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.

Picture 1 By train

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

This tourist train from Auray out along the skinny peninsula to the Presqu’île de Quiberon is humorously called the ‘traffic-jam train’ – for the very reason that it provides an alternative to sitting in the queues of traffic that otherwise line the road at this popular tourist spot.

http://www.trains-touristiques.sncf.com/region.aspmenu=3&train=tire_bouchon&lang=fr