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Montpellier is easy to reach directly by plane from Paris (1h10), Rome (1h25), London (1h45) and Amsterdam (1h55). The Montpellier International Airport is just 8 min from the city center, with easy access on regular shuttle service.

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Direct domestic flights:

Ajaccio, Brest, Bordeaux, Lyon, Nantes, Paris, Strasbourg

Direct flights in Europe:

Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
Basel Mulhouse (Switzerland)
Charleroi (Belgium)
Copenhaguen (Denmark)
Dublin (Ireland)
Dusseldorf (Germany)
Frankfurt Hahn (Germany)
Leeds Bradford (United Kingdom)
London Gatwick (United Kingdom)
London Luton (United Kingdom)
Rome (Italy)
Rotterdam (The Netherlands)

Direct flights International:

Morocco (Casablanca, Fès, Marrakech, Nador, Tanger)
Algeria (Alger, Oran)


The train station and all other forms of transport (trams, bus, taxi) are all just a stone’s throw away from the city center! TGV, Thalys, Talgo and Eurostar are different trains with access right to the heart of Montpellier! If you fly to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport you can also take a high speed train directly from the airport that will get you in Montpellier city center, which is a nice and greener alternative to taking a connecting flight to Montpellier.

Indicative journey times:

From Paris 3h20,
Marseille 1h40,
Lyon 1h50,
Toulouse 1h55,
Nice 4h10,
Lille 5h00,
Bruxelles 5h40,
Barcelone 2h50

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Montpellier is served by A9 and A75 motorways.