Known as the "French Rome", Nîmes is a city located in the south of France, in the department of Gard. Its nickname comes from the many Roman remains such as the Maison Carrée, a Roman temple, and the Nîmes amphitheatre, which was built between 40 and 70 AD. It is the largest Roman amphitheatre still preserved and is still used today for shows and events. You can also visit the gardens of the Fountain, which are among the most beautiful in France and offer a breathtaking view of the city.
The city is an excellent place to learn about French history and the rich cultural heritage of the region.