Getting around Brittany

  • By car

    Once you’ve crossed the administrative border into Brittany, motorway tolls are replaced by express ways that are free of charge. This free-flowing network of dual carriageways links up Brittany’s main towns allowing you to discover the region at your will.

  • By train

    A fast and economical rail network allows visitors to discover all four corners of Brittany in relaxed comfort. While the main towns are served by the high-speed TGV, the local and tourist trains will continue your journey allowing you to criss-cross more than 1000km of railways throughout the region.

  • By coach

    An extensive coach and bus network allows you to travel from town to town without the need of a car and equally, it can be used in combination with the train. Couple this with attractive fares and there is plenty to convince you to travel by coach.

  • By boat

    Whether you’re in your own vessel or on board a hired craft, you can discover inland Brittany via two marked canal routes. Then there’s the coast, punctuated by pretty harbours, many of which provide the departure point for exploring the islands that surround the peninsula.

  • By bicycle

    Taking the time to explore Brittany on two wheels is the ideal way to see a different side of the region. Some 1000 km of voie vertes, or green ways, allow you to combine gentle exercise with sightseeing along specifically designed traffic-free paths.

  • BreizhGo

    To make your journeys by public transport simpler, you can use Breizhgo.com to work out all your journeys by train, coach, bus, metro, tram and boat.

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