In Montpellier’s historic city centre, called Écusson because of its shape, it is easy to get lost in the maze of old passages and narrow streets. The old town is traffic-calmed, so you can stroll past the elegant town houses, trendy shops and restaurants at your leisure.
Unlike many other cities in the south of France, Montpellier has no Gallo-Roman past. The city was only founded in the Middle Ages and was economically and culturally the second most important city in the whole of France in the 12th century.
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