Gard

    Pont du Gard

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    Address

    address

    400 Route du Pont du Gard

    Town

    Vers-Pont-du-Gard

    Postal code

    30210

    Website

    http://www.pontdugard.fr

    Map


    Description

    The Pont du Gard which dates back to the beginning of Christian Era (50 AD) is the highest Roman bridge-aqueduct in the world standing at 48 meters high. In remarkably good condition, this Unesco World Heritage monument stands in a natural setting of 165 hectares of Mediterranean landscape and is easily accessible by shuttles from the Nîmes train station (30 min trip). 2,000 years ago it was designed to convey water to Nîmes, showing the extraordinary know-how of Roman engineers. You will have the opportunity to learn about Roman civilisation through the multimedia kiosks in the 2,500 m2 museum. Special activities are available for children. A guided visit of the Pont du Gard with a walk on the top level, where the water used to flow, is an unforgettable experience. You can taste seasonal Mediterranean cuisine at Les Terrasses restaurant found at the foot of the monument. The site is open all year round. The Pont du Gard which dates back to the beginning of Christian Era (50 AD) is the highest Roman bridge-aqueduct in the world standing at 48 meters high. In remarkably good condition, this Unesco World Heritage monument stands in a natural setting of 165 hectares of Mediterranean landscape and is easily accessible by shuttles from the Nîmes train station (30 min trip). 2,000 years ago it was designed to convey water to Nîmes, showing the extraordinary know-how of Roman engineers. You will have the opportunity to learn about Roman civilisation through the multimedia kiosks in the 2,500 m2 museum. Special activities are available for children. A guided visit of the Pont du Gard with a walk on the top level, where the water used to flow, is an unforgettable experience. You can taste seasonal Mediterranean cuisine at Les Terrasses restaurant found at the foot of the monument. The site is open all year round. The Pont du Gard which dates back to the beginning of Christian Era (50 AD) is the highest Roman bridge-aqueduct in the world standing at 48 meters high. In remarkably good condition, this Unesco World Heritage monument stands in a natural setting of 165 hectares of Mediterranean landscape and is easily accessible by shuttles from the Nîmes train station (30 min trip). 2,000 years ago it was designed to convey water to Nîmes, showing the extraordinary know-how of Roman engineers. You will have the opportunity to learn about Roman civilisation through the multimedia kiosks in the 2,500 m2 museum. Special activities are available for children. A guided visit of the Pont du Gard with a walk on the top level, where the water used to flow, is an unforgettable experience. You can taste seasonal Mediterranean cuisine at Les Terrasses restaurant found at the foot of the monument. The site is open all year round.


    Practical Information

    Full price (in €)

    18,00

    Price conditions

    Price per vehicule : 18€

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