Saint-Brieuc Transportation

  • Gare de Saint Brieuc
    Gare de Saint Brieuc
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  • bus depot by les Champs
    bus depot by les Champs
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  • Gare de Saint Brieuc
    Gare de Saint Brieuc
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Best Rated Transportation in Saint-Brieuc

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    by eden_teuling Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Fine panoramas, nature is beautiful along the coast as well as in the interior which is absolutely different: a paradise filled with flowers....

    SARL V?los Centre is the place to rent bikes.

    The address is: 14, rue Houvenagle Saint-Brieuc


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    How to get in and out of Saint Brieuc

    by gwened Written May 3, 2014

    well the region of Brittany transport site for all is here

    I come to the town by car, going on the road D768 direction Pontivy,and then Saint Brieuc.
    There is a good bus transport system as we witness buses coming and going all day, especially around the Les Champs stop. And the train of course. We came by car easy on the D768 direction Pontivy and then Saint Brieuc ,easy in about 1h30. You have parking in city center at Charner, Poulain Corbion,saint Benoit,les Champs,Raoul Poupard,Gouêdic, and Promenades. WE park for free by rue des promenades one way street as it was Holiday weekend. zone rouge or red. You can get a disc from the mayor’s office or tourism office for parking for longer periods, as Zone Blue or bleue the first 30 min is free,then zone rouge or red, you can park for 2 hours for 1.20€ , maximum of 2h. and on zone yellow or jaune , you can park for a day at 0.80€, limited to max of 7h. Of course this is street parking , in the garages you can park longer and pay more.More from the city in French

    There is plan to do the line TEO east to west of St Brieuc for 2020! 8 kms of lines with 21 stations ,and 2 parkings relais with 200 places at Plaines Villes (west) ,and Chaptal (east) ! The current bus system is TUB main office at place Du Guesclin near bus terminal; open from Mondays to Fridays 8h30-12h30 and 13h30-18h00, Saturdays from 8h30-12h30 and 13h30-17h30; while in july and august closed the Saturdays afternoons. info ahead of times email

    the bus site is here
    the main bus terminal is of des Champs right by the shopping center of same name

    official sites for the train and schedules for the region Bretagne is here in French
    and here in English
    and for rates in French

    for the vélo or bike the reservation office is located at 8 rue de la Poissonnerie, and its open Tuesdays to Fridays from 10h-13h and 16h-18h30. Saturdays from 10h to 13h. you can rent a bike normal style for the day for 2€ and for the week at 6€

    taxis and with estimated costs for the area is here
    and by the train station you have the taxi Griffons.

    small airport near the town, for smallplanes etc
    you have flights to Paris Orly at Lannion

    and to London stanstead from Dinard here

    Gare de Saint Brieuc Les Champs bus stop bus depot by les Champs Gare de Saint Brieuc parking and train station St Brieuc
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    how to go....

    by black_mimi99 Written May 25, 2011

    By train

    By TGV from Paris Montparnasse. St Brieuc is on the TGV Ouest line between Paris and Brest. There are about 10 trains a day. In some cases you may need to change trains in Rennes. The train ride takes about 3 hours.

    By car

    St Brieuc is on the N12 expressway about 1.5 hours from Rennes. Watch out for the speed cams on the bridges.

    By ferry

    You can transit through Roscoff (2 hours by car to the West) or Saint-Malo 1.5 hours to the east. Brittany Ferries runs overnight car and passenger ferries from southern English ports of Portsmouth and Plymouth.

    By plane

    St Brieuc has a tiny airport. The only flights landing are those from the Channel Islands. It's a fast but expensive way of getting here. Ryan Air flies from London Stansted and East Midlands to Dinard Pleurtuit Airport which is about 1.5 hours to the East. Also from March 2008, Skybus will operate a service between St. Brieuc and Newquay Cornwall Airport, 4 days per week.

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