The flight between London and Montpellier is only flown directly by easyJet, with a direct flight normally taking around less than 2 hours. Flights which include a transfer are operated by other airlines, such as AirFrance (flying through Paris or Nantes), and British Airways (Lyon). A transfer flight can take between 4 and 12 hours, often costing more than a direct one. easyJet flies from both London Gatwick and London Luton. British Airways and AirFrance leave from either London City or Heathrow. All flights land at Montpellier's Méditerranée Airport.All departure airports can be reached by taxi, bus and train. Heathrow, can also be reached via the London Underground. Montpellier Méditerranée Airport is connected to the city centre by a shuttle bus which arrives at Place de l'Europe, only 15 minutes away.
To travel between London and Montpellier at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Montpellier flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Montpellier flights by departure date.
The main square, also known as l'Oeuf (the egg) due to its unique shape, is one of the largest open pedestrian areas in Europe; packed with traditional bistros, it is the vibrant heart of the city, with a beautiful statue of the Three Graces in the middle and an Opera House on its end. All in pure Neo-Classical style.2 Antigone District
It's worth walking through this district, just off the city centre. Designed by Catalan architect Ricardo Bofill, the building process started in 1977 and was only completed about a decade ago. Built in the Neo-Classical style, with many allusions to Ancient Greece, it offers beautiful sights, including the Esplanade de l'Europe and the Rives du Lez.3 French cuisine
What would a visit to France be without its fine food and wine. French food can be tried in its most traditional form in the many bistros on Place de la Comédie. In addition to this, Montpellier is a rather multicultural city, with opportunities to try French food blended with ethnic cuisines, including Moroccan and Algerian. The typical wine of the area is the Pic Saint-Loup (though many other varieties can be found).4 Esplanade du Peyrou
The royal square and its surrounding areas, designed in the 18th century, are quintessentially French. An esplanade with a panoramic view, a statue of Louis XIV, an Arc de Triomphe and a Roman aqueduct make this the most historical of places in the city.5 La Serre Amazonienne
Part of the city zoo, this greenhouse represents the Amazon environment, with artificial rainstorms occurring every two hours! It houses over 300 species. Great for people of all ages!