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All reviews old city cobbled streets beautiful city timbered buildings saturday market worth a visit great market walled town on wednesdays every corner beautiful stained glass windows tourist train several days taking photos tudor style other cities market place
I revisited Vannes because of its historic center. It is beautiful and a quaint and picturesque place to be at any time of day, though I really enjoy the evening. Plenty of activities for walking, window shopping, and eating right in one small area.
We visited here during market time.very popular and bustling. Quaint streets with character and charm... plenty of places to eat and drink. I highly recommend doing the petite train... it's a nice hour of sightseeing.
Wow what a hidden little Gem.
Lovely place to spend a couple of nights. The buildings are much like the Tudor style in England but more colourful. The cathedral is also worth a visit some lovely architecture and artwork .
Ladies, be aware of the cobbles. Otherwise, the historical central city is worth the visit. It takes around half a day to make the walk advised by the tourism office. You may need to have a certain taste for ancient buildings.
This is such a wonderful historic city and although we found around easy enough it would have been far more informative if we had a map showing the best route to follow! I am sure we did not see all of it.
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A tiny city, compact but beautifully formed. A lovely place to visit for all ages. Wandering through the cobblestone streets is a joy, as is the variety of shops..we found a lovely shop selling jams and preserves....right up my street!! Lovely atmosphere wherever you wander,...More
The old part of the city is a lovely place to explore and to see coloured timbered houses from the Middle Ages. Cathédral Saint-Pierre de Vannes is in the heart of the old city and has beautiful stained glass windows. You can easily spend a...More
Like most cities in France, some "boutiques" might be opened on Sunday mornings. However except days before Christmas, during the sale seasons (twice a year) and may be in the middle of summer it is rest time.