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Top 10 best terraces in Montpellier

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Top 10 best terraces in Montpellier

Top 10 best terraces in Montpellier
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The most relaxing: The Place de la Canourgue The trophy of the most pleasant square of the city is attributed to ... the place of the Canourgue. "This is the only place in the city where you hear the cicadas sing," says a cafe. And that's true. Here, to the sound of cicadas, sheltered from hackberries, near the fountain of Unicorns, every day, dozens of regulars come to sip and drink a coffee, reading their newspaper. Here, in a 17th century mansion, the town hall was housed from 1816 to 1975.
Place de la Canourgue
The most relaxing: The Place de la Canourgue The trophy of the most pleasant square of the city is attributed to ... the place of the Canourgue. "This is the only place in the city where you hear the cicadas sing," says a cafe. And that's true. Here, to the sound of cicadas, sheltered from hackberries, near the fountain of Unicorns, every day, dozens of regulars come to sip and drink a coffee, reading their newspaper. Here, in a 17th century mansion, the town hall was housed from 1816 to 1975.
Any good nocturnal Montpellier cannot spend an evening Without a detour in the Saint-Roch district, in the street Plan d'Agde. On this very small village-style square, the terraces of the Saint-Roch, Bouchon Saint-Roch, Bar à vendre or Bee-Hive coexist in joy. Wine, beer, pastis ... There will be for everyone: everyone has his specialty.
Rue du Plan d'Agde
Any good nocturnal Montpellier cannot spend an evening Without a detour in the Saint-Roch district, in the street Plan d'Agde. On this very small village-style square, the terraces of the Saint-Roch, Bouchon Saint-Roch, Bar à vendre or Bee-Hive coexist in joy. Wine, beer, pastis ... There will be for everyone: everyone has his specialty.
Near the Ecusson, near the rue de l'Université, but far from the hustle and bustle of the Place de la Comedie, Place Candolle is the ideal place to relax. "Customers often feel like they are in a little village square, far from car horns," smiles a Black Cat waitress, who shares the clientele with The Triskell and The Terrace. And it is not rare that, from time to time, amateur musicians release their guitars or tom-toms for a small improvised concert ... Ideal, also, for a romantic rendezvous ...
Rue de Candolle
Near the Ecusson, near the rue de l'Université, but far from the hustle and bustle of the Place de la Comedie, Place Candolle is the ideal place to relax. "Customers often feel like they are in a little village square, far from car horns," smiles a Black Cat waitress, who shares the clientele with The Triskell and The Terrace. And it is not rare that, from time to time, amateur musicians release their guitars or tom-toms for a small improvised concert ... Ideal, also, for a romantic rendezvous ...
Here, you sip your aperitif in the cool, in the shade of trees. Near Foch Avenue and the Arc de Triomphe, the little square on Rue Rebuffy seduces for its intimacy away from the noisy Place de la Comédie. The Rebuffy bar, institution Montpellier, and the Foch, welcome customers, partly student.
Rue Rebuffy
Here, you sip your aperitif in the cool, in the shade of trees. Near Foch Avenue and the Arc de Triomphe, the little square on Rue Rebuffy seduces for its intimacy away from the noisy Place de la Comédie. The Rebuffy bar, institution Montpellier, and the Foch, welcome customers, partly student.
The place Jean-Jaurès, it is the place inevitable of the evenings of Montpellier. Here, every night, we party until 2 am (in summer). But the place is also very nice for a drink during the day, between shade and sun. The square was erected in place of the old church Notre-Dame-des-Tables, demolished in 1794. It remains a crypt, under the feet of the party animals, which remains, for the moment, closed to the public. Around the statue of Jean Jaurès, the historic Café Joseph, the Petit Nice or the Tire-Bouchon share the clientele, very student
Place Jean Jaurès
The place Jean-Jaurès, it is the place inevitable of the evenings of Montpellier. Here, every night, we party until 2 am (in summer). But the place is also very nice for a drink during the day, between shade and sun. The square was erected in place of the old church Notre-Dame-des-Tables, demolished in 1794. It remains a crypt, under the feet of the party animals, which remains, for the moment, closed to the public. Around the statue of Jean Jaurès, the historic Café Joseph, the Petit Nice or the Tire-Bouchon share the clientele, very student
Unusual, but very pleasant, the terraces of the Place Sainte-Anne, at the foot of the church of the same name, built in the nineteenth century, are a must for a drink in Montpellier. Bistro Saint-Anne or the Irish Pub O'Carolans benefit from this relaxing place, sheltered from the buildings. This is where the Conservatory of Music, or the Carré Sainte-Anne, which offers free exhibitions all year round, is home.
