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Tour Bretagne

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Cruise Nantes on this scenic Segway tour, which allows you to see multiple attractions up close without wearing yourself out walking. Get an overview of the city’s monuments, history, and architecture. Tour the historic Bouffay district and visit the cathedral, castle, water mirror, and other celebrated landmarks. This tour offers a choice of departure times to work with your schedule.
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Susanna M wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom3 contributions
The whole place is closed for repairs indefinitely. There are signs on the outside that seem to suggest they don’t know when it will open up again. Pretty disappointing!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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gurveerchoda wrote a review Oct 2019
Windsor and Maidenhead, United Kingdom87 contributions32 helpful votes
€1 euro entry which is not bad considering the beautiful the views of the city. The bar itself was cool and funky in terms of the set up and decor with the bird & eggs. However the atmosphere was not so appealing. We visited on a Friday night assuming this iconic bar would be buzzing with students & tourists, unfortunately there were only a handful of people and the floor was wet, there was an not so great smell and we made the decision to leave without drinks and head elsewhere. Would only recommend for a quick visit for the views
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Response from leNidNantes44, Propriétaire at Tour Bretagne
Responded 14 Oct 2019
Thank you for your comment. The floor was wet because the weather was rainy this day. For the ambience it depends of the day of your coming. Concerts and performances are regulary programmed. With pleasure to host you again. Le Nid's team
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KLB wrote a review Sep 2019
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Great views of Nantes. The cafe was definitely quirky and the kids enjoyed the egg seats and giant bird. We didn't stay for a drink however. The views themselves are fantastic, however, unless you know the area, there are no signs to what/where you are looking. My younger children also found they struggled to see over the top so had to be held for a lot of it. Worth it for the views and one of the cheapest things to do
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Response from leNidNantes44, Propriétaire at Tour Bretagne
Responded 20 Sep 2019
Hello, Thank you for your comment. Actually there are informations of what you are looking (building and landscapes) on balconies. With pleasure to host you again. Le Nid's team,
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Escape93058 wrote a review Aug 2019
65 contributions28 helpful votes
1 Euro gets you a view from up high (32nd floor) and you can have a beer. There was entertainment on too which made the atmosphere more enjoyable. Queue was a ten minute wait as you have to wait for the lift.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Julie555 wrote a review Aug 2019
Walsall115 contributions27 helpful votes
As most of the shops in France were closed on a Sunday. We decided to visit this place on a Sunday. I had checked the opening times prior to visit so knew exactly when it would be open. Arrived to a small queue of about 20 people paid one euro and went up to the 32nd floor. Fabulous views and really quirky design with the egg table and chairs. Had a coffee and just enjoyed the atmosphered. Stayed about an hour. Would definitely recommend a visit.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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