Flights from Liverpool to Nimes
Flight information Liverpool to Nimes
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Ryanair is the only airline that offers flights from Liverpool to Nimes. This budget air travel provider only offers flights from Liverpool to Nimes during the summer, and the number of flights per week fluctuates over the course of the season .
A passport is required for travel from Liverpool to Nimes. Passengers should allow at least two hours to clear security, according to officials at Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL). Hungry departing travellers can choose to grab a bite to eat from Joe's Coffee House, Estuary Bar & Grill, Kissing Gate or Burger King on the way from Liverpool to Nimes. Obey Your Body, Boots, WHSmith and Accessorize all have shops in the airport.
After cheap flights from Liverpool to Nimes land at Nimes Airport, travellers can proceed to the small snack bar in the arrivals hall of Nimes–Alès–Camargue–Cévennes Airport (FNI).
What to Expect When Arriving in Nimes
Nimes has car hire facilities at the airport. Skyscanner allows you to compare car hire rates and reserve a vehicle ahead of time. You can also use Skyscanner to find a hotel room in Nimes. Before you leave Liverpool, check to see if your hotel provides a complimentary airport transfer. If not, public buses and taxis are also available at the airport to get you to your destination.
Time and Weather Differences
Nimes is one hour ahead of Liverpool. Both cities observe daylight saving time.
July and August are the warmest months in Nimes with average temperatures of 24 °C. July in Liverpool has an average temperature of 16 °C. The coldest month of the year in Nimes is January. Temperatures during the first month of the year average 7 °C in this French city. In Liverpool, the average temperature in January tends to reach 5 °C. Liverpool averages 18 rainy days in the month of May and a total of 37 millimetres of rain. Nimes has an average of 8 rainy days in May and gets a total of 40 millimetres of precipitation.
Cost of Dining and Travelling
You'll spend about the same amount of money for dining and travelling in Nimes as you would in Liverpool. A meal at an inexpensive restaurant is 8 per cent cheaper in Nimes than in Liverpool, and a dinner at a mid-range restaurant is cheaper in Nimes too. Alcohol is conseiderably more expensive in Nimes than in Liverpool. Staples such as eggs are 43 per cent more expensive in Nimes, so cooking meals yourself might not be worth the time and effort in this beautiful French town. A taxi is approximately 7 per cent more expensive in Nimes than in Liverpool.
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