Montpellier Street Art Tour

Discover Montpellier street art with us !


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Prix - Marseille tours - visit marseille old town during our marseille free walking tour

10€ – for a great tour about the street art in Montpellier


Calendar - when to visit marseille old town - marseille tours - what to do in marseille

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Even if it rains !


How long lasts the marseille free walking tour - visit marseille old town and marseille monuments

About 2 hours


English marseille free tours - visit marseille old port and monuments

In English

(for tours in spanish, change language)


Yout guide will be waiting for you at the meeting point for the marseille free walking tour

Look for the light blue umbrella at La Poste Rondelet


de la Comédie square

  Our meeting point !

Place Jean Jaurès

  Jean Jaurès square

Eglise st Anne

  St. Anne church

Arc de triomphe Montpellier

  Arc de triomphe

Place de Peyrou Montpellier

  Place de Peyrou

Jardin des plantes Montpellier

  Jardin des plantes

Faculté de Médecine Montpellier-Nîmes : Bâtiment Historique

  Faculté de Médecine Montpellier-Nîmes

Cathédrale St. Pierre

  St. Pierre cathedral

Why to join our Street Art tour in Montpellier ?

The course allows a progressive immersion in history street art and its impact on the local scene. He starts on the forecourt of the round post office to end in the neighborhood
Mediterranean epicenter of street art in the city.

  • Poste Rondelet (huge facades of Zest and Mist)
  • Trompe l’oeil by Clémenceau (2006)
  • Trompe l’oeil of the Jeu de Paume (2006)
  • Saint Roch district (Sunra /Mr BMX /Crying Sailor/Space
    invade etc.)
  • Place de la Comédie ( View over the roofs of the city. Jonny Style / Zoka)
  • Rockstore (Red Cadillac)
  • Mediterranean Quarter (Association Line-up/Al etc.)


Montpellier, a vibrant city located in the south of France, is renowned for its thriving street art scene. The city’s streets are adorned with an array of captivating and thought-provoking artworks that showcase the creativity and talent of local and international artists. Montpellier’s street art scene has become a prominent aspect of the city’s cultural identity, attracting art enthusiasts and tourists alike.

Walking through the streets of Montpellier, one cannot help but be captivated by the colorful murals, intricate stencils, and striking graffiti that adorn the walls. From the historic old town to the contemporary neighborhoods, street art can be found in every corner of the city. Artists have transformed once dull and neglected spaces into vibrant outdoor galleries, breathing life into the urban landscape.

The themes depicted in Montpellier’s street art range from political statements to social commentary, from abstract compositions to pop culture references. Each piece tells a unique story and evokes a range of emotions. The artists’ use of various techniques and styles adds depth and diversity to the art scene, ensuring that there is something to appeal to every taste.

One of the remarkable aspects of Montpellier’s street art is its ever-changing nature. Artists continually create new pieces, while others are painted over or fade away with time. This constant evolution keeps the city’s streets dynamic and ensures that there is always something new to discover.

Montpellier’s commitment to supporting and promoting street art is evident through initiatives such as festivals, exhibitions, and guided tours. These efforts not only provide exposure for local artists but also foster a sense of community engagement and cultural appreciation.

In conclusion, Montpellier’s street art is a testament to the city’s creative spirit. It adds vibrancy, beauty, and thought-provoking messages to the urban landscape, making a stroll through its streets an artistic journey of discovery.


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