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Guingamp, a little city, an impressive heritage!

Welcome to the lovely northwestern town of Guingamp, in France. This 7.500 inhabitants city can boast about being classified "Ville d’art et d’histoire", thanks to its important heritage and its beauty. Castle, medieval houses, old religious buildings, you will have a lot to see!

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Having a walk in the centre you will face the Town Hall, that used to be a monastery back in the 17th century. Stroll around the Centre square and see the La Plomée fountain.

Head Guingamp’s school and admire the 15th and 16th half-timbered houses facades. You should visit the Notre Dame du Bon Secours basilica, a remarkable building blending romanesque, gothic, and renaissance style architecture. The castle built from the 12th century to the 15th century is also worth the detour.

The ancient prison is visible and will certainly amaze you. Of course, all around the town, beautiful villages and landscapes are waiting for you.

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  • Value for money
    TWO TRAINS JOINED TRICK | Lisa s. | 2014/10/05
    "We didn't realise that there was in fact two trains joined together. At Rennes the trains separate and the first train goes on to Brest. We had asked three rail employees for assistance to our seating but we spoke little French and they spoke no English. We had paid for 1st class. We had got on to the back of the train so our section stayed behind in Rennes. We then had a delay of 1 1/2hrs which turned into 3 1/2 hrs (delay) to get to Guingamp. It did make things difficult as we had friends waiting for us who had driven 1/2hr to pick us up. Other than that our trip was enjoyable!!! Note to self: Always get on the front of the train and ask everyone in the carriage if they can speak English to assist you……. "

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    Not quite first class | Earle l. | 2013/06/10
    "It was great to be able to have a direct connection from Brittany to Paris, with easy connections into the Metro. The booking "