Tel : +33 (0)2 29 00 10 32 - Fax : +33 (0)2 29 00 10 25
Technopôle Brest-Iroise - Avenue du Technopôle
CS 83818 - 29238 Brest Cedex 3 - France
1. Airport to Brest city Center (Recommended Hotels):
- One way: 4,60E
- Return: 8,40E
Please click on your hotel to know the route from appropriate bus stop
Hôtel Le Continental : You should get down at Liberté stop and the hotel is 8 min walking.
Hôtel Océania Brest: You should get down at Liberté stop and the hotel is 4 min walking.
Hotel Saint Louis: You should get down at Liberté stop and the hotel is 6 min walking.
Citotel De La Gare: You should get down at Gare stop and the hotel is 3 min walking.
Abalys Hotel: You should get down at Gare stop and the hotel is 4 min walking.
b. Taxi (http://www.taxi-brest.com/)
- Telephone: 06 62 81 29 29
2. Hotels to TELECOM-Bretagne
- Bus Number: 28 (Plouzané par Technopole)
- Start Stop: Liberté Ségalen (Brest) direction Plouzané Bourg
- Final Stop: La Pérouse (Plouzané)
- Price: 1,35 euros (valid for 75 min) and 3,70 euros (for 1 day)
- Time: www.bibus.fr
Schedule of Bus No.28 (Direction Plouzane par Technopole) on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 20th, 21st and 22nd June 2012
You should go to the bus stop called Liberté Ségalen (Brest) direction Plouzané Bourg par technoplole and get the bus number 28. The travel time is approxmately 25-30min. You should get off the bus at La Pérouse stop.
IMPORTANT NOTE: avoid to take bus number 26 as it does not go via Telecom Bretagne.
For further details, please refer to Brest official bus website www.bibus.fr
How to reach the bus stop (Liberte Segalen) from your hotel: Click on your hotel to know the route
See Telecom Bretagne official website for additional information.
You may book a room at Télécom Bretagne's Students residence, "Maisel" located on the campus :
Please find below a selection of 6 hotels in Brest city centre.
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A prestigious graduate engineering school and a Research Centre in the field of Information Sciences and Technologies :
Located at the western edge of continental Europe, Brest is the central part of a wide metropolitan area known as "BMO" (Brest Metropole Océane), comprising 8 municipalities with an overall population of 210,000 inhabitants. Brest is the largest town in the Finistère (Land's End) with a well-developed harbour and the second military port in France.
Every year, Brest hosts several events to celebrate its long maritime history.The largest amongst those is held every four years to show tall ships.
Brest also organizes several film festivals throughout year, and in particular a European short film
festival known as "Festival Européen du Film Court de Brest".
With 23,000 students registered in 2009, Brest Métropole Océane has become a major education hub in the Finistère thanks to a multi-disciplinary University (University of Western Brittany) together with several French engineering schools, such as Télécom Bretagne, Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs de Brest (ENIB) and Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Techniques Avancées de Bretagne (ENSTA Bretagne).
In addition, Brest Métropole Océane acts as a major research centre in West Brittany, thanks to the presence of world-class research institutes including Télécom Bretagne (Institut Télécom), Ifremer (French Research Institute for Exploitation of the Sea), Cedre (Centre of Documentation, Research and Experimentation on Accidental Water Pollution), and the French Polar Institute.
For more information on Brest and its surroundings, please visit the official Tourist Office website
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Presentation of Brest [Credits: Brest Métropole Océane]
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