Marine Bioresources - 8 > 12 octobre 2018

Come to Brest

Getting to Brest is easy: by plane, train, car and even by boat, the tip of Brittany reaches out to you.
 

By car :

Brest is connected by two main highways:

  • the N12 connecting Brest to Rennes (245 km) or to Paris (596 km) along the north coast of Brittany.
  • the N165 from Nantes to Brest (296 km) which is the southern route of Brittany

These two highways are toll-free all along.

By train:

A high speed rail (LGV) connects Brest to Paris in an average time of 3h 25 min (3:13 for the shortest trip). 10 connections are provided daily between Paris and Brest.
Regional train (TER) provides connections to Nantes, Rennes and throughout the West.

By plane:

The Brest-Bretagne International Airport is the main Breton airport, with more than one million passengers a year passing through its terminals.
It offers 23 international connections (London, Barcelona, Prague ...), nine flights a day to Paris and four flights a day to Lyon.
A shuttle bus connects the airport to the Tram, seven days a week starting at 5.30 am up to 11 pm.​

By  boat:

Ships from Brittany Ferries from Plymouth, Bilbao and Cork, dock in Roscoff, 65 km from Brest.

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Organised by
  • Brest Métropôle
  • Technopôle Brest Iroise
With the support of
  • Union Européenne
  • Région Bretagne
  • Caisse des dépôts

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