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.
July 2018 to August 2019
L’année de la Vilaine (“The Year of La Vilaine”) is a cultural experience exploring the Vilaine River with artistic, poetic, culinary and outdoor itineraries you can enjoy on foot, by bike, in a kayak… and more!
The Parliament of Brittany: Rennes’ most famous monument, which can be visited all year round.
Transat en Ville: the square outside the city hall is transformed into an urban beach, with deck chairs, concerts and more than enough room to relax.
October to August 2019
Explorations urbaines aux Champs Libres : exhibitions, key events, debates between historians, scientists, artists and thinkers.
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