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All reviews old town half timbered houses friendly city shops and restaurants cobbled streets tourist office lovely town small town lovely place watch the world during summer medieval feel we enjoyed walking amazing architecture every corner few hours public transport
We enjoyed very much walking about the historic center of Rennes. There are several charming squares to sit down and have a coffee or a beer, and the beautiful and colorful half-timbered houses are delightful to look at.
After our visit to Mont St Michel, we drove to Rennes, spent 1 night and the next day we had a few hours before flying to London.
Our hotel - Campanile was right by the Gare (Train Station) so we took the opportunity to walk...More
We have all heard of the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Well, here you can find the Leaning Buildings of Rennes. The trick is to figure out if the buildings are really leaning on each other or if it is an optical illusion created by the...More
Rather a small area for the size of the city, but again, fire in the 1700's and 1800's destroyed many buildings, plue WWII was extremely hard on this city. Outside the Centre Historique one will see ancient buildings next to ultra modern. So the historic...More
Beautiful park, Parc de Thabor
behind the church at top of the hill in Rennes. So on your way to old town go via this park very relaxing. It also has an aviary with many birds from all over the world including Australian parrots.
Rennes is a beautiful city, full of quaint, small, narrow streets. Many are pedestrianized and easy to get around. It is full of half timbered houses which were slightly leaning one way or another. There are many boutiques, restaurants, bars, terraced areas to meet and...More
Second visit to Rennes... wonderful architecture... historical buildings... great restaurants and cafes... great city market and friendly vendors. Even though it was late July .. the weather was mild and no air conditioning was needed. Rennes is a wonderful place to visit and tour... and...More