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Visiting The Place de la Comédie Montpellier

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The Place de la Comédie is the main square and the heart of the city of Montpellier but it isn't located in the middle of the city. Instead, it is located in the south-west area of the city and is in the Herault department in France where most of the fortifications of the city are located. The Place de la Comédie is the place where the locals, both young and old, come to play and hang out. It gets crowder when the night deepens and you can enjoy your night in The Place de la Comédie.

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Enjoy the night in the The Place de la Comédie

Enjoy the night in the The Place de la Comédie

1. Opera Comédie

1. Opera Comédie

Opera Comédie is an opera house which was built in the 19th century and is the place where the Montpellier Occitania National Opera Orchestra perform their Baroque music to contemporary music. The opera house is still one of the largest Italian style theatre in France up until now and it can fit 1200 people sitting inside it. When you are in The Place de la Comédie, you are bound to stumble across this opera house so don't forget to take pictures.

2. Polygone Shopping Center

2. Polygone Shopping Center

Polygone shopping center is the shopping paradise for you if you want to go shopping in The Place de la Comédie area. You can find good bargains in this particular shopping center as it is bound to be cheaper here. It houses more than 120 shops in the area and has 3 floors so you won't get bored easily until you finish exploring all of these shops.

3. Rue de l'Aiguiillerie

3. Rue de l'Aiguiillerie

If you still want more shopping after visiting the Polygone shopping center, you can head to Rue de l'Aiguiillerie which is nearby and offers you more variety of shops you might want to visit. There are antique shops if you want to find antiques, shops selling souvenirs with bargain prices, and even a magic shop for you to visit if you are interested.

The Place de la Comédie Montpellier Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

There are no tickes needed to go to The Place de la Comédie as it is a square in the city where both locals and tourists hang around and just have fun with friends or family. You can just walk and enter the square for free.

How To Get Around?

You can get around The Place de la Comédie by walking while enjoying the vibe and the landscape. It is easy to get around the area as every place is mostly connected and within walking distance.

What Should I Wear?

There is no dress code required to visit The Place de la Comédie so you can wear anything you like and comfortable for you to wear.

The Place de la Comédie Montpellier Facts

Best Time to Visit

Best time to visit The Place de la Comédie would be at night when you can feel the vibe of the people talking with their loved ones, enjoy the live music while having your dinner, and feel the nice amosphere in The Place de la Comédie.

Currency

Euro

Will I Need a Guide?

'You won't need a guide to get around the place and you can just explore the square on your own. There are directions written to show you the way back to the main square and the station so you won't have to worry you are losing your way.

How To Get There?

You can go to The Place de la Comédie by car, taxi, or by tramway. If you are using the tram, you can board tram line 1 or 2 and stop at the Comédie stop.

Additional Info

If you want to know more about the places around The Place de la Comédie, you can visit the Montpellier Tourist Office to ask questions and advice for your visit. It is open everyday from 9.30am or 10am to 5pm or 6pm depending on the day.