All the towns here enjoy the backdrop of a beautiful sea coast that attracts not too many tourists. Not in the least bit like any modern metro, it’s only once you go here that you realize that the countryside is where the real soul of France thrives! Filled with 18th century architecture, there are barely any high-rise buildings around. It’s almost touching how beautiful it all is—contagious and rather hard to resist—a perfect place to go to if you’re looking for a quiet holiday, or even honeymoon!
How to reach: The best way to reach Brittany is to land in Paris by air. From there, you can take a train to Brittany. There are two major TGV lines, one linking Paris to Nantes and Le Croisic on the south coast, and another linking Paris to Rennes and Brest.
Trip duration: You will definitely need about two to three days in Brittany but if you have time at leisure, then I would recommend spending at least five days here to really experience the place in its full glory.
Weather: The weather is pleasant all year round. In June, the temperature is a comfortable 15.5 degrees Celsius apart from a distinctly cloudy sky. And surprisingly, it doesn't snow here in the winter.
Stay: To get a real feel of the place, it’s best to stay with a French couple—or even at a homestay.