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Languedoc-Roussillon Travel Tips & Suggestions

Montpellier has a few rather shady characters especially once it gets dark, but a really lovely town. Very relaxed and pleasant.
Montpellier is the capitol of the Languedoc-Roussillon region and entices visitors with its location on the coast of southern France. If you are looking for a Montpellier hostel, the city center is the best location. It is a pedestrian’s paradise and features many historic buildings as well as great shopping. Polygone …
Carcassonne, the famed medieval walled city, is a popular destination with tourists the world over. It can be said that the modern Carcassonne area is divided into two distinct parts – the world-renowned walled city, and the slightly more ‘modern’ town. To call the non-walled city of Carcassonne ‘modern’ is a slight …
Nîmes (pronounced "neem") is a distinctly French town which has managed to preserve many ancient Roman structures, creating a unique blend of cafe culture and ancient history. Nîmes is very well connected and is located in the south of France, with many high speed trains connecting it to Paris and the French Riviera …
A small, charming town on the banks of the Mediterranean, Sète is a great place to go if you want to relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of larger French cities. Sète is easily walkable, although there are reliable buses from the railway station to the centre of town. However, be wary if arriving after 7 pm …