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Gwladys Niort
8 Rue Nationale


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The gite is perfectly situated on a pedestrian street called Rue Nationale in Rennes. It is conveniently close to various amenities such as the Republique and Saint Anne metro stations, which are only a 2-minute walk away. Additionally, the train station, universities, and Pontchaillou hospital are all within a 5-minute distance. There is a wide range of activities to enjoy in the area, including cinemas, theaters, the St Georges swimming pool, museums, the renowned Lices market, and Rennes' historic center with its charming timbered houses.


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Holiday Home 1 65 75 450 450 10 non


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  • Rennes Cathedral - Located just a short distance from Rue Nationale, Rennes Cathedral (Cathédrale Saint-Pierre de Rennes) is a magnificent Gothic-style cathedral that dates back to the 11th century. It is known for its stunning stained glass windows and impressive architecture.
  • Parc du Thabor - Situated near the city center, Parc du Thabor is a beautiful public garden that offers a peaceful escape from the bustling city streets. The park features formal French gardens, a rose garden, a botanical garden, and a tranquil pond.
  • Les Champs Libres - A cultural complex that houses the Rennes Museum of Fine Arts, the Rennes Library, and the Science Space, Les Champs Libres is a must-visit attraction for art, literature, and science enthusiasts. The building itself is an architectural marvel.
  • Museum of Brittany - Located in the historic Les Champs Libres building, the Museum of Brittany (Musée de Bretagne) showcases the region's rich history and culture. Exhibits include archaeological artifacts, traditional costumes, and interactive displays.
  • Parliament of Brittany - The Parliament of Brittany (Parlement de Bretagne) is a historic building that served as the seat of the High Court during the French monarchy. Its impressive facade and intricate interior make it a popular attraction for history buffs.
  • Les Halles Central Market - Rennes' bustling central market offers a vibrant atmosphere and a wide range of local produce, seafood, cheeses, and other regional delights. It's a great place to immerse yourself in the local culture and sample some delicious food.
  • Place des Lices - This picturesque square is one of the largest in France and is known for hosting a vibrant Saturday morning market. It's a great spot to soak up the lively atmosphere, enjoy a coffee at one of the cafés, or people-watch.
  • Museum of Fine Arts - Situated in a beautiful 19th-century building, the Rennes Museum of Fine Arts (Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rennes) houses an impressive collection of paintings, sculptures, and decorative arts. It features works by renowned artists such as Rubens, Picasso, and Monet.
  • Les Tombées de la Nuit - If you're looking for a unique cultural experience, Les Tombées de la Nuit is a festival that takes place in Rennes every summer. It offers a diverse program of theater, dance, music, and street performances throughout the city. 10. Mordelles Castle - Located just outside of Rennes, Mordelles Castle (Château de Mordelles) is a historic castle dating back to the 12th century. The castle is surrounded by beautiful gardens and offers guided tours, allowing visitors to explore its rich history and architecture.

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