Place Sainte-Anne
Unusual, but very pleasant, the terraces of the Place Sainte-Anne, at the foot of the church of the same name, built in the nineteenth century, are a must for a drink in Montpellier. Bistro Saint-Anne or the Irish Pub O'Carolans benefit from this relaxing place, sheltered from the buildings. This is where the Conservatory of Music, or the Carré Sainte-Anne, which offers free exhibitions all year round, is home.
Often presented as "a village in the city", the Beaux-Arts district lives to the rhythm of its place, which is constantly renewed, welcoming the market, garage sales, musical evenings ... Here, around the truck of the The inevitable pizza-maker At Alain, the Café des Arts, the Super Stars, the Spot or the Song of Souls welcome guests, with a tendency for the "bohemian bourgeois". A very nice place, between shadow and sun. We regret, however, the uncontrolled parking of cars, which spoils the landscape a little, and garbage cans that spill over from morning to night ...
Place des Beaux Arts
Often presented as "a village in the city", the Beaux-Arts district lives to the rhythm of its place, which is constantly renewed, welcoming the market, garage sales, musical evenings ... Here, around the truck of the The inevitable pizza-maker At Alain, the Café des Arts, the Super Stars, the Spot or the Song of Souls welcome guests, with a tendency for the "bohemian bourgeois". A very nice place, between shadow and sun. We regret, however, the uncontrolled parking of cars, which spoils the landscape a little, and garbage cans that spill over from morning to night ...
Certainly, on the side of the terraces, it is often the gas plant. But the Place de la Comédie remains one of the most beautiful squares in Europe, and sipping a drink while watching people go by is always a must. This is the center of gravity of the city: we meet on the Com 'for work, to leave in the evening or for a date in love ... But the place has not always been pedestrian: before 1986, then nicknamed the "egg place", it was open to traffic. Otherwise, have a drink on the Esplanade Charles-de-Gaulle, a few steps away, it's not bad either ...
Place de la Comédie
Certainly, on the side of the terraces, it is often the gas plant. But the Place de la Comédie remains one of the most beautiful squares in Europe, and sipping a drink while watching people go by is always a must. This is the center of gravity of the city: we meet on the Com 'for work, to leave in the evening or for a date in love ... But the place has not always been pedestrian: before 1986, then nicknamed the "egg place", it was open to traffic. Otherwise, have a drink on the Esplanade Charles-de-Gaulle, a few steps away, it's not bad either ...
The Babote tower, wedged between the Place de la Comédie and the Laissac halls, it is little known to Montpellier. And yet, it is home to some of the most pleasant and shady terraces in the city: Il Mercato and Art Mango share the clientele. Completed in 1745, the Babote was first an astronomical observatory ... The legend says that in 1783, Sebastien Lenormand, inventor of the parachute, would have tested his invention by darting from the tower ...
Boulevard du Jeu de Paume
The Babote tower, wedged between the Place de la Comédie and the Laissac halls, it is little known to Montpellier. And yet, it is home to some of the most pleasant and shady terraces in the city: Il Mercato and Art Mango share the clientele. Completed in 1745, the Babote was first an astronomical observatory ... The legend says that in 1783, Sebastien Lenormand, inventor of the parachute, would have tested his invention by darting from the tower ...
The Flower Market Square in the Prefecture Square, with its fountain adorned with a sculpture by the Catalan artist Ochoa, is one of the most popular places in the city for a drink. Here, the Café de la Mer, gay-friendly institution of the city, the Baron Rouge, the Boby Chéri or the Bistro Saleya are essential ... But for a flower market place, it lacks a few flowers, right?
Place du Marché aux Fleurs
The Flower Market Square in the Prefecture Square, with its fountain adorned with a sculpture by the Catalan artist Ochoa, is one of the most popular places in the city for a drink. Here, the Café de la Mer, gay-friendly institution of the city, the Baron Rouge, the Boby Chéri or the Bistro Saleya are essential ... But for a flower market place, it lacks a few flowers, right?