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Getting to Montpellier


Montpellier has it all: medieval alleyways ideal for shopping, new districts combining natural spaces and buildings signed by the greatest architects, designer tramways signed by Christian Lacroix.
A land of the South, a city of heritage and contemporary treasures, Montpellier is a Mediterranean crossroads, a destination of character and exception. With its medieval origins, the city’s narrow streets, the Place de la Comédie, the Faculty of Medicine and the Place Royale du Peyrou attract visitors from all over the world. It’s also a modern metropolis, open to architecture, science, contemporary culture and leisure.

Montpellier also boasts many other assets.  An unspoilt region, with a variety of landscapes ranging from the sea (11km away) to vineyards and mountains. A typically Mediterranean way of life. Sun-drenched gastronomy and wines. Exceptional cultural and sporting events… Not to mention the thirty communes of Montpellier Méditerranée Métropole and the region’s must-see sites.

By train

  • Montpellier – ST ROCH TGV station 10 minutes from the Corum

  • Montpellier – SUD DE France TGV station 15 minutes from Corum by taxi/car

Travelling by train with your bike is possible!

Vélocité offers you a practical Vélo + Train guide (in French) to make your life easier by bike, when you arrive or leave Montpellier by train

By car

  • Freeway A9 and A709:  Exit n° 29 – Montpellier Est and leave the A709, continue on Avenue Pierre Mendès France, take Allée Henri II de Montmorency towards Allée de la Citadelle.
    10 minutes from the Corum
  • A75 freeway via Clermont-Ferrand: Take the A750 towards Av. de la Liberté/RD 65/D65 in Montpellier, take the exit towards Montpellier-Centre/Aéroport Fréjorgues and leave the N109, continue on Av. de la Liberté, then take Bd Jacques Fabre de Morlhon, Chem. de Moulares and Av. du Pirée towards All. de la Citadelle

    Calculate your itinerary to reach Montpellier with Mappy

Carpooling is a must

By plane

Montpellier- Méditerranée International Airport, 8 km from the Corum.

15 daily rotations with Paris: Charles de Gaulle (5), Orly-Ouest (10) >> 1h10 from Paris.
Shuttles every 15 minutes between the airport and the city center (20-minute journey).

For Corum, stop at “Ibis Frantour”.
Direct connections to Brest, Rennes, Nantes, Paris, Lille, Metz-Nancy, Strasbourg, Ajaccio, Bastia, Bordeaux, Clermont-Ferrand and Nice.

Tel. Montpellier Airport: 04 67 20 85 85 / Official website: