Nîmes, little French Rome: between discoveries and the art of living
Nîmes, located less than half an hour from the hotel, because of its Roman architectural heritage, is a must-see during your stay:
To do: Stroll in the cobbled streets, look for the Roman remains, taste a gardianne on the place du crocodile, walk the canal to the Jardin de la Fontaine and the Tour Magne, admire the Maison Carrée and the famous Arenas, the best buildings preserved from the ancient world.
To enhance your visit, several museums await you, including the brand new Musée de la Romanité.
Don't forget: Why not plan your stay during the Pentecost or Harvest Feria? A unique event to experience between bodégas, paellas and various festivities.
❖ Nîmes: A city with many facets, Nîmes reveals a rich personality, the fruit of its varied origins: sometimes Roman, Hispanic, Camargue, Cévennes, Languedoc and Provençal. If it is certainly traditional and historical with its 2000 years of Roman history, it is nonetheless contemporary and dynamic, well anchored in its time ...