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48 hrs in Nimes

WHY GO NOW?

To see Nîmes in festive mood with food, drink and dancing on the streets during theferias of 17-19 September and 9-10 October. Much is based on the local tradition of bullfighting, but in the courses camarguaises (tests of skill between bull and man), the bull is not killed and often ends up as the victor. The main focus of activity is the Arènes, the 1st-century amphitheatre, reckoned to be the best preserved of the Roman world. Now is a good time to see it in all its 60-arched glory, before the winter canopy is installed in late October.

Read more: http://www.independent.co.uk/travel/europe/48-hours-in-nimes-6161463.html

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