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Discovering Lannionand its heritage

Guided tour of Lannion and its heritage

Come discover the city of Lannion from 100 years ago to today. Relive its history through its architecture and streets. An ideal and unmissable activity in Brittany!

At the discovery of Lannion and its heritage

The history of the city of Lannion is told to you at the mercy of its architecture and its streets to meet its past and its present. Its past as a small traditional town living from its port and its market until the 60s until its entry into the era of new technologies. Its present through the word actors of the art of the city. They will tell you their story, that of their work for a more sensitive and interactive visit.

If the Trégor were told to me…

o In the company of Ella or Morgane, come and discover the history of this ancient port-city nestled at the bottom of the estuary and with an unexpected destiny. Use your imagination to immerse yourself in the effervescence of the old maritime district, a mecca for international shipping, where the sandblasters unloaded their cargoes on the famous Aiguillon quays. Stroll along the cobblestones of its small medieval-style streets and look up to admire the beautiful facades of the timber-framed houses and stone buildings so emblematic of the Trégor. Who knows, you may even uncover the mysteries of the tales and legends of Brittany!



per adult

This tour includes

discovering Lannion in the company of a tour guide

Note the

practical information

Tour Schedule

  • 1.5 hour tour
  • Leaving the tourist office

Fares 2023

FullReducedChildren 7-18
Reduced price: students and job seekers

Free: children under 7

Where to buy my tickets?

  • Online on this website
  • at the reception of our Tourist Offices

Reservation required/number of seats limited.

Means of payment: cash, check, credit card


How to get to Lannion

Tourist Office – 2 quai d’Aiguillon

Parking lots in the immediate vicinity

Public transportation:

Tour Schedule 2023

  • Every Thursday at 2:30 p.m. from April 13 through September 14 except holidays
  • October 26 and November 2 as an additional

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