Lannion – Tips
|Calais||A16, A28, A29, A13, A84, N176, N12||6 hours||via Paris:
|Paris||A10, A11 to Le Mans, A81 to Rennes, N12||5:30 hours||TGV direct
|Dieppe||N27, A29, A13, A84, N176, N12||5 hours||via Rouen and Paris, TGV:
|Le Havre||A13 to Caen, A84, N12||4 hours||via Paris, TGV
|Cherbourg||A84, N12||3:30 hours||via Lison and Rennes:
|Marseilles||A7, A47, A72, A89, A71, A85, A28, A81, N157, E50, N12||11 hours||via Rennes (TGV), then to Plouaret Tregor (TGV):
Lannion has an airport with regular flights to and from Paris Orly airport.
Getting Around Lannion
Although they have an adequate bus service, the inner city is quite small and can be walked from one side to the opposite within 1 hour. There is a large parking next to the river and tourist office.
There are a couple of nice restaurants, an interesting one (La Ville Blanche) just outside of Lannion in a place called Rospez. Most of the 50 restaurants in Lannion are specialised in the food famous in France; the Crepe Breton.
Things To See/Things To Do
- See some of the old houses dispersed along the city.
- Visit the expo at the Ursulines convent.
- Visit theSaint-Jean-du-Baly Church
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