Discover the best top things to do in Reze, France including Village de Trentemoult, Jardin des Plantes, SKYWAY Simulation, Cote Sud Cabaret, La Maison Radieuse (Le Corbusier), Passage Pommeraye, Le Voyage A Nantes, Parc de Proce, Les Machines de L'ile, Cathedrale de Saint-Pierre et Saint-Paul.
Restaurants in Reze
4.5 based on 478 reviews
All these colorful houses, these restaurants at the water, get lost in the streets for an hour, it is so beautiful and lovely !! Even our kids of 4 and 7 years old really liked it. A must-see if you are in Nantes or the region !
4.5 based on 2 reviews
The Botanical Garden: at the heart of plants The Botanical Gardens of Nantes, with 7 hectares of green spaces in the centre of town, more than 10,000 living species, 800 square metres of greenhouses and more than 50,00 flowers planted each season, holder of the Remarkable Garden label, is among the four leading botanical Gardens in France. The collections have developed and specialised over 150 years. The Botanical Garden, which is both a scientific and a pleasure garden, has become a world reference, especially for its camellia collection which is unique in France, for the culture of epiphytic* plants in a semi-natural setting and for its permanent concern for the re-introduction of rare species. As an example we will cite the wild tulip, which disappeared in the 1970s and was reintroduced in 2010 in the vineyards of the region. Its great beauty in all seasons and its remarkable specimens (Hectot's Magnolia, American tulip tree and more recently a Wollemi pine, etc.) make the Botanical Garden a major tourist attraction in Nantes, visited every year by more than 1.2 million visitors. * Plants that grow on other plants without being parasites. The Botanical Garden Rue Stanislas-Baudry - Nantes Summer: 8:30 am - 8 pm Spring, autumn: 8:30 am - 6:30 pm Winter: 8:30 am - 5:30 pm Tram line 1, SNCF train station stop Bus 12, SNCF train station stop Greenhouse visit (by reservation) Wednesday: 3:15 pm Thursday: 12:30 pm Friday: 3 pm Saturday: 3 pm and 4 pm (all year round); 5 pm (from 15 January to 17 November). Sunday: 10 am, 11 am, 3 pm and 4 pm (all year round); 5 pm (from 15 January to 17 November). Additional services Orangery cafe Restaurant - Tearoom Merry-go-round All year round from 10 am to 6 pm
We had a pleasant walk round this park. Lots of really interesting trees and bushes as you can see from the photos others have put on.
There was lots of work going on in the park to keep it neat and tidy and the effort that gets put in is plain to see in the Gardens. so well done to them.
Good place for a walk even if you are not a garden person
5 based on 74 reviews
Skyway Simulation is a unique aeronautic simulation center in France and accessible to all, from the age of 12 years old. The center is provided with 4 fighter plane simulators type Mirage 2000 and one airliner simulator type B777. Each session is supervised by professionnal pilots to assist you throughout your session. New in Nantes !
Très beau centre, excellents contacts à l'accueil, coaching avec un pilote attentif, briefing pour une adaptation rapide et en route pour un maximum de sensations. Ai passé un excellent moment. A refaire. Je recommande
4.5 based on 38 reviews
We attended the last performance of the season at the caberet Coté sud we were a table of eleven, celebrating a friends birthday. We all had a good time. The show was very funny and we all had a good laugh, we were entertained from the moment we got there until the moment we left! A great day.!
4 based on 38 reviews
We went to Trentemoult and asked for the town centre.. there isn't one! We looked for things to do in the area and found out about this Le Corbusier apartment building. A friendly lady took us there in her car, and we thought it was a treat to unexpectedly see a Corbusier building. We ventured inside, but would have liked a guided tour to be able to see and learn more. It's good to stay just a little bit longer to get the feel of the place. Reze as a town is as boring, but much uglier than Trentemoult. We left as soon as we had finished our visit to the building.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
A narrow passage covered with a glass ceiling consisting of three levels of shopping galleries.
We stayed at Hotel Pommerade, so this was on our doorstep and we walked through it every day on our way around Nantes. Very high class and ornate - each day we found something new to goggle at, but our wallets and purses stayed firmly in our pockets!!!
4.5 based on 472 reviews
If you follow the green line you will cover all the highlights of le voyage a Nantes. It's around 12 Km long and you won't lose your way. It's a very smart way for sight seeing. We enjoyed it a lot.
4.5 based on 253 reviews
We stopped off here enroute to Nantes on the first day we arrived and what a lovely first impression. The park is huge, and well looked after. The sun was shining and there were lots of people just sitting relaxing or Reading books. Many of the chairs were the same, so I believe they will loan you chairs to sit on if you don't want to sit on the grass. (not sure if there is a charge for this). I could have sat here enjoying the silence for ages but teenage children were less impressed.
Easy free parking around the outside of the park, if you're in the area and its a lovely day you'd be a fool to dismiss it.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
The Machines de l’Ile is an artistic and a tourist project. It is a blend of the invented worlds of Jules Verne, the mechanical universe of Leonardo da Vinci, and the industrial history of Nantes, on an exceptional site in the former shipyards. A ride on the 12-meter tall Great Elephant, climb aboard the Marine Worlds Carrousel of 27 moving sea creatures or the Heron Tree to fly over the hanging Gardens.
Well worth a visit if you are in the area. The machines created have the form of surreal animals and impress by their imagination. Great place for small & big children although it can get busy.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
This Gothic Cathedral features a high nave and many tombs, including that of François II.
The construction of Nantes Cathedral, officially called La Cathédrale Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul (or simply Cathédrale Saint-Pierre in the vicinity) took more than 400 years to complete. Begun in 1434, it took 457 years to finish, finally reaching completion in 1891. Since 1862 it has been listed as a historic monument in France. The striking white stone is especially impressive and the rich colors of the stained-glass windows make for a striking contrast. The architecture in this classic Gothic Cathedral, with the imposing main nave and aisles, great organ and the immense inner column all combine to create a Gothic atmosphere inside the Cathedral and make it even more memorable than others, such as Note Dame and Quimper. The beautiful Tomb of Francis II, the Duke of Brittany, and his second wife, Marguerite de Foix the parents of local heroine Anne of Bretagne, with its haunting sculptures of white Carrara marble is considered to be a French renaissance masterpiece. Also noteworthy is the tomb of Gen. Juchault de Lamoricière, a Nantes native and a great African campaigner; sculptor Paul Dubois completed the tomb in 1879.
The cathedral's crypt, dating from the 11th century, shelters a museum of religions. The Cathedral was bombed heavily on June 15th, 1944; this necessitated a prolonged restoration which was almost completed in January 1972 when a disgruntled labourer started a massive conflagration with a blow torch. The restoration is nearing complete; an attempt was made to reconstruct the decor of the west façade to the state it was originally in the fifteenth century. This restoration proceeds on the other facades. The cathedral's crypt, dating from the 11th century, shelters a museum of religions. All in all well worth a visit.
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.