Things To Do in Nimes & Garons Airport Layover Ideas
Things to do in Nimes if you have a Garons Airport Layover or Extended Garons Airport Stopover
If you have an extended layover at the Garons Airport or staying in town, why not consider getting out with some fun activities? We list a few here and there are many more on Nimes.LayoverIdeas.com
USD 34.93<p>Roll through the charming sights of this south of France city on a fun Segway tour of Nîmes. On your choice of a 1, 1:30 or a 2-hour tour ride an electric scooter past highlights of the fantastic Gallo-Roman town, including Arènes Nîmoises (the most conserved arenas in the world), the old city with his authentic shops, the Roman Maison Carré and the modern Carré d'Art. Enjoy the relaxing Jardin de la Fontaine and learn about Nîmes's rich heritage from your expert guide.</p>
<p>For a more personalized experience this visit is limited to a small group.</p>... Read More
USD 41.92You will get the best solution to get the internet throughout your trip in France, with the rental of a personal WiFi hotspot, also called 'Pocket WiFi' or 'MiFi'! You book it before your trip and receive it at your hotel or rental flat everywhere in France. At the end of your rental, you simply return it with the prepaid envelope included.<br><br>The easiest and cheapest way to get on the internet here in Nimes. Avoid the frustration of hotel WiFi that is slow and often doesn't work, forget about loosing your contacts and the limits of a French sim card: you own a personal and password protected unit, with unlimited and shareable data.... Read More
Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
Priced From: USD 69.87
In this half-day small group tour, visit the one of the largest and most well preserved Roman aqueduct: Pont du Gard. Visit the charming medieval village of Les Baux de Provence where you will enjoy some free time on your own to explore further, have a drink or do some local shopping. Your guide will take you to Les Antiques (Roman Triumph Arch and Mausoleum), Saint Rémy de Provence for a photo stop.
Duration: 5 hours 30 minutes
Priced From: USD 69.87
In this small group half-day tour, you will discover the beautiful countryside of the Luberon Valley with its hilltop villages and lavender fields.Visit Roussillon with its typical ochre houses, then the hilltop village of Gordes. Go to the Lavender museum to learn about this emblematic flower and from mid-June to mid-July, stop to take a picture at the Senanque Abbey and its coloful lavender fields.
Duration: 10 hours
Priced From: USD 116.45
In this small-group full day tour, enjoy a beautiful day in the Provence countryside, from the local market to the lavender fields and the charming villages. Visit the village of Sault of Roussillon and their open-air market, then continue to the hilltop village of Gordes. In mid-June to mid-July, stop at the Senanque Abbey and take wonderful picture of the lavender fields. Visit the Lavender museum and learn everything about the emblematic Provence flower.
Duration: 10 hours
Priced From: USD 128.09
<p>In this small-group full day tour, you will discover some of the most beautiful highlights Provence has to offer, starting from Arles. Discover many beautiful villages in the region, such as Saint Remy de Provence, Les Baux de Provence, Roussillon, Gordes. This tour also includes the visit at the Lavender Museum and a stop to admire the ancient Roman aqueduct, the Pont du Gard.</p>
Duration: 2 hours
Priced From: USD 168.85
Nîmes is a very famous city of the Southern France. It is considered as a city where the Roman architecture is the best preserved in France. During the tour you can admire the old Roman amphitheater that was the place where gladiators used to fight. The 'square house' or Roman Temple is also a vestige from this brilliant past. Nîmes is also known to be a place where Religion Wars that divided Protestants and Catholics took place.
Duration: 4 hours 18 minutes
Priced From: USD 436.68
In this half-day private tour from Arles, see the highlights of the Alpilles mountains. Visit two charming villages: Les Baux de Provence with its Romanesque church, museum of Santons, typical 16th century houses, and Saint Remy de Provence with its Antiques: Triumphal Arch and Mausoleum as well as the sites painted by Van Gogh when he stayed in the village for one year.
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