2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

RUE ANDRE MEYNIER, Rennes, 35000, France
Kyriad Rennes Nord
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 22% less and rated 11% higher than other 2 star hotels

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  • Couples90
  • Solo100
  • Business84

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paris to rennes?

by vpbebe

hi just wondering can anyone help me. im flying into paris from ireland at the beginning of november. i was wondering how would i get to rennes from charles du gaulle airport or from beauvais airport? which one would be handier for me to fly too?thanks

ps how much roughly will it cost to travel from the airports to rennes?

Re: paris to rennes?

by nygaston

  RENNES (35)

Price = less than 50 Euros, one way

please, visit
where you can buy on-line
they send the tickets
(it is in French)

if you book earlier , you can get a cheap ticket (PREMS) 25 Euros

Re: Re: paris to rennes?

by nygaston

You can buy a ticket from CDG Airport to Gare Montparnasse
Take the Train RER (look at my VT pages).

Then Montparnasse to Rennes.
Rennes is a nice big town
Good restaurants (many styles of crepes).
Good universities.

Re: paris to rennes?

by Sandrinita


Make sure you arrive to CDG airport. From there you can take the Air France bus to Montparnasse station. They run every 15 mn from 5.45 AM until 11 PM (about 13 euros R/T). From Montparnasse you can get a train to Rennes. Go to or and check the schedule. A few trains leave from CDG airport (terminal 2) and that would of course be your best option. Please note that for TGV the reservation is compulsory and you have to make it ahead of time. It would cost you over 100 euros R/T depending on the train. Don't forget to ask if you can get any di

Re: Re: paris to rennes?

by nygaston

You are very right.
The Air France Bus is the best option from CDG to Montparnasse, mostly with luggages !

RE: paris to rennes?

by kathywi

You can take the TGV train from CDG - and pay some more but that's because of the convenience. At CDG, go to the SNCF office (I think there is one there) or check it out on the SNCF website. Anyone at a SNCF will help you if you are clear in saying you want to take the train from CDG. I did just that.

Travel Tips for Rennes


by Maximilian21

This legendary forest lies in the region known today as Paimpont ( Penpon meaning bridge head in Breton) which covers an area of 18,000 acres to the south west of Rennes.

This dense shadowy forest has spawned numerous mysteries & legends including one of the most famous legends in western mythology. This enchanted region is the setting for the quest by the Knights of the Round Table to recover the Holy Grail under orders from King Arthur. One of the best known inhabitants of the forest was Merlin the Magician.
This place is a must and is sure to bring back the child in you that you though you had lost.


by Maximilian21

"Les Rouges et Noirs"

Rennes is the capital of the French région of Brittany. It is the préfecture of the département of Ille-et-Vilaine. With a population of some 220 000 it is the tenth most populous city in France.

Appart from Sydney, I have spent
no longer time in any other place than in Rennes. It has become my home away from Home.

I first visited Rennes at the about of 9, i went with my family to stay with my uncle for a month.

After this initial visit i would come back every year or so and even did some of My High schooling and University studies in the city.

I have come to have made some truly wonderful friends in Rennes, many of whom have subsequently left the city and today live all around the world. I have found the city to be both peaceful and vibrabt for a small city. The city has a great appreciation for the arts and invests thousands of dollars (euros) each year on musical and cinematic endevours.
If you should come to France ,come and visit Rennes. It is a beautiful city with a wonderful history. It is a city which is both distinctly French and "Breton".


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