By train

Picture 1 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.

Local trains (TER)

With more than 300 local trains every day, Brittany’s rail network provides convenient links between the main Breton towns offering a practical, comfortable and green way to travel.

www.ter-sncf.com/bretagne

Le Tire Bouchon tourist train

A tourist train that deserves its name (it means ‘The corkscrew’)! It will get you to the Quibéron peninsula from Auray, avoiding all the traffic queues:

http://www.ter.sncf.com/bretagne/loisirs/lignes-touristiques/tire-bouchon 

Ligne Baie

A chance to take your time along the back roads leading to Mont-Saint-Michel, with a complete transport package from Granville to Saint-Malo. The Ligne Baie pass, available for one or two days, for train+bus or train+bus+bike, will give you a stunning and unique view of the vast Mont-Saint-Michel Bay.

www.lignebaie.fr 

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