Ibis Nimes Ouest

268, Rue de l'Hostellerie, Parc Hotelier, Ville Active, Nîmes, Languedoc-Roussillon, 30900, France
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travel nimes to verargues

by leonsacha

Hello. I am going to be staying in verargues in august. I will be arriving at Nimes airport and departing from montpellier airport. I am trying to work out the best way of getting around the are without hiring a car. Is there are a train from Nimes airport to Lunel maybe? And a taxi or bus service from lunel to verargues. The villa information says there is a bus stop in verargues but it doesnt say where the buses go to. How can I find out about bus, train, and taxi travel in the region?

thanks very much


Re: travel nimes to verargues

by leics

There is no railway service to Nimes airport. You can take a shuttle to Nimes which will drop you at the station:


You can then get a train to Lunel; it only takes around 16 minutes, and departures are fairly frequent.


will give you train times, details and fares in French (but easy to work out). You do not need to buy tickets in advance.

You can find bus info/timetables from Lunel here:


You need route 107 for Veregues.

Re: travel nimes to verargues

by mpprh


I quite often pass Verargues on the way to Nimes !

By public transport :

1)Shuttle Nimes airport to Nimes station (shuttle meets every flight)

2)Nimes station to Lunel. About hourly, more mornings and afternoons

3)Lunel to Verargues. There is a bus service, but it is mainly a school service. The service is infrequent http://www.herault-transport.fr/fiche_horaire/161.pdf particularly at weekends and school holidays.
Best solution is to get a taxi from outside the station. Verargues is close and the taxi cost will be modest.


Travel Tips for Nîmes

Nimes in 24 hours

by Ludders

We loved that it was so easy to walk about the small lanes full of shops/ cafes. You can see the three main sites in about 2/3 hours then enjoy the french way of life. The shopping centre was great with local markets attached. The gardens are worthy of a visit, take a picnic its great and cheap. The amphitheatre is a must see as is the maison caree, see the contrast with the stanstead airport building accross the square. Friendly people and the lack of tourism. People were genuinly suprised to hear an English accent. The streets are clean and safe. the streets are paved with gold!, look for the citys emblem which is everywhere.

Rather nice fountain

by leics

This is a modern fountain, but really rather pleasant.

It may not look much in the photo, but the continual sound of falling water is very soothing.

Set in a little square of Rue Poissoniere, at the side of the cathedral, it is a series of cascades through which one can walk.

A nice place to have a rest on a hot day.

A funny thing happened on the way to the forum

by sourbugger

Roman remains form one of the main attractions of the city.

The Maison Carree was orginally built as part of the cult of emperor worship, and has been in use pretty much continually ever since. The small exhibition inside is free.

In a similar manner the arena is probably used more nowadays then it was when it was built. It's hosted amongst other things a Davis cup tie, various concerts (including a famous one by Pink Floyd), ice skating and bullfighting (but not at the same time unfortunately)

It too remains a very good example as it was converted into a fortress for many years with watchtowers being added.

It also became a suburb of the town for a long while with some 200 odd homes being built into the mid-section. This is why large chunks of it seem to be missing.

Good tour in English.

Eat lots of crepes

by Babzz

I know crepes are pretty common in France in general, but there seems to be an abundance of stands in Nimes where they're made fresh while you wait. They really are delicious! I had to refrain from having more than two a day...

Chillin' in Nimes

by stevengovaerts

Beautiful city in the south where they threat their monuments very respectfull. After the architectural hotspots you can chill out at a sweet parc just out of the center. Once i 've spend the Christmasdays there, i saw some Santa Clauses doing the capoeira...!


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