Nimes' history is rich in culture. A main Roman outpost, this city is renowned for its well preserved Roman buildings and architecture. Home to an amphitheater built in 70 A.D this city has grown around tourism, being one of the most attractive cities in the Mediterranean area of France.
Nimes has undergone a lot of expansion and redevelopment in recent years becoming a multi-cultural and diverse society as the influx of communities from abroad started calling this beautiful city home.
The city largely relies on tourism to support its economy. Refurbishment and investment into the city centre has meant more tourists than ever are visiting this city. Popular with business travel to the city in the hospitality and tourism industries.