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Lun 26 Fév 2018
Lun 26 Fév 2018

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One of Montpellier’s landmarks is the Corum

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The Berlioz opera house in Montpellier

Montpellier is a city offering all kinds of music and, in the Corum, it has a truly amazing cultural space. The Corum was set up in 1990 and designed by the architect Claude Vasconi in the historic centre of Montpellier, it has both the Palais des Congrès conference centre and the Berlioz opera house under one roof. The latter can accommodate two thousand people very comfortably indeed and offers a programme of opera, classical and contemporary music, as well as being one of the bases of the Orchestre National de Montpellier.

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The conference centre

Montpellier’s conference centre is the beating heart of the city centre and attracts many business events and seminars. As well as being easy to get to, the quality and variety of its facilities, its two auditoriums and 6200 m2 of exhibition space make this a superb place for groups of from fifty to two thousand people to meet up.

Shows at the Corum

With its three auditoriums offering different capacities, the venue opens its doors to a wide variety of different kinds of entertainment,
ranging from one-man shows to classical and modern theatre, from recitals to major festivals such as the “Festival Radio France”.

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The Royal Hôtel,
a short walk from the Corum

The Royal Hôtel is a short walk from the Corum so you can enjoy an evening out at a show or take part in a conference without having to worry about transportation and logistics. The hotel is central and looks right out onto both Saint-Roch TGV railway station and the Place de la Comédie. From there it’s easy to get to anywhere in Montpellier and the surrounding area (trams, buses, etc.), and for motorists, there are plenty of car parks available. The hotel’s guests are eligible for a special rate at the Comédie car park with a minimum of 48 hours (€33 and then €5 per extra day).

How to get
to the Montpellier Corum

Getting to the Corum is easy because there are three tram lines and a number of bus lines all of which stop right outside the building, plus Saint-Roch TGV railway station is only a ten-minute walk away. Finally, there is an underground car park so drivers can leave their cars within easy reach.

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