The main train station, the Gare de Béziers, offers routes to several key destinations, both within the country and further afield, including Montpellier, Paris and Barcelona. The Béziers Cap d'Agde Airport connects with much of northern Europe while the A9 autoroute, between Italy and Spain, borders Beziers.
La Potiniere is a family run restaurant offering a unique twist on French cuisine, and one that comes highly recommended. Restaurant le P'tit Semard serves Mediterranean food and is located up a relatively small sidewalk in the town centre For while for something a little different, Me Gusta Tapas is a Spanish outlet with a nice outdoor area.
Taking place in mid-August, Feria celebrates bullfighting in the town and the festival includes street parties, which make it one of the annual highlights. Another extravagant event is that of the Caritats Medieval Festival which takes place over the 18-19th of May. With markets, parades and presentations, the town becomes awash with music, gastronomy and culture.
Many outside the area of Béziers fail to realise that the town is famed for bullfighting. Though Spain is usually the first country that springs to mind when talking about bullfighting, the first bullfights actually took place in Beziers in 1859. They are now held at a venue called Champ de Mars, though the first was held in a temporary arena.