Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes around Rennes1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of Rennes with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.
Railway and landscape maps of Rennes areaThis Rennes map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.
City tours, excursions and tickets in Rennes and surroundings
France - moving around the countryIn France, buses are considered to be an excellent means of transportation, not only for intercity travel, but also for intra-city travel. In large cities, you will find almost at every stop a timetable which indicates the time of departure of the train you are boarding as well as other departed trains. Prices for trips vary based on the destination and season. It should be noted that in different regions there are separate transport network of buses or trams, with each having its own unique pricing system. You can buy tickets from the driver or in the newspaper kiosks. Please note that in the capital of France you can move about by using underground trains. The Metropolitan has 17 main branches that connect all areas of Paris, as well as 5 suburban branches that go beyond the capital. … Open
Nature and parks of FranceThe longest river in the country is the Loire, flowing through the entire central part of France. Its length is just over one thousand kilometers. Historically, it played a strategically important role in the life of the state. Along the river Loire in its picturesque valleys, in the Middle Ages were built more than 70 castles. Many of them at different times were the residences of French kings. The Loire Valley is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List due to the huge number of monuments of architecture and history. One of the largest lakes in the country is the Lake Geneva, along which the border with Switzerland runs. Surprisingly, picturesque views of Lake Geneva have given inspiration to many creative people from around the world. … Open
Photogallery of Rennes sights
Our guide to Rennes
Advices for travellers
8. The city has adopted a system of cashless transfers. Any shop, restaurant or hotel accepts international credit cards. National currency is the only accepted one. 7. Rennes is a calm and safe city. Streets along the seaside and central districts of the city are safe to explore even in the evening. Meanwhile remote areas of the city are not recommended to visit alone late at night. It is not … Open
Travel guide to Rennes
No less picturesque is the Saint-Anna Square. Some historical sights are located nearby, as well. Beautiful Saint-Aubin church, built in the early 20th century, is considered the main site. It was constructed on the site of the destroyed old hospital, that had been operating far back as the 14th century. Nearby, is the building of the ancient Jakobin Monastery, which now houses a large conference center. A unique … Open
Cuisine and top restaurants
The L'ile du Mets restaurant specializing in French cuisine is a perfect place for organization of various festive events and romantic dates. Its hall is filled with festive atmosphere, and its rich menu includes lots of excellent dishes. Moreover the L'ile du Mets restaurant will amaze its guests with a rich wine list, even the most sophisticated wine connoisseurs will find a drink to please their tastes and … Open
Cultural excursion through Rennes - things to see
Age-old fresco paintings, high columns made of rare red marble, elegant gold plated elements – tourist spend hours contemplating the glory and majesty of the cathedral. Travelers wishing to get a deeper insight into the history of the city and of its suburbs should pay a visit to the Bretagne Museum. The museum offers three permanent exhibitions encompassing interesting historical and archeological artifacts and … Open