The city of Nîmes and its very famous arènes
Nîmes, a town in the South of France, located a few kilometers from the Mediterranean Sea and the Cevennes mountains, is on the Mediterranean arc between Marseille and Barcelona. Its geographical location provides it with an exceptional amount of sunshine for more than 300 days per year, which offers an incomparable lifestyle to its inhabitants. Located on the Via Domitia, the city has its origins in antiquity and has preserved over 2,000 years of history.
As such, it has been labeled a City of Art and History and is now a candidate to be listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Let us guide you in the heart of the old city which is full of architectural treasures such as the Maison Carrée, the Tour Magne or the very famous Arènes de Nîmes. These Roman monuments, by their majesty and their exceptional conservation, contribute to forge the identity of the city. In spite of its ancient roots, Nîmes has been able to adapt and remains very modern thanks to its numerous contemporary museums and the rich cultural life that takes place throughout the year.