The “Comédie” district gets its name from the square “Place de la Comédie,” home to the “opéra de la Comédie" (musical theatre). This central square is also called “place de l’oeuf” (egg square) due to its oval shape. In the middle, you will find the Fountain of the Three Graces: one of Montpellier’s most well-known meeting points which pays homage to the city’s iconic goddesses. With it being one of the largest pedestrian walkways in Europe, it’s a sight not to be missed! Here you can admire the beautiful 19th-century buildings, appreciate the street artists' works, or have a drink in one of the many terraces. Many public transport links are within the vicinity (buses, tram lines 1 and 2). This district is vivacious and dynamic, as it is also the cultural, economic, touristic, and administrative hub of the city.