St Brieuc, a travel through history. St Brieuc is located on the Channel Sea, in northwestern France. Staying in St Brieuc, that is all Brittany that is waiting for you. It is a 46.000 inhabitants city that offers a lot to its visitors.
|From Paris||02:54||€ 20|
|From Rennes||00:44||€ 15|
|From Le Mans||02:06||€ 40|
|From Brest||01:10||€ 20|
|From Dinan||00:46||€ 11|
|From Morlaix||00:41||€ 13|
|From Guingamp||00:15||€ 9|
|From Lannion||00:47||€ 13|
Getting around From St Brieuc, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
|To Guingamp||00:26||€ 9|
|To Dinan||02:52||€ 9|
|To Lannion||03:09||€ 11|
|To Rennes||03:31||€ 14|
|To Brest||03:42||€ 19|
|To Le Mans||04:36||€ 28|
|To Paris||05:08||€ 20|
St Brieuc city guide
St Brieuc, a travel through history.
St Brieuc is located on the Channel Sea, in northwestern France. Staying in St Brieuc, that is all Brittany that is waiting for you. It is a 46.000 inhabitants city that offers a lot to its visitors.
Megalithic sites mark out the St Bieuc’s landscape. That’s 5.000 years of history Pthat you can discover here… From Prehistory to the Viking camp, from magnificent mansions to industrial heritage, you may be spoiled for choice!
Admire the St Etienne’s cathedral built from the 12th century to the 18th century. Visit the Museum of art and history to learn more about the city. Stroll about the old centre dating back to the 14th and 15th century. Beyond the cultural heritage, St Brieuc’s bay can also boast about having a natural reserve and nature lovers will be amazed.
It enables you to have countless walks and to discover the protected fauna and flora.
St Brieuc station(s)
Interactive Rail Map
Nearby and easily reachable by train
Main cities in France
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