"The good city of Dinan, feudal jewel, proud walled crown set amongst the greenery, is [...] one of those rare places that one admires without restraint" Albert ROBIDA
Less visited than its Norman cousin, the city of Dinan is just as much a medieval gem not to be missed. With nearly 3 km of ramparts erected since the 13th century, the city possesses one of the most extensive and best conserved medieval outer walls in Europe.
Intimately tied to the history of Brittany, Dinan today still bears the traces of a glorious past and turbulent history.
For two hours, I will immerse you in the life of Dinan through the centuries, guiding you through picturesque passageways and sharing with you the secrets of this remarkable heritage city.