Border town between France and Brittany, until the beginning, Vitré had a strategic situation both for defense and economical exchange. Closed in a surrounding wall, it was during the Middle Ages one the most important Breton city. On your way, you can admire the intricate façades of the private townhouses erected in the 16th and 17th centuries by the overseas cloth traders, or the Marchands d’Outre Mer. In 1999, it got the national Town of Art and History label.

Street of the medieval city of Vitré

the church "Notre Dame" Vitre

Vitré station