Discover the many sides of Nantes
Visit the birthplace of the famous writer Jules Verne! Book a flight to Nantes and explore this port city in the west of France. Visit the 15th-century Saint-Pierre Cathedral, the Le Maillé Brézé ship and the planetarium. Foodies will really appreciate the city centre and all of the great cafes, restaurants and terraces.
Amazing wines and the pleasures of shopping
Nantes is special for wine lovers due to its location in the Loire Valley. If you want to get away from the city, take the wine route and you’ll see various castles. It is a wonderful route that allows you to try all kinds of local wines. Nantes has a bustling shopping district that also offers many options. The best place for shopping is Passage Pommeraye, a 19th-century neo-classical shopping arcade with numerous boutiques. It has even appeared in several films. Not only is Nantes the ideal destination for weekend holidays, it’s also a perfect starting point for a longer vacation in France. Treat yourself: book a flight to Nantes now!
Unmissable museums and castles
Make sure that you visit Château des ducs de Bretagne in the centre of Nantes. The castle, which dates back to the 13th century and was formerly the administrative centre of Brittany, now accommodates Nantes’ History Museum. If you prefer modern art, there are various works by masters such as Monet, Picasso and Chagall on display in the Musée des Beaux Arts de Nantes. It’s well worth a visit!
Flights to Nantes for a unique holiday
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Curated for you
An elegant neighbourhood that evokes both 19th-century romance and 21st-century luxury. If you take a stroll through the Quartier Graslin in Nantes you'll experience a touch of Paris. Classic buildings and squares, elegant shopping street and arcades, and a famous brasserie from 1895. This neighbourhood is the perfect destination for an afternoon stroll, some shopping and a delicious lunch.
ARTS & CULTURE
In recent years, Nantes has been gaining quite a reputation for its modern art and design. But don’t overlook the historic centre of this port city: it still has a hypnotic pull on visitors. Visit the architectural treasures of the 18th-century neighbourhood Île Feydeau, a former island in the tributary of the Loire.
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