How to get to North Brittany ?

To come, choose the mode of transport that suits you. Now, North Brittany is only 2h15 from Paris by TGV !

Travel to North Brittany

Looking for information or practical advice? Here are some useful contacts for preparing your holiday in North Brittany. With 5 main train stations, 4 airports, 2 harbours and a motorway free from Rennes : it is easy to move and to discover the area !

Train station, airport and harbour in north brittany

By car

Located in western France, North Brittany is served by two motorways: the A81 to and from Paris and the A84 to and from Normandy.

Saint-Brieuc -> Calais: 5h35

Saint-Brieuc -> Bruxelles: 7h15

Saint-Brieuc -> Cherbourg: 2h55

Saint-Brieuc -> Amsterdam: 9h40

Saint-Brieuc -> Saint-Malo: 1h10

Saint-Brieuc -> Köln: 8h55

Saint-Brieuc -> Roscoff: 1h20

Saint-Brieuc -> München: 12h40

Saint-Brieuc -> Paris: 4h30

Saint-Brieuc -> Genève: 8h50

By train

From UK, Belgium, Netherland..., you can easily travel to North Brittany with a simple change in Paris. It takes 2h15 to travel from Paris Gare Montparnasse to Saint-Brieuc. The TGV stops at the main train stations in Côtes d'Armor: Lamballe, Saint-Brieuc, Guingamp, Plouaret, Lannion.

Information and bookings from Europe on

From London St Pantras: 5h50
From Bruxelles Midi: 4h30
From Amsterdam Centraal: 7h00

By plane

Lannion-Pink Granite Coast airport: Flight from Paris (1h20) everyday
Dinard airport: Flights from London Stansted (1h15) and East-Midlands (1h10) everyday
Rennes international airport: Flights from 17 European destinations everyday
Brest international airport: Flights from 21 international destinations everyday

By ferry

Saint-Malo: Daily liasons from Portsmouth, Jersey and Guernesey

Roscoff: Daily liason from Plymouth
Weekly liaisons from Bilbao and Rosselare
From march to november weekly liaison from Cork

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Tourism information

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