Make your visit Nîmes the best by visiting the following places

Nimes Arena aerial panoramic view. Nimes is a city in the Occitanie region of southern France

I have a holiday home in Nîmes and the house painter who did the work advised me the most beautiful places to see in this city.

Nimes is a small city in southern France

This city has a history at the time of the Roman Empire. This city offers a glimpse of the past and the present with many statues and antiquities dating from Roman times. This city is the best tourist destination, and tourists from all over the world travel and come here to enjoy its beauty.

The beauty and simplicity center

Nimes, natural relaxation is the beauty of simplicity. It became the most popular destination on Eurostar after Paris. One can explore the history of the Roman Empire because it is a well-known Roman habitat. Nîmes is in the spotlight for denim, textiles, and blue jeans. It has developed a good transportation system in the last few years.

Nîmes for Eurostar

Thanks to Eurostar for making this destination accessible by train and making the journey easy, enjoyable, and comfortable. Now the high-speed rail network system is impressive, and many tourists come from London via Eurostar. If you expected to go to Nimes with Eurostar, you don’t have to worry about the train journey to Nimes. Take the Eurostar train from London to Paris, then take Paris to Nimes for the rest of your trip with a free hidden ticket.

Attractive Nîmes

Nimes is a lively city with historical buildings and natural beauty. You can visit many places to discover your trip. Picturesque sites, churches, museums, and bars are places where one can have a lot of fun. Who loves historical monuments and works of art loves to come to this place. Exploring Nîmes on foot or by quad is an excellent option. The list of the best sites is as follows:

Roman Coliseum:

Inside Roman Coliseum

This amphitheater was built during Roman times and was mainly used for general activities. This building was built around the first or second century AD. Today, this amphitheater is used for bullfighting events and concerts. Another impressive structure is Maison Carree, a small Roman temple dedicated to the people of Agrippa around the year 19 a. C. It is well preserved to the same degree, and to this day, you can see a short movie about Nîmes’s story. Another place that can be seen in Nimes is the Pont du Gard, a Roman canal that was also built by Agrippa.

Maison Carre:

Maison Carre

It is a small Roman square that was a place of worship in ancient times. This is the best and well preserved Roman temples to date. Visitors can watch a short movie here that tells about Nîmes’s story.

The medieval cathedral building:

The Medieval Cathedral

The old city is worth visiting, with many narrow, winding streets dotted along the main boulevards. The medieval cathedral building is partially Romanesque and partially Gothic. If you go to the cathedral, ensure that you take note of the beautiful houses in the city.

Mont Cavalier:

If you have the chance, visit the nearby Mount Cavalier, which is crowned by a ruined Roman tower known as the “Great Tower.” Nîmes is famous for its textiles. The denim fabric loved by jeans everywhere takes its name from this city.

Jardin de la Fontaine:

Beautiful Garden : Jardin de la Fontaine

It is a park with a series of fountains located around the ancient Roman remains of heat.


Nîmes was making unremitting efforts for modernization, reflected in welds such as Norman Foster Carre Dar, the 1986 Museum of Contemporary Art. Other notable buildings include Kisho Kurokawa, which is a semicircle building designed to reflect the amphitheater. The beautiful vacation home and new sports stadium is modern and surprising.

Thanks to MS Peinture for these recommendations, I advise you to go through Nîmes if you have the opportunity there are real treasures, relics of the Roman era to visit.…