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Brittany Tourist office

Tourist office

Le Comité régional du tourisme de Bretagne
Rue Raoul Ponchon, 1- RENNES
Tel :

Departmental committees for tourism:

Le Comité Départemental du Tourisme des Cotes d'Armor

Tel :

Rue des Promenades, 29 - SAINT-BRIEUC

Tel :

Le Comité Départemental du Tourisme du Finistère
Rue Théodore Le Hars, 11 - QUIMPER

Tel :

Le Comité Départemental du Tourisme d'Ille et Vilaine
Rue Jean Jaurès, 4 - RENNES

Le Comité Départemental du Tourisme du Morbihan
Allée Nicolas Leblanc - VANNES

Tel :

The official currency in use is Euro (€)

Opening times:
Commercial services in France are generally open Monday to Saturday from 9.00 am to 13.00 pm, and from 15 pm to 19 pm, with the exception of great malls and supermarkets in big cities, which stay open all day. Many shops remain closed on Monday and Sunday, with the exception of food retailers.

International code

0033 to call France from abroad

Required documents

Identity card for European citizens

Public holidays
Calendar of National festivities:
1st January
Easter and Easter Monday
1st May: Labour Day
8th May: Victoire 1945 (Liberation)
Ascension: 40 days after Easter
Pentecostal day: seventh Sunday after Easter
14th July: Take of the Bastille, National Feast
15th August: Assumption of the Virgin
1st November: All Saints
11th November: Remembrance day
8th December: Immaculate Conception

25th December: Christmas

Emergency numbers
Police 17
Firemen 18
Ambulance 15
European number for emergencies 112


Centre Hospitalier Bretagne Atlantique (Vannes)

Tel.: 02 97 01 41 41
Bd. Gl Maurice Guillaudot, 20 - Vannes

Centre hospitalier Broussais (Saint-Malò)

Tel.: 02 99 21 21 21
Rue de la Marne, 1 - Saint-Malò

Centre hospitalier Guillaume RĂ©gnier (Rennes)

Tel.: 02 99 33 39 00
Av. du General Leclerc, 1058 - Rennes

Time zone
+ 1 GMT

Weighs and measures
The official system in use is the metric system. All measure units (weight, distances exc..) are sized according to this system.

Official language is French. Breton is spoken in some local communities.