Local & public transportation

City public transportations (TAM) include 2 tramay lines (both serving the central rail station) and 30 bus lines serving the centre and suburban zones.

A bicycle rental service (4h to several days) is also available from TAM. Except by car, this transportation mode is probably the most convenient to reach the seaside (12km from the city at closest).

Public transportations are operated by the urban district Montpellier Agglomeration. More info (maps, timetables, fares, bicycle rental) on TAM website (in french)

Walking. The oldest, historical inner center of the city (ca. 0.8km diameter) is dedicated to pedestrians – taxis are however allowed to reach the hotels located in this area.