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Exploring Brest

Brest’s harbour is full of ships of every variety, from wooden sailboats reminiscent of the early seafaring voyages, to shiny, modern yachts. This contrast of old and new is everywhere – the sleek suspension bridge collides with medieval watchtowers, and museums of marine past sit alongside an aquarium of futuristic discovery. This is Brittany’s second-largest town, and a focal point of the region. Yet like an old sea-dog, Brest seems reluctantly land-based, the rhythm of the tide setting the pace of life.

Accommodations in Brest

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Brest is the Zen cottage, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Unknown in Brest as it has been reserved 5 times.

Check out these luxury accommodation options where guests can get fully pampered and enjoy the best services and amenities: Oceania Brest Centre and Best Western Europe Hotel.

Sightseeing in Brest

- Brest Castle

Brest Castle is the city’s oldest monument, and a truly imposing fortress, which seems to be straight from the pages of a Breton legend. Step inside its walls and you’ll be traversing through 17 centuries of history, from Roman battles right through to the D-Day bombardments. Today, part of the castle houses a section of the Musee National de la Marine. It has a stunning collection of naval artefacts, dating from the early days of sea voyages through to the modern era. With the chance to dress up as knights and princesses, as well as plenty of hands-on activities, it’s a great way to keep the kids entertained too.

- Oceanapolis

This vast and highly interactive aquarium features marine biospheres from across the planet, and offers the chance to take a dive with the tropical fish, or ride in the panoramic lift.

Transportation in Brest

Brest has its own airport, located just 10 kilometres from the city centre. Seasonal flights are available from several UK airports, and there are year-round domestic flights from all over France. There’s a regular shuttle bus which will get you to the centre in a speedy 10 minutes. Alternatively, you can hop in a taxi to go direct to your hotel. If you plan to explore Brittany more widely, it’s best to hire a car. There are also direct trains from Paris Montparnasse, with some trains running from Charles de Gaulle Airport. By TGV, the journey takes just over 4 hours.