Rennes, tenth largest city in France, offers a unique quality of life with its cultural life, its historical and architectural heritage and its economic and social dynamism.
Only 2 hours away from Paris by high-speed train, Rennes is ideally located near many internationally famous places, such as the bay of Mont Saint Michel or Saint Malo…
“Métropole d’Art et d’Histoire”, Rennes is abundant in historic buildings such as the Cathédrale Saint-Pierre, the Parlement de Bretagne and the Hôtel de Ville.
Besides, Rennes is the largest student city in western France and is home to two universities and twenty ‘'Grandes écoles'' or institutes, with no fewer than 58,000 students, and 11,000 educational and research workers.
Getting around Rennes
The STAR public transport network serves all the Rennes Métropole area.
Between 5.10 am and 12.45am from Monday to Wednesday
Between 5.10 am and 1.45 am from Thursday to Saturday
Between 7.30 am and 12.45 am on Sunday and on public holidays
- Main bus routes (1,2,3,5,6,8,9)
Between 5.30 am and 12.35am from Monday to Wednesday
Between 5.30 am and 1.35 am from Thursday to Friday
Between 6.30 am to 1.35 am on Saturday
Between 8.30 am and 12.35 am on Sunday and on public holidays
Each STAR ticket is valid throughout the whole STAR network, and costs 1.50€ for one hour transport. You also can buy a book of 10 tickets which costs 13.70€.
- Main office
12 rue du Pré Botté
From Monday to Friday : 7 am to 7.30 pm
Saturday : 9 am to 6.30 pm
- Further information
Tel: +33 9 70 821 800
To rent a bicycle
Tel: +33 9 69 365 007
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