Situated at 8km from Rennes in the Ille et Vilaine department, the Rennes Bretagne Airport (formerly known as ‘Rennes Saint Jacques’) is the 19th busiest French airport complex, (excluding the Paris airports) in terms of passenger numbers. Rennes Bretagne Airport operates flights to 120 destinations, be it direct or transit flights and handles passengers travelling to or from both French and European destinations. Rennes Bretagne Airport also handles seasonal flights to further flung, sunny destinations. A fully modernised complex, Rennes Bretagne Airport’s terminal can handle 1,000,000 passengers per year. Covering 12,000 m², the terminal building fully caters for disabled and reduced mobility passengers. Rennes Bretagne Airport has three carparks, open to passengers and visitors alike and there are 925 car parking spaces. The terminal has a business centre complete with offices and meeting rooms for hire. Amenities and services at Rennes Bretagne Airport are available seven days a week.
Rennes is a dynamic student town that is relaxing and filled with interesting attractions. During your holiday make sure you to do a walking tour of its ancient fortifications including the incredibly well preserved Portes Mordelaises and the Duchesne Tower. Moving forward in time, you’ll also find magnificent, Middle Age timber-framed houses in Rennes’ town centre. Tempting isn’t it? Don’t wait and book a flight to Rennes, the capital of Brittany and visit the majestic Parlement de Bretagne, one of the town’s ninety classified French Historic Monuments. Entirely restored, it matches the Hôtel de Ville in terms of exemplary 18th Century stone- built architecture. A part of town popular with tourists is the Champs Libres, a contemporary complex that houses the town library as well as the Musée de Bretagne and Science Museum. You can also take a stroll through Renne’s lush Thabor, Oberthür, Maurepas and Tanneurs Parks; the perfect place to unwind at the end of the day. If you haven’t sorted out where to stay, you can now reserve a hotel room close to the town’s many attractions. And once you’ve recharged your batteries in a park, you can head to the buzzing Marché de Lices, a vibrant flea market that will give you a taste of life in this delightful Breton town.