Bibus

Bibus, Brest: Address, Phone Number, Bibus Reviews: 4/5

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Téléphérique de Brest métropole géré par le réseau bibus (tramway, bus également). Profitez de la vue exceptionnelle sur la rade de Brest depuis le téléphérique
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Eliana Ferreira
Coimbra, Portugal28 contributions
Nice web of public transports
Oct 2021
Bibus is very good to tourists, since you can have one ticket and use all the transports since bus, to Tram an even the téléphéric. You can also have a ticket for one hour, one day, or three days, it is totally worth it if you are going to visit many places, the transports have a nice coverage around the city and all the big spots, the schedules and routes are in all Tram and bus stations.
Written November 3, 2021
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Joan W
Vancouver, Canada850 contributions
Saved many steps back to the meeting place where we started our walking tour
Oct 2019
Reasonable, but you need coins to purchase tickets. Luckily we could pay our guide the larger bills and she paid on our behalf. Good views from the gondola and saved us from having to walk over the bridge again, as at this point we were getting tired from walking over cobblestones and up hills. Smooth ride.
Written October 26, 2019
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igreer243
Bracknell, UK3 contributions
Easy transport
Oct 2016 • Business
Fast and frequent transport from the east to the west of Brest and through the town centre. It is very easy to use with instructions and information provided in English as well as French and Breton
Written October 9, 2016
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Thomas G
Port Elizabeth, South Africa67 contributions
Easy to use from airport
Jul 2016 • Couples
This tram service is extremely easy to use, especially flying into Brest. There is a bus taking passengers from outside the arrivals hall at the airport to the terminus of the tram, which then stops at various stations right throughout the city.
There is a tram every 5 minutes or so during weekdays, and about every 20 min on Sundays. Using it is vey convenient.
Written July 19, 2016
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Lilas V
Toulouse, France155 contributions
Perfect transport
Jul 2016 • Couples
The perfect transport when there is some events in the town. For the ocasion of Brest 2016 is the best way to move around.
Written July 18, 2016
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Durham12 contributions
Good way to connect end to end
Apr 2016 • Business
It's modern, smooth and very useful way to go the city end to end. There are different rate tickets, depending on your transportation needs. Trams are very frequent.
Written April 7, 2016
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gmk30
Cardiff, Wales201 contributions
Good value means of getting around Brest
Feb 2016 • Couples
This tramline runs from the north east through the city centre and westward to the suburbs of the city.
If you are staying anywhere near this line it is well worth using to access the city centre.
Trams run until midnight and are frequent.
There are ticket machines at every stop.
You can select language option of French, Breton or English.
You can buy a 1 ride ticket which is valid for an hour for 1 euro 50 cents or a day ticket for 3 euros 75 cents.
On boarding the tram you need to validate your ticket in the ticket machine.
There are plenty of route maps on display in the tram cars and each station is announced by a tannoy type message.
This is an essy system to use and the trams are modern and clean.
Written February 17, 2016
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John G
39 contributions
Comprehensive and Cheap
Sep 2015 • Solo
Most of the city's touristy things are centrally-located and within easy walking distance of each other but if you do need to get further afield, or have mobility problems the public transport system is both comprehensive and reasonably cheap. This is run by the local company Bibus whose buses cover the whole city. Bibus also runs the 14.3 kilometre tram line, Ligne A, which connects the Porte de Plouzané in the west of the city, through its centre to Porte de Gouesnou and Porte de Guipavas to the north and east (the line splits at Pontanézen).

Just for interest I took a little scoot around on the tram in both directions but apart from a friendly little bar, Le Derby at Place de Strasbourg, there didn't seem to be much happening out in the suburbs.

Using either the tram or local buses is reasonably cheap with a single fare of 1.50 euros, day ticket at 3.95 (which is good for up to 4 people at weekends and public holidays) and a 10 trip ticket for 12.25. Tickets can be bought from the machines at each stop, cash or card, and usefully the machines are tri-lingual - French, English and Breton.
Written November 4, 2015
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