Morlaix, three hills, and so much more! Morlaix is a little city if Brittany, in the North-western part of France. Known as the town of three hills, Morlaix provides beautiful and colored half timbered houses and picturesque cobblestone streets. Let yourself be tempted by this lovely (...)
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Morlaix, three hills, and so much more!
Morlaix is a little city if Brittany, in the North-western part of France. Known as the town of three hills, Morlaix provides beautiful and colored half timbered houses and picturesque cobblestone streets. Let yourself be tempted by this lovely place.
By train or by sea, by foot of by bike, discover the town and the bay of Morlaix. Explore the typical circuitous alleyways.
Start at the tourist office, under the viaduct, and find the St Melaine Gothic church, traces of the old ramparts, and other hidden treasures. Visit the "french Alcazar", the 16th century Bull Castle erected on an Morlaix’s bay island. If you like museum, head the 12th century old convent of Jacobins, in which you will find Archeology, entomology, fines Arts and curio collections.
Nature, culture or both, you will love staying here and experience Morlaix and this celtic region of Brittany.
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- "Convenient travel" Gabriella k. 16/09/2015
This is the second time I have used Raileurope to travel back and forth between Paris and Morlaix. It is very easy, and economical. I plan to do it again in the future.
- "Jordan’s Trip" Simon h. 19/08/2014
My son actually traveled this trip and he said all went well.
- "Not an optimal journey!" Mary Kay k. 31/07/2014
We unfortunately traveled during peak hours and could not obtain a guaranteed seat in addition to having to change trains with a bunch of luggage as we had a 3 week journey. My husband is disabled and there was no way to get to the platform without dragging our bags down and up a few flights of stairs (no disability options). It was very challenging!
- "Paris to Morlaix with family" Marc c. 08/07/2014
My husband, our 3 children, and I loved our experience on the TGV train from Paris to Morlaix. It was a beautiful, fast, smooth, quiet, on-time journey. Staff was very courteous.