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To practise your colloquial French:
- Walk in the city & ask your way around, with a visit to the Tourist Office
- Going shopping (shops, supermarkets, markets)
- Visit to a café, lunch/dinner out
- Taking the bus/metro
- Wine/Food tasting
- Cooking lessons
- Visit the city & its monuments (Cathedral, Parliament House, medieval quarter, etc.) with a guided tour
- Museums: Fine Arts Museum, Museum of Brittany, Contemporary Art Centre (La Criée), Science Museum/Planetarium, Design Galleries, Artist Workshops
- Theatres (TNB-National Theatre of Brittany, Salle Guy Ropartz, La Paillette, etc.), Opera, Cine-Clubs, Concert Halls (jazz, classical)
- Travelling: cinema festival (March)
- Mythos: tale, song and poetry festival (April)
- Agitato: dance festival (May)
- Les Tombées de la Nuit: street and sound festival (July)
- Yaouank: Breton dance festival (November)
- Les Transmusicales: international festival of electro pop music (December)
And for the fit ones, they can take part in the Semi-Marathon of Rennes (October), go jogging or walk along the banks of La Vilaine river or in one of the beautiful public gardens, go to the swimming-pool or to the gym, play tennis and use the public bicycles that can be hired at docking stations everywhere in town.
Rennes, Capital of Brittany, is one of the most beautiful cities in France, with its numerous historical buildings and beautiful public gardens set on and around the Vilaine river. It is also a very vibrant city offering many cultural events and wellknown festivals. In addition there are numerous cafes and restaurants to be enjoyed.
Below are a few examples of activities you can enjoy in the afternoon/evening.
Package price to be confirmed according to the
quantity and type of activities you choose
Stay one week and learn French in one of the most vibrant French cities