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Highlights in Rennes
- Breton Cider
- Stade Rennais
- Saint Sauveur
- Medieval Architecture
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Types of Rennes holiday rentals
Are you looking for cheap rentals in Rennes for a weekend getaway or to enjoy a few days discovering all the charms of the Brittany region? At Holidu we offer you the possibility of finding your perfect accommodation in less than a minute. Thanks to our search engine of tourist rentals for rent between private individuals, you can find many rentals in the centre at a very affordable price. But if you prefer, you can also stay in the suburbs, in places like Saint-Gregorie or Cesso-Sevigne. Most have capacity for 2, 4 and 6 people, which makes them ideal for couples and families with children. Many of them with terrace or garden, and almost all with parking, so you won't have to worry about finding a place to leave your car in the centre. You will find from more modern rentals fully equipped to others with rustic style and very cosy. Many of them are located in buildings of traditional architecture, which gives them a lot of charm. Don't wait any longer to book your rental in Rennes and come and enjoy a perfect stay!Why book a letting in Rennes?
Rennes is a city that traps the traveller with the cheerful atmosphere of a modern, well-connected and creative region. Famous for its university and cultural dynamism that offers fun and numerous surprises at every step. Its beautiful historical streets, impressive facades, exquisite restaurants, luxurious boutiques and magnificent concert hall complement the offer of a destination that everyone should visit at least once in a lifetime. Without forgetting, of course, the famous Lices Market, one of the most beautiful in France, full of flavours and colours. Can you imagine being able to taste delicious oysters on a terrace in front of the market? Walk through the Botanical Garden? Walk among the boutiques that have completely transformed the concept of going shopping? Stop to enjoy a traditional crepe? All this and much more is what awaits you if you decide to rent a letting in Rennes for your next holiday.
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The area and how to find your way around
Rennes is currently one of the most important cities in France. The capital of the department Ille and Vilaine and of the region Brittany, is located only 50 kilometres from the English Channel. In fact, thanks to this circumstance it is possible to get from the city to London, passing through Paris, without any problem thanks to Eurostar's train service. On the other hand, it borders on other interesting locations such as Nantes, Le Mans and Alençon, so many of those who seek holiday rentals there do so trying to know the northwest and central area of the country.The best areas to rent a letting in Rennes
Rennes is the capital of the region of Brittany and one of the referents of the interior tourism within the Gallic country. Undoubtedly, its origin is really remote, which, together with its traditional character, has achieved that its streets still have the same appearance that several centuries ago. In fact, most tourists who come to the city and book holiday rentals do so seeking to immerse themselves in its unique atmosphere. In this sense, the studios and rentals of one or several rooms are the most common houses within the offer of lodging of the locality, although it is also possible to find attics, rural houses and chalets of greater dimensions and with excellent views. The old town and the Santa Ana district, which still preserves countless buildings of medieval aesthetics, are undoubtedly the best places to book a letting in Rennes.
Types of travellers and activities
Rennes is considered a city with a magnificent youthful and festive atmosphere. Without a doubt, music plays a fundamental role in making this happen. In fact, throughout the year, its territory hosts up to 5 different music festivals that accommodate all kinds of genres. Theatre and art are also an indisputable part of its magnificent cultural offer. So, if you decide to rent a letting in Rennes and are a great music lover, you can't miss the opportunity to go to one of the many shows that make up the city's cultural program throughout the year.Rennes for history lovers
Rennes is one of the French cities with the largest number of historic buildings in its old town. In fact, this is characterised by narrow streets with constructions with wooden facades half-timbered that were very typical in the fourteenth century. For this reason, strolling through the streets of the centre without direction is one of the best ways to enjoy and fall in love with the city. It also has a number of monuments worth visiting such as St Peter's Cathedral, Saint Sauveur Basilica or the Rennes Opera House. Rent a letting in the centre of Rennes and you won't have to spend a minute travelling to see them all!
Did you know that Rennes is the smallest suburban city in the world?
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The Rennes Opera House is a building of great artistic value designed by Charles Millardet and built by Pierre Louise. It is located just in front of the town hall building and was inaugurated in 1836. Every week events are held and functions are performed inside, so you have a magnificent opportunity to enjoy a performance in a unique environment.2. Lose yourself in the old town
You don't have to walk in any particular direction. The old town of Rennes has such a medieval charm that you'll be delighted to lose yourself in its streets. In fact, the locals speak of a labyrinth in which stately mansions of great artistic value are interspersed with simple houses provided with wooden framework typical of the fifteenth century.3. Attend a game at the Satade Rennais Football Club
Rennes has one of the oldest football teams in France. In fact, it was founded in 1901 and has been playing in the country's Ligue 1 for many years. So, if you love the beautiful game, you can take the opportunity to travel to the Stade de la Route de Lorient, now known as Roazhon Park, and enjoy a great footballing spectacle.4. Taste a delicious crepe at the Bistrot a Tartines
There is no official record that Rennes is the city in the world with the highest number of creperies per street. And no matter where you look for holiday rentals, you're sure to find plenty of local specialties in the surrounding area. In this sense, one of the most traditional is the Bistrot a Tartines, which prepares them in an absolutely delicious way. To make it taste even better, accompany it with a good glass of Breton cider.5. Visit to the Parliament of Brittany
It is one of the main tourist jewels of the city. An impressive building that has lived through a tragic history through numerous destructions, but still stands. The most curious thing is that, despite its name, parliament never exercised itself as such, but as a court of justice. In fact the historical capital is shared with Nantes and Vannes.