Vannes

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Overview

Vannes, break your habits in the Breton city Vannes is a city located in the south of Britanny, in the western part of France. It was built in a bay on the Morbihan’s gulf, in a triangle formed by the cities of Nantes, Rennes and Quimper.

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Getting there You can get to Vannes from Lille, Rennes and Le Mans. Best price and travel duration below.

From Paris 03:04 HK$230
From Paris Cdg Airport 04:18 HK$791
From Bordeaux 05:56 HK$184
From Lille 05:14 HK$993
From Rennes 00:56 HK$156
From Le Mans 02:19 HK$257
From Marne La Vallee 04:05 HK$809
From Nantes 01:08 HK$202
From Redon 00:22 HK$83
From Quimperle 00:42 HK$101
From Savenay 00:54 HK$147
From Quimper 01:02 HK$147
From Auray 00:10 HK$83


Getting around From Vannes, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Auray 00:25 HK$83
To Redon 00:36 HK$83
To Quimper 02:29 HK$147
To Savenay 03:26 HK$129
To Rennes 03:37 HK$147
To Nantes 03:51 HK$156
To Le Mans 04:36 HK$257
To Paris 05:07 HK$230
To Paris Cdg Airport 05:42 HK$395
To Marne La Vallee 06:21 HK$644
To Lille 08:16 HK$754
To Bordeaux 09:49 HK$441

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Vannes, break your habits in the Breton city

Vannes is a city located in the south of Britanny, in the western part of France. It was built in a bay on the Morbihan’s gulf, in a triangle formed by the cities of Nantes, Rennes and Quimper.

Vannes is a city labelled "ville d’art et d’histoire" for its great heritage. The historic city is surrounded by ramparts dating back from the 3rd, the 14th and the 17th centuries.

To enter the old city, you can chose to go through the Jail gate, which is one of the oldest entrance. Inside those walls, the city presents more than 200 half-timbered houses, the oldests dating from the 15th century. Walking around the streets, you will find the beautiful Saint Peter’s cathedral. You can also visit the Gaillard Castle or the Cohue.

The last one used to be the market place during the Middle Ages, and it houses now the fine arts museum.

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  • "Train to Vannes"    
    It was our first journey by euro rail. It was very comfortable . We enjoyed the countryside as it passed by. The staff was very courteous and helpful. We would love to take a longer journey next time we travel through Europe .