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Where to pick up your car
The most popular car hire location in Nimes is Nimes Train Station.
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Nimes are Europcar, Sixt, Thrifty, Alamo and Avis.
Warmest month: July (24°C).
Coldest month: January (7°C).
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Hire a car in Nimes
A city of inescapable excitement, Nimes balances itself between the past and the future.
One of Europe’s oldest cities, “the Rome of France”, gracefully and proudly wears the passing of time. The city is home to one of the best preserved Roman arenas in the world and an outstanding Roman temple. Besides its ancient relics, Nimes’ also impresses with modern glass-cladded buildings, like its striking contemporary art museum.
Basking beneath France’s southern sun, the city carries Spanish undertones, which shows through in its illustrious festivals. And as with any vacation in Provence, breaking out on a road trip is a must. From Nimes, you can escape to the coast or drive through traditional countryside villages, taking in the French atmosphere as you go.
Sights to see
This lively French city is blessed with fascinating historic treats and an enchanting traditional atmosphere. With some wonderful architecture, excellent restaurants and many vibrant bars, Nimes is a great place for a short visit or even a longer stay.
Things to do in Nimes
Steeped in over 2000 years of history, Nimes is an interesting place to explore. With some of the world's best examples of Roman architecture including ancient amphitheatres and a wonderful temple, there's plenty to see for lovers of ancient history. For a memorable cultural experience, head to the Musee des Beaux-Arts. The city's largest museum, it contains French artwork from the last four hundred years, as well as a collection of Italian, Dutch and Flemish pieces. With both Spanish and French influences, Nimes has a unique and vibrant atmosphere. A large student population gives the centre a lively and youthful feel. The bars fill up in the evenings with people looking to chat, laugh and even dance some flamenco! The city looks out on the picturesque area of Cevennes, a mountainous region of stunning natural beauty. There's as much to explore around the city as there is inside!
Nimes: Discover more
Rent a car in Nimes and you can discover the stunning surrounding area at your own pace. Languedoc is a diverse and fascinating region of France, with activities for all tastes. Whether you are looking for rock climbing or sunbathing, this sumptuous area of Southern France has something for everyone.