DAY 4 - The Pays Nantais | Day 4

Breakfast at the hotel. Departure for a visit of the Paquelais site with its eco rural museum in the country of Nantes which has more than 5,000 exhibits. The ecomuseum preserves the collective memory that is attached to its environment in order to transmit it to future generations. The local history is rediscovered through the lives of the inhabitants, their habitats, their crafts, their objects and their tools. Lunch en route to a local restaurant. In the afternoon return to Nantes for a visit to the castle of the Dukes of Brittany and its museum. Nantes was chosen as the capital of Brittany in 937. From the thirteenth to the fifteenth century, the dukes of Brittany resided in this colossal fortress and Anne de Bretagne was even born there in 1477. The castle is astounding by the difference between its austere walls. one side, and the elegance of his inner palace, of flamboyant Gothic and Renaissance styles of the other. Transfer to your hotel for dinner and overnight.