Vannes

Vannes is the 5th city of Brittany in France.

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  • 47.6514-2.75871 Tourism office, Quai Éric Tabarly (right bank of harbour, CP23921), +33 2 97 47 24 34, fax: +33 2 97 47 29 49, e-mail: info@tourisme-vannes.com. Sep–Jun M–Sa 9:30–12:30 & 13:30–18:00 closed on Sunday; Jul–Aug M–Sa 09:30–19:00, Su and bank holidays 10:00–18:00. Free Wi-Fi. (updated Dec 2017)

The high-speed TGV from Paris goes to Rennes. Switch to the regular-speed SNCF train to Vannes. NOTE: the main train direction is not marked Vannes. You can also take the TGV from Paris to Quimper which makes a stop in Vannes without switch.

  • 47.6653-2.75261 Gare de Vannes, Avenue Favrel et Lincy (1.5 kilometres (0.93 mi) north from town centre, 18 min by foot). M–Th 05:35–22:40, F 05:35–01:40, Sa 05:35–21:45, Su and bank holidays 07:00–22:45. (updated Dec 2017)

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