Thanks to our wide network of professionals, we are able to offer you this interpreting service in a large number of languages.
Our interpreters, who work to and from French, are professionals with considerable experience who are specialized in their respective areas. They will work with the documentation obtained and, if necessary, prepare the meeting with the client over the telephone or face to face.
We would advise you to send the documentation a week, or at least two days, beforehand, as otherwise the quality of the interpreting service cannot be guaranteed.
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Rennes is the capital of Brittany in north-western France, some 300 kilometres west of Paris at the confluence of the rivers; Ille and Vilaine. Rennes is the perfect city for a visit, as it has a lot to offer, both culturally and historically.
What is there to do in Rennes?
– There are a plethora of tourist attractions such as, museums, art galleries, botanical gardens, parks, a market, pretty churches and Rennes football club. The city’s public transport system is good, with the metro and the bus network, it is incredibly easy to move around the city. Also worth a visit is Rennes Cathedral, as well as the nearby churches of St-Sauveur and St-Germain.
– If you are interested in art go to the “Musée des Beaux Arts” (Museum of Fine Arts), which houses a large collection, covering everything from Ancient Egypt to Modern Art. Another museum is the “Musée de Bretagne” (Museum of Brittany), exploring the region’s history.
– But if you like music, you should definitely go to Rennes Opera. Throughout the 80s, Rennes was known as the ‘City of Rock’, due to the many French artists that have emerged from here.
– Saturdays are reserved for the “Marché des Lices”, where you can buy food and flowers and a great range of other products, as it is the third biggest market in the whole of France, and spread all over Rennes’ historic centre. The same area is also home to some lovely shops, but the main shopping area starts at the Place de l’Hôtel de Ville. But there are also a plethora of malls, throughout the city, where you can get all you need.
– Food: There are around 400 restaurants and cafés, in Rennes, catering to all tastes; from normal to luxurious restaurants, from international to regional dishes. But you must try a delicious savoury or sweet crepe, one of the local specialities is the “Galette Saucisse”, for which a sausage is wrapped in a crepe. Traditionally it is eaten with mustard, cheese or on its own. It’s delicious!
– Nightlife: Although there are many bars in Rennes, the best are in the Rue St-Michel, which is better known as the Rue de la Soif (Street of Thirst). Rennes has a large student population, and therefore the city’s nightlife is buzzing, with Thursday and Saturday being the busiest nights of the week.