With its traditional timber-frame houses, the Parliament of Brittany, the Parc du Thabor, and contemporary architecture by Jean Nouvel or Christian de Portzamparc, it’s needless to say that Brittany’s capital is a multi-faceted city.
In this destination for food-lovers, chefs revisit traditional Breton ingredients from local markets, like that of Lices, every Saturday morning. This cheerful city is alive with a unique abundance of culture, hosting a different festival every week, exhibitions and alternative cultural spaces – all for you to discover.
Walking tout of rennes
See the historical centre of Rennes from a new perspective with this guided tour of the city’s history and heritage. Discover the winding streets lined with colourful half-timbered houses and the décor inspired by Roman basilicas as you stroll through the centre of Rennes.
ODORICO AND THE ART OF MOSAIC
EVERY SATURDAY FROM 7:30 AM TO 1:30 PM
Although the Parlement of Brittany building may seem like a solid part of the city’s history that has survived the ages untroubled, in reality it might never have been able to open its doors to visitors today.
Dimanche à Rennes
Discover your Rennes Citypass programme: all the details of offers and services so you don’t miss anything during your stay. The services included below are valid for Citypass purchased from June 22 to August 29, 2021.
Where to eat
Have a look at our guide to Rennes’ top eateries and find a Michelin-starred or gourmet restaurant, bistro, crêperie or pizzeria to suit you. A selection of foodie highlights in the Breton capital. Bon appétit!
- Crêperie Saint Georges, 11 rue du Chapitre 35000 Rennes – +33 (0)2 99 38 87 04
- Origines Bistro-microbrasserie, 2 rue de l’Hôtel-Dieu 35000 RENNES – +33 (0)6 69 01 15 84
- Le Carré, 34 Place des Lices, 35000 Rennes – +33 (0)2 23 40 21 21
Have a drink
- Guinguette Le MeM, Route de Sainte Foix La Piverdière, 35000 Rennes – +33 (0)2 99 30 70 70
- Le Magic Hall, 17 Rue de la Quintaine, 35000 Rennes – +33(0)2 99 66 21 83
Where to sleep
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