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Departure Wed, 23 Oct Return Thu, 24 Oct
BRU Brussels
MRS Marseille
return from £247
Departure Wed, 23 Oct Return Thu, 24 Oct
CRL Brussels
MRS Marseille
return from £49
Departure Tue, 29 Oct Return Thu, 31 Oct
BRU Brussels
MPL Montpellier
return from £422
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Currency and price comparison
Exchange rate
1.00 GBP = 1.15 EUR
British Pound Sterling Euro
1 EUR = 0.88 GBP
Last checked on 23 October 2019
Train
Local, one-way ticket
24%

Trains in Montpellier are 24% cheaper than in Brussels.

Brussels
£1.81
Montpellier
£1.38
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
20%

A meal in Montpellier is 20% cheaper than a meal in Brussels.

Brussels
£12.91
Montpellier
£10.33
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
26%

Taxis are 26% more expensive in Montpellier than in Brussels.

Brussels
£2.32
Montpellier
£2.93
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
11%

Coffee in Montpellier is 11% cheaper than in Brussels.

Brussels
£2.63
Montpellier
£2.35
( Brussels airports
  • ? Brussels National (BRU)
    How far from city centre: 7 miles
  • ? Brussels S Charleroi (CRL)
    How far from city centre: 30 miles
  • ? Lesquin (LIL)
    How far from city centre: 58 miles
) Montpellier airports
  • ? Marseille-Provence (MRS)
    How far from city centre: 68 miles
  • ? Montpellier Mediterranee (MPL)
    How far from city centre: 5 miles
L Distance: 501 miles

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Useful information for the flight from Brussels to Montpellier

How long is the flight from Brussels to Montpellier?

A direct flight from Brussels to Montpellier takes 1 hour and 40 minutes. However, some special deals on airfares involve 1-2 stops, changing the flight paths and flight duration from under 2 hours to 7-8 hours.

What are the most common stopovers?

The most common stopovers for flights from Brussels to Montpellier are Barcelona El Prat, Amsterdam Schiphol, and Paris Charles de Gaulle airports.

What documentation do I need to fly to Montpellier from Brussels?

Nationals of the European Union (EU) do not need a visa to enter Montpellier in France. British nationals, although part of the EU, need to present a valid passport upon entry because the UK is not a signatory of the Schengen Agreement.

Is there a time change from Brussels to Montpellier?

There is no time difference between Brussels and Montpellier. Both cities are on Central European Time (CET).

Which airlines fly from Brussels to Montpellier

There are several airlines that offer departures from Brussels to Montpellier:

  • Ryanair, an Irish budget airline with main offices in Dublin.
  • Vueling, Spanish low-cost airline headquartered in Barcelona.
  • Air France, the national airline of France.
  • KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, flag carrier of the Netherlands.

How to find cheap flights from Brussels to Montpellier

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When are the best times to fly from Brussels to Montpellier?

  • April-June is a good period to visit Montpellier when the weather is pleasant and dry ideal for strolls on the beach and sightseeing.
  • July, August, September are the hottest months and people head to the developed beaches of the city to relax, sunbathe, or swim.
  • November is the cheapest time to go to Montpellier when there are fewer crowds in the museums, restaurants, and beaches.

Airports in Brussels

Brussels has two airports that offer flights to Montpellier: Brussels Zaventem Airport (BRU) and Brussels Charleroi Airport (CRL).

Useful Information about Brussels Zaventem Airport

Brussels Zaventem Airport is 7 miles from the centre of Brussels.

How to get to the airport:

  • By train – usually 17min from Brussels Central, Midi or North stations.
  • By taxi – 30min or more depending on the traffic.
  • By bus – De Lijn 272/ 471 from the North Station and STIB line 12 from Schuman or Luxembourg stations.

Services: unlimited free Wi-Fi, lounges, shops, restaurants, chemist, drinking fountains, meditation and prayer rooms, and ATM.

Useful Information about Brussels Charleroi Airport

Brussels Charleroi Airport is about 34 miles from central Brussels.

How to get to the airport:

  • By train – from any Brussels train station to Charleroi-South Station, then a bus transfer. The price of the ticket includes the train and bus transfers.
  • By taxi – about 1 hour.
  • By bus – Flibco buses and Brussels City Shuttle Buses from Gare du Midi. The latter service offers departures every 30min.

Services: free Wi-Fi, bars and restaurants, shops, currency exchange, luggage storage, ATM, and car rental.

Airports in Montpellier

Flights from Brussels arrive at Montpellier-Mediterranee Airport (MPL).

Useful Information about Montpellier-Mediterranee Airport

The airport is in Mauguio, about 4.3 miles from the centre of Montpellier.

How to get to Montpellier city:

  • By taxi – around 10-15min.
  • By shuttle – at least 15min if you take the Montpellier Airport Shuttle line 20 to the city. Get off at Place de l’Europe.
  • By car – use D66 and D172/D66 motorways. Travel time is estimated between 17-20 minutes.

Services: free unlimited Wi-Fi, lounges, shops, snack bars and brasserie, business centre, baby care facilities, and ATM.

What to do and visit in Montpellier

  • Hang out at a café on Place de la Comédie.
  • Visit Cathedrale St Pierre, the city’s most important Gothic edifice.
  • Go to the beach, rent a bicycle, or stroll along the shore.
  • Admire the art works at Musée Fabre.
  • Bring the family to Montpellier Zoo to see all sorts of animals from lions to colourful frogs.
  • Wander around the Old Town, shop for souvenirs, or taste some macaroons.
  • Relax at the Jardin des Plantes, a botanical garden.
  • Treat kids to interactive displays at Planet Ocean Montpellier.
  • Stop by at Porte du Peyrou, a historic arch built in 1692.
  • Get in a boat, fish, or explore the river Lez in the department of Herault.
  • See the modern photography exhibitions at the Pavillon Populaire.
  • Visit La Tour de la Babotte, a 12th-century tower and observatory.
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