional comfort aboard the plane, and enjoy top quality food and drink as you travel.

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Montpellier Airport and Business Class Lounge

Montpellier-Méditerranée Airport, or Aéroport de Montpellier-Méditerranée, has serviced the south of France since 1946. When you book business class flights to Montpellier, you gain exclusive access to the utmost luxury and relaxation. With 2 peaceful lounge areas and plentiful workspaces, the business lounge is suitable for any travel need, whether you are traveling for work or for pleasure. Savor regional wines and discover the flavors of the South with delectable cuisine. Allow yourself to unwind before or after your flight, or take advantage of the fully functional workstations provided just for you.


Things To Do In Montpellier

If the weather is nice –and it usually is - when you touch down in this lovely southern-French town, go for a stroll along the picturesque Esplanade, lined with pretty trees and benches. The walk is dotted with several outdoor restaurants and market tents where you can buy clothing and food. In the old city center, there are many places of interest including La Place Royale du Peyrou, Le Jardin des Plantes (Botanical Garden), and the art museum Musée Fabre, which houses one of France’s finest collections of European art. Don’t miss the Arc-de-Triomphe, which was originally built in honor of Louis XIV. Antigone, a modern district with charming neo-classical buildings, was designed by Catalan architect Ricardo Bofill, thereby extending the city to the banks of the River Lez, and is definitely a sight to behold.

Centre-Ville is best for luxury shopping, especially high-end clothing, especially around the main streets and on the rue Foch. You can find some more ‘artsy’ shops in the city center, as well. On Sundays, there is a large flea market open in the morning, where you can find just about anything and try your hand at haggling with locals. Booklovers will delight in the Sauramps and Gibert Joseph bookstores, which offer books in many languages and are considered veritable gems of the city.

Montpellier is a cosmopolitan city and has a lot to offer in international cuisine. However, if you have come here in part to try some traditional French cuisine, there are a lot of delightful options. For a classic café experience, try a bistro near La Place de la Comédie, or for great espresso, try the area around the Louis Blanc tram stop. For the most authentic French dining experience, it is best to leave the city center and head north, south, or west to a less touristic part of town. There are also hundreds of bar-cafes all over the city center, most of which have a ‘happy hour’ period in the evening, when there is usually some sort of drink special on offer. You can easily find lots of bars with outdoor seating around the Place de la Comédie and the Place Castellane.

The Languedoc Roussillon region of which Montpellier is a part of produces more wine annually than the entire country of Australia. There are so many varieties to try but you could start with a Pic Saint-Loup for a red, or Picpoul de Pinet for a white. There is also the classic aperitif liquor called Pastis, which is regularly imbibed with a single ice cub and diluted to taste by the locals. For a wine-loving traveler, there are also many options for regional wine tours, including full-day and half-day tours such as the Pic St-Loup Wine Tour, the Chateaux of Montpellier Wine Tour, and the Languedoc Wine and Oyster Tour.

For the more adventurous, there are also minivan tours available for groups of up to 7 people if you feel like exploring even more around the fascinating area of Montpellier. There are tours to the village of Saint Guilhem le Désert, which take you along the Herault Gorges, where you can go canoeing and explore underwater caves. Considered one of the most beautiful villages in France and a classified World Heritage site, St. Guilhem le Désert village was built around the Abbey of Gellone in medieval times and is beautifully preserved. Close by, you can cross the famous Pont de Diable (Devil’s Bridge), and peruse the pottery museum of St. Jean de Fos.


Getting Around Montpellier

Montpellier is a small city and walking across the entire city center does not take much time. The city has an excellent bicycle path network and produces a map called Montpellier à vélo that outlines the best routes to take and which to avoid. Visitors can rent bikes at machines throughout the city. Beware that some streets in the old city center are not in fact streets, but staircases! Montpellier also has a public bus and tram system. The trams, which were designed by Christian Lacroix, have even been deemed ‘the sexiest in the world’. Buses and trams use the same ticket, which can be purchased from automatic machines or from the driver. Driving in the city center is not recommended as you will most likely get stuck in traffic and signage is scarce or confusing. If you have a car, it is best to park by a tram station such as Odysseum or Sabines, or park in the Polygone shopping mall to save yourself the trouble and the money.

Whether you are traveling to this wonderful destination for work or for pleasure, when you purchase business flights to Montpellier, you know you are guaranteeing yourself the most enjoyable, most relaxing, and most efficient means of traveling. From the moment you book, you begin an unforgettable journey to this graceful and easy-going metropolis in the south of France. Why settle for less, for discerning travelers know that purchasing business flights to Montpellier is the key to creating wonderful memories.

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