Ibis Rennes Centre Gare Sud

15 rue de Chatillon, Rennes, Brittany, 35000, France
Ibis Rennes Centre Gare Sud
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Travel

by moragmac

We are flying in to Rennes and then to Vannes. Is it better to get a bus or a train. Is there a bus from the airport.


Morag MacDonald

Re: Travel

by Beausoleil

Yes, there is a bus from the airport. It's 300 meters from the airport so a bit of a walk. Hope you have wheeled luggage. 8^)

The bus will take you into Rennes and then you will probably want a train to Vannes.

Here is the airport web site info about buses. http://www.rennes.aeroport.fr//en/principal-headings/vertical-menu/access-and-parking/taxis-and-buses.html

You can check trains at http://www.sncf.com/

Have a good trip.

Travel Tips for Rennes

The house of languages!

by Mikebond

This panel is maybe my fondest memory of Rennes. Imagine how a language- and Europe-lover as I am can feel while reading about LA MAISON DES LANGUES - L'esprit international" ("THE HOUSE OF LANGUAGES - The international spirit"). Even more European and keen at learning languages! Two people are meeting and the motto is Notre avenir passe par les langues ("Our future goes through languages"), a universal truth.
But what makes this advertising poster even more international is the phrase "Good morning" written in many languages: Breton, Spanish, Slovene, French, Finnish, Portuguese, Dutch, Czech, an Asian language (Chinese, Japanese, Korean...), Romansch, Greek, Italian (wrong spelling, though! We write buongiorno in one word), Danish Norwegian and Swedish, English, German, Russian, Arab (?). If you see any mistakes in this list, please correct me.
So, this is a great message about the importance of learning languages and of being cosmopolites.

Saint-Germain

by Mikebond

Saint-Germain is a Gothic church built in the 15th and 16th centuries. You should look at the large 16th-century window in the right transept, which depicts scenes from the lives of the Virgin, Saint John the Baptist and Jesus Christ. You see it in the second photo and a description of it in the fifth photo of this tip.
Besides, the third and fourth images in this tip show two modern windows on the nave designed by Max Ingrand (I have never heard of him!).

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