Nimes Flights from the UK
Ryanair tries to make up for their cheaper flights by not offering any complimentary meal on board. You do get a snacks and drinks menu but it's expensive. So my top tip is if you're traveling with Ryanair, take some sandwiches to eat on the plane. Lots of people do it and the airline doesn't seem to mind.
In addition to information about flight times, you might like to find out more information about about all the airports serving the Languedoc region of France (Carcassonne, Montpellier, Nimes, Perpignan) including bars, restaurants, shopping and parking.
Nîmes is a wonderful place to spend a holiday. It does not have the usual dominant central square like so any other French towns, but the streets open out on to the café lined Place du March with its huge palm tree and statue of a crocodile which became the twin emblems of Nîmes when the district was used for the resettlement of veterans after the Roman campaign in Egypt. The Place de l'Horloge has a clock-tower and a chemist which was once the house of Jean Nicot, who was responsible for the importation of tobacco into France, adding his name to the drug.
There are fashion shops on rue-du-Chapitre and small boutiques and more unusual ones on the tiny rue Fresque, which where you will find Duendecillo where you can purchase just about every bullflighting accoutrement if you are that way inclined.
Just make sure that when you plan your holiday in Nimes you book a long enough break and allow yourself enough time to get to know and enjoy this wonderful and exciting city.
Flights from the UK to the Languedoc Region
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