Open Hours: Mass: 11:30a, 6:30p M-F, 6p Sa (Oct-May), 6:30p Sa (Jun-Sep), 8:30a, 10:30a Su
The first church bearing this name was built at the end of the 19th Century and served as the chapel of the Orphanage Dom ... More
Eglise Don Bosco
The first church bearing this name was built at the end of the 19th Century and served as the chapel of the Orphanage Dom Bosco until 1941. The parish church was subsequently demolished in 1986 and replaced by the current modern building during the construction of the new quarter of Antigone. Built in the same colored concrete that characterizes the whole of the district, a simple cross and bell mark the entrance to the church. In contrast to the solid, monotone exterior, the church interior is dominated by the swirling colors of stained glass windows.
Situated between the train station, the historic city center and the Polygone shopping center, this immense, pedestrianized square is the
heart and soul of Montpellier. Deriving its name from the first theater built in the 18th Century on the ...
Just behind the busy Avenue Foch, this tranquil square was not always so calm. It was once the site where
protestant canons fired on the Cathedral. The adjacent 18th century Hôtel de Belleval was once the Hôtel de la ...
The main tourist office is found on the edge of the Place de la Comedie facing the Polygon. There are
free guides and maps of the city as well as a Bureau de Change and a service to help ...