Rennes is a city in France and one of the famous tourist attractions. Rennes, the central city of Brittany and with many cultural heritage, has many events throughout the year. It is also said that this town is home to many students, and about 60,000 students live there. The reason is that Rennes has two well-known universities, Rennes 1st and 2nd Universities. The field of education is substantial. The half-timbered buildings of the first half of the 17th century still remain, and you can enjoy the modern scenery.
A town located in the western part of France, it has long been the center of Brittany.
It is said that the history of Rennes began when the people of the Kingdom of Armorica created a settlement called Condate at the confluence of the rivers. In the 200’s, in preparation for threats from foreign enemies, Rennes was protected by brick walls, and Rennes became famous as the “Red Town”. In the Middle Ages, Rennes functioned as the capital of the Duchy of Brittany, and although it was severely damaged in World War II, it has been reconstructed.
Summers are comfortable and winters are very cold. Temperatures range from 2 ° C to 24 ° C throughout the year.
The official language of France is French. English is also spoken in tourist areas and urban areas.
France is not very safe. Please be aware that there are dangerous areas in big cities such as Paris due to the background of accepting immigrants.
Most of them are white, but the number of blacks is increasing due to the recent acceptance of immigrants
Sightseeing Spot 1: Tabor Park
The most beautiful park in France. French garden art, English garden, rose garden with 2000 varieties of flowers, etc.
Sightseeing Spot 2: St. Pierre Cathedral
It has a long history and is a popular spot for tourists. The beautiful vaulted ceiling is wonderfully eye-catching. General tourists can also participate in worship services.
Sightseeing Spot 3: Squirrel Marche
The squirrel morning market every Saturday, which has been around since 1622, is a must-see. The main square is lined with Brittany’s finest products.
Sightseeing Spot 4: Brittany High Court
It is a building that symbolizes Renne. The paintings of the 17th century and the interior of Europe’s only ceiling are wonderful and can be visited all year round.
Sightseeing Spot 5: Pinault Collection Exhibition
In 2021, about 100 works by 50 artists will be open to the public at the Jacobin Monastery.
Accommodation is reasonably good. Tickets and accommodations can be booked from the links below. It also supports other languages.