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Dinan

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Dinan is in Brittany.

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Dinan is a medieval town in the department of Côtes-d'Amor, popular with tourists because of its picturesque timber houses, ramparts and stone walls.

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1 Dinan Train Station.Daily services from Rennes. Apart from Rennes services, Dinan also has trains running to and from St Brieuc and Dol-de-Bretagne.

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  • 1 Dinan Castle, Place du Guesclin, +33 2 96 39 45 20. Château de Dinan (Q312445) on Wikidata Château de Dinan on Wikipedia

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  • Fête des Remparts, 21 Rue du Marchix. Takes place in July each year. Thousands of visitors descend on the town, many dressed in full medieval costume, Even if history isn't your thing, it's worth seeing. Though it is very crowded, so may not be to everyone's liking.


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