Rendez-vous to Café Latin

  • Le Café Latin

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    A place for a drink on one of the finest terraces in Nîmes, right next to a Roman monument. Non-stop fun and the deck chairs set out from the first warm afternoons onwards are totally irresistible!!
    Open 7/7 from 8 am to 2am.
    Access : on foot from the station to Place de la Maison Carrée. Bus: routes J, K, I, C, D, La Citadine, Aurélia. Stops: Carré d’Art, Maison Carrée or Place d’Assas depending on the route. Motorway: A9 or A54 'Nîmes centre' exit then follow signs to 'centre-ville'.
    Phone : 0033 (0)4 66 38 90 52


    Address : 29, rue de l’Horloge – 30000 Nîmes

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