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Parc de la Briantais

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Parc de la Briantais

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Visit Mt. St. Michel, D-Day Beaches & Lisieux: PRIVATE CAR 3-Day Tour from Paris
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Visit Mt. St. Michel, D-Day Beaches & Lisieux: PRIVATE CAR 3-Day Tour from Paris

Enjoy this 3-day tour in the beautiful region of Normandy and visit some of the most historical, memorial, heritage, and religious places. Travel from Paris in a private car just for your group and start the trip in the Sanctuary of Lisieux to follow the footsteps of Saint Teresa, continue the second day traveling to the city of Bayeux and admire the 70 meters long middle age Tapestry, Listed “World Heritage” by UNESCO. Continue to the Landing Beaches of Normandy and the American Cemetery. On the third day visit, the Mont Saint Michel classed by UNESCO as a world heritage in 1979 and continue to the walled city of Saint-Malo known as a city of pirates. Finally, go back to Paris in your private car.
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MijnlieverdFH wrote a review Jul 2017
Heerhugowaard, The Netherlands4 211 contributions1 036 helpful votes
A wide open space in front of the castle welcomes everyone for free. The place is usually used to hold expositions and events. It is surrounded by trees and shrubs and ornamental plants and the lawn is well kept. A very nice view awaits you at the back of the castle the bay of Saint-Malo is out there. Our last attraction we visited before we left Saint-Malo
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Date of experience: August 2016
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Richard L wrote a review Sep 2016
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We walked over a rather complex root from the old city to find you could not even get a drink of water for the kid. The place was abandoned even the shops at the back where stripped out. IT is a lovely building and nice garden but don't waste your time.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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Charles S wrote a review May 2016
Greater Manchester, United Kingdom24 contributions19 helpful votes
A very peaceful location, strolling through gardens and woods of a seemingly unused chateau. There are beautiful views over the Rance estuary from a number of places in the park. The park is easy to get to by bus from St Malo Intra-Muros. We took a no. 1 bus to Balue, then a 15 minute walk, but if you don't mind changing buses you can get a no. 2, then a no. 7 right to the gates. There's also a car park. Best of all it's free! Unfortunately there's no café and picnics are "interdit" (prohibited), but there are public toilets, which are very clean.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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Sandy D wrote a review Apr 2016
Holland, Michigan290 contributions128 helpful votes
Today was our second visit to this park and the Marché aux Fleurs was being held. It is an easy bus ride starting at Porte St. Vincent Intra-Muros on a #2 bus and changing to a #7 bus at Découverte. It took about 30 minutes including waiting for the second bus to arrive at the Parc. The park itself is lovely to walk in. There are many varieties of plants and trees to look at. There is a black top path to walk on, plenty of benches to sit on and clean, free, public restrooms. They do not allow picnics. From several of the benches you have a beautiful view of Dinard, the Tour Solidor, and the Rance River. The chateau is lovely to look at but the public is not allowed inside.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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