The Place de la Comédie

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, is an enticing downtown area for those who enjoy shopping. From Rue de la Loge, along Grand Rue Jean Moulin, and through the medieval narrow streets in the Ancien Courrier quarter you will experience a rich blend of international high street names and boutiques with the charm of yesteryear.

 

3 grâce- Place de la Comédie © Office de Tourisme de Montpellier
 
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. From Rue de la Loge, along Grand Rue Jean Moulin, and through the medieval narrow streets in the Ancien Courrier quarter you will experience a rich blend of international high street names and boutiques with the charm of yesteryear.

 
 

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