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.

Parrathon, a retrospective by Martin Parr
13 JUNE 2020 – 24 January 2021

Entitled Parrathon, this retrospective of the iconic English photographer’s works traces the artist’s career through fourteen iconic series, dating from the mid-1970’s to the present day

Guided visits “Street Art” in Rennes
A young and creative city, Rennes is a gigantic artists’ playground. Frescoes, sculptures and monumental installations adorn the urban landscape. It is the art and way of seeing the city differently
Les Jardins Rocambole in Corps-Nuds
29 MAY 2020 – 25 OCTOBER 2020
Created in 2005 and certified Remarkable Garden in 2018, the Rocambole Gardens house a large vegetable garden with 60 species of vegetables. Between landscape design and poetic installations, the gardens also host artistic exhibitions throughout the summer.
Transat en ville à Rennes


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.


Dimanche à Rennes

Surprising art events in the city’s streets on Sundays. Agenda on: www.dar.rennes.fr

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