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Nantes was the capital of Brittany for hundreds of years. Start at the impressive Château des Ducs de Bretagne before wandering through the medieval old town then discover some incredible urban sculptures on Nantes Island on the Loire river.
Rennes. The vibrant university city of Rennes, Brittany’s administrative capital is worth a visit. Take a wander around the medieval streets of the picture-perfect old town and admire the impressive parliament building before relaxing in the Thabor gardens, spread over 10 hectares in the city centre with a French-style garden, a picturesque garden with exotic species, fountains, an aviary, a rose garden, statues, greenhouses and a bandstand.
Brest: Explore the heart of this naval port, nestled in one of France’s most beautiful natural harbours. On the menu: the amazing Pont de l'Iroise bridge, a stroll along the lively quays as far as the castle museum.
Quimper the administrative capital of the Finistère department, it is also generally regarded as the cultural heart of Brittany, with an annual festival in July dedicated to Celtic culture with participants from Scotland, Ireland, Wales and even Spain! The town is also known for its cathedral, notable in that unlike other Gothic cathedrals it slightly bends in the middle to match the contours of its location, and avoid an area that was swampy at the time.
The walled town of Vannes is without doubt one of Brittany’s most attractive sights and a must-visit. Wander around the well-preserved medieval streets before enjoying a harbour-side lunch.
Concarneau is situated on the south-west coast between Quimper and Lorient in the Finistere départment. It’s the third largest fishing port in France as well as being a popular tourist attraction. This walled town is one of the most photographed sights in Brittany and a walk round the ramparts provides some wonderful views. Alternatively visit the ramparts in the evening when they are illuminated. The old town “Ville Close” is on a small rocky island off the coast and only reached by a drawbridge which is one of most visited places by visitors. There is a small main street lined with shops and restaurants and picturesque paved streets and squares with a mix of half-timbered and granite medieval houses.