How do I get from Rennes to Mont Saint Michel?

How do I get from Rennes to Mont Saint Michel?

There is no direct connection from Rennes to Le Mont-Saint-Michel. However, you can take the train to Pontorson – Mont-Saint-Michel, take the walk to Gare SNCF, then take the bus to Le Mont-Saint-Michel. Alternatively, you can take the drive to Le Mont-Saint-Michel.

How much is the bus from Rennes to Mont St Michel?

Overview: Bus from Rennes to Mont Saint-Michel

Distance 37 miles (59 km)
Average bus duration 1 h 10 min
Average bus ticket price $8 (€7)
Direct bus Yes
Bus providers SNCF | Autocar, SNCF | Autocar, BlaBlaCar or SNCF | TGV

How much is the train from Paris to Rennes?

Paris to Rennes by train

Journey time From 1h 26m
Price From €4
Distance 191 miles (308 km)
Frequency 19 trains per day
First train 06:59

Is Rennes worth visiting?

Rennes is not often mentioned on tourist guides but this medium size town is well worth a visit. It has more than 200,000 inhabitants, of whom about 60,000 are students. This gives the town a vibrant nightlife. Some streets, such as the Rue Saint Michel, have only bars on both sides.

How do you get to Mont St Michel without a car?

By ‘passeur’ shuttle bus Just outside the tourist information centre, you’ll find the passeur shuttle bus to take you to the Mont-Saint-Michel. It’s free, and runs without interruption from 7:30am to midnight. The journey takes about 12 minutes and is easy to use for people with mobility issues.

Is Mont St Michel worth visiting?

Mont St Michel is a small island off the coast of Normandy and Brittany that is most famous for its magnificent Romanesque-Gothic abbey buildings. Despite the crowds, the tiny village and especially the abbey are well worth visiting.

How do I get to Rennes from UK?

You can take a train from London King’s Cross to Rennes via Paris Nord, Gare du Nord, Montparnasse Bienvenue, and Paris Montparnasse Hall 1 – 2 in around 4h 48m. Alternatively, you can take a bus from London Victoria to Rennes via Paris City Centre – Bercy Seine in around 14h.

Why go to Rennes?

Not only is Rennes home to the region’s Museum of Brittany, it also boasts a science museum with planetarium and an ecomuseum located on one of the largest farms on the outskirts of the city to educate visitors of all ages in agriculture and animal husbandry.

Is Rennes safe?

OVERALL RISK : MEDIUM. Generally speaking, Rennes is not a too dangerous place to visit, and people spend holidays without any kind of trouble. However, you should follow all the above-mentioned advice and especially avoid demonstrations wherever possible.