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Nimes SNCF Railway Station

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Mo-Fr 0800-1830
Sa 0800-1730
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Address
4 Avenue de la Mediterrannee, 30000

Telephone: +33 (0) 4 66 76 25 91

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Hertz at Nimes - SNCF Railway Station

Nîmes is the capital of the Gard department, which is in the Languedoc-Roussillon region of southern France. It is one of the area's most popular destinations, and offers a number of sights and experiences for visitors to enjoy. Car hire from Nîmes is a convenient way to travel throughout Languedoc-Roussillon, ideal for families or small groups.

History is around every corner in Nîmes. From an intact Roman temple, to a magnificent Roman amphitheatre in the heart of the city, sightseers and history fans will be enthralled by the breadth of Roman architecture in the town.

Hiring a car from Nîmes gives you the freedom to travel as far as you wish, whether you are staying in the city itself or venturing further afield into the Languedoc-Roussillon region. For those staying outside the city centre, Nîmes car rental can be particularly beneficial.

A visit to Nîmes wouldn't be complete without seeing the Pont du Gard, which is located just 30km to the north-east. The aqueduct was constructed in the first century AD to provide the city with fresh water from the Eure River. Its three tiers of arches span an astonishing 275m over the Gardon River, at 49 metres in height, and is a great sight to behold.