The Corum ©OTC-Montpellier FranceAddress

Le Corum

Esplanade Charles De Gaulle
34000 Montpellier
Phone : +33 0(4) 67 61 67 61

SAT Nav: 43.614226,3.882576

Monptellier Tourism Office


Corum plan

Getting to the Corum by car

Montpellier is served by the motorways A9/ A709 and A75. East Exit (29)

Follow signs for Montpellier – Centre Historique – Le Corum

Underground car park (charge): 2 entrances – 500 spaces – Know more

Set-down on the west side near the bus stops

Pedestrian access

Office entrance via Esplanade Charles de Gaulle – south side

Level 0 entrance: west side by the bus stop/access via Crowne Plaza

Level 1 entrance: east side

Getting to the Corum by tram

Lines 1 – 2 – 4 – Le Corum stop

See timetables and plans

From St-Roch TGV station

Tram lines 2 and 4 (2 stops)

10 minutes’ walk

Getting to the Corum from the airport

Montpellier is directly accessible from Paris (1h10), London (1h45) and Amsterdam (1h55). Montpellier Méditerranée Airport provides 24 regular flights to 22 and 12 destinations in France.

The Montpellier International Airport is just 8 km from the city center, with easy access by a regular shuttle service.

Airport shuttle
Line 120 – get off at the ‘Place de l’Europe’

Taxi call kiosk at airport
Tel.: +33 (0)4 67 20 65 29

More information

Access map

Nice to know
Opening/closing hours, public holidays, currency, areas codes for France, Emergency phone numbers, advice for a trouble-free stay…

The French Riviera benefits from a Mediterranean-type climate, characterized by exceptional sunshine almost 300 days a year and mild temperatures for most of the year.

Opening hours:
Shops are usually open from 9 am to 7 pm from Monday to Saturday.
Department stores may stay open until 9 pm.
Banks are open from 8.30 to 12 noon and 2 to 4.30 pm, Monday to Friday, with some branches opening on Saturday mornings and during lunch time.

Credit cards are accepted in many shops, hotels and restaurants.
For cash, you will find ATMs on just about every street corner (24 hours a day). Bank branches, exchange bureaux and some post offices handle currency exchange transactions and traveller’s cheques. Whatever you are buying, prices are net (VAT included).

Emergency phone numbers:
Dial the following numbers (toll-free)
SAMU (medical emergencies): 15
Police emergency: 17
Fire-brigade: 18
European emergency call: 112

To call France in France: 0 + area number + number
To call France from abroad: 00 + 33 + number
To call abroad: 00 + country exchange number + number

Electric standards:
220 Volts – 380 Volts / 50 Hertz

A few tips for a pleasant trouble-free holiday:

– You are strongly recommended to respect smoking/no smoking signs in public places.
– A service charge is included in the price of each item on the menu in any cafe or restaurant as required by French law. In theory, no further tipping is expected.
– If you are driving, park only where authorised and respect speed limits on highways and motorways. France extensively uses radars to detect speeding and take pictures of the cars. Police will send the ticket to the rental car company that will forward the bill to the driver.