Holiday Inn Petite Camargue

Parc Hotelier Ville Active, Nimes, Languedoc-Roussillon, 30900, France
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Forum Posts

Nimes airport to Nimes TGV station

by cmcparland

Hi,

I need to get from Nimes airport to Nimes TGV station on a sunday, does the shuttle bus from the airport pass the station?

Thanks for your help!!

Re: Nimes airport to Nimes TGV station

by ATLC

Yes, it does. The stop is called Feuchères (Gare). Gare = station.
Here's a map and a schedule:

http://france-for-visitors.com/france-maps/languedoc/nimes-map.html
http://www.nimes.aeroport.fr/presentation/index.asp?rub_code=8&thm_id=55&gpl_id=

Travel Tips for Nîmes

A little gem

by Julie1and2

Nimes is a little gem. It's small, lively, and incredibly picturesque. In the center of town is Les Arenes - a first-century Roman arena that still stands and actually serves as a venue for concerts and events. (Dido was playing when I was there!) The people are incredibly friendly and it's easy to get from Nimes to many other quaint towns and cities in the south of France. In the summertime, every Thursday night is "Jeudi a Nimes" in which the town comes alive with street performances, local merchants, and live music. I looked forward to this and missed it when I went home.

Around Nîmes, you've got LOT...

by Catane

Around Nîmes, you've got LOT of wonderful place to see... Don't plan to come in Nîmes without visiting the surroundings !!! It's so beautiful...

Here a pic from a place called 'La Mer de rochers' (the rocks' sea), next to a small village named 'Sauve'. After half an hour of walking, you could see blue rocks all around you, mixed with the colours of green nature, it's incredible !

Roman Temple

by antistar

The exceptionally well preserved Roman temple, or Maison Carree, is another unmissable Nimes landmark. While not dominating the city quite as much as the Arenes, the temple is about a century older, and one of the best examples of Roman architecture in the world. Entrance to the temple is free, although being as it is quite small, there's not a great deal to see inside, although still fascinating for anyone who loves history.

To get there, just walk up Bd Victor Hugo from the Arenes amphitheatre, and you will see it on your right.

Tour Magne

by leics

It's well worth making the trek up the hill (Mont Cavalier) from Les Jardins de la Fontaine to the Tour Magne.

It's a huge octagonal construction, built by the Romans around an existing Gallo-Roman tower (nothing now remains of this) and still standing 32m high even though a third storey no longer exists.

A 70m ramp once led to the base of the ramparts, although little of this remains.

In the 17th century rumours of treasure inside (thanks to one of Nostrodamus' prophesies) led to the complete destruction of the pre-existing tower, and almost led to the destruction of the Tour Magne itself. Fortunately, it was re-stabilised.

You can climb the tower using the concrete spiral staircase inside (not good for thse with vertigo). It leads to a modern platform, and fantastic views of Nimes and the surrounding countryside.

Pont du Gard

by davidtahd

"Pont du Gard"

The Pont du Gard is a Roman AquaDuct that is located 25 kilometers from Nîmes, France and close to Avignon, France as well.

http://www.gard-provencal.com/an/sites/pontgard.htm

The Pont du Gard was Inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1985 and is visited by more than 1,250,000 tourists every year.

The bridge is part of the Roman AquaDuct built around the year 50 AD to transport water from the Eure spring near Uzès to Nîmes, a distance of over 30 miles or 50 kilometers.

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Address: Parc Hotelier Ville Active, Nimes, Languedoc-Roussillon, 30900, France