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Nantes is the capital of the north-western French region of Pays de la Loire. That said, Nantes has strong historical connections with the adjoining region of Brittany, and is the historical capital of the region (though not its official capital since the days of Napoleon).
There is an international airport in the south of Nantes. Regular connections to Paris, Lyon and other French cities. Ryanair, Cityjet, Easyjet and Flybe operate flights from the UK.
Flights from Bristol and London City Airports to Nantes Atlantique Airport are operated by British Airways(CityJet) between April to September. Cheap flights can be found via Southampton Airport to Nantes which is operated by Flybe.
By bus (TAN AIR) which runs from the center of Nantes taking 20 minutes. Also, all tram stations have a very clear tram and bus map and you will easily be able to see these methods to get to the airport.
There are very good public transportation services provided by the TAN (Transports de l'Agglomération Nantaise). It consists of 3 tram lines, a BusWay, many bus lines, and several Navibus (public boats) lines.
Nantes is a very bike-friendly city. There are bicycle lanes alongside most major roads, demarcated by green arrows, and many small streets and trails that are only accessible to pedestrians and cyclists.
What to see
Château des ducs de Bretagne - Nantes History Museum - Expositions.
Cathédrale Saint Pierre and its two crypts where the treasures and the history of the cathedral are displayed. Next to the Château des ducs de Bretagne.
Musée des Beaux-Arts (Fine Arts Museum), Rue Clémenceau. Very beautiful building with an excellent art collection and temporary exhibition.
La Chapelle de l'Oratoire. Rue Henri IV. Near to both the Castle and the Cathedral.
Place Maréchal-Foch. Contains one of the few existing statures of Louis XVI, the beheaded king, left in France
Le Passage Pommeraye. A shopping mall between la rue Crébillon and la rue de la Fosse built in the 19th century.
l'Ile de Versailles, a peaceful island in the Erdre with a Japanese garden.
Le Cours Cambronne. A few steps from la place Graslin containing imperial buildings.
La Place Mellinet. Contains some of the restored architecture in Nantes and consists of eight perfectly symmetric houses built around an octagon. 200 meters from Port and from Maillé-Brézé.