Take a journey through history from the Roman era to the Middle Ages on this tour of Uzès and Nîmes. Admire the medieval landmarks of Uzès, the spectacular Roman constructions in Nîmes, and the 2,000-year Pont du Gard, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
What to Expect
Visit of the charming medieval town of Uzès, founded during the Roman era and the site of an aqueduct that was built to supply the city of Nîmes. The Pont du Gard is the most well-known stretch of the aqueduct left standing.
On this 5-hour program, you’ll see the traces of Roman civilization in Uzès as well as substantial monuments from the Middle Ages.
Visit the famous 2,000-year-old Pont du Gard, a section of the Roman aqueduct that provided water to Nîmes. The highly photographed bridge was listed by UNESCO in 1985 as a World Heritage Site.
You’ll discover the treasures of Nîmes, including the Coliseum that is considered to be second only to the Coliseum in Rome. Its Roman amphitheater is still in use and today has a seating capacity of 10,000.
- Admission fee to the Pont du Gard
- Admission fee to the Arena of Nîmes
Know Before You Go
During the summer the arena is closed for different festivities. In this case you will visit another place, like the Theatre of Orange or Maison Carrée.