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24, chemin de Borde Rouge –Auzeville – CS52627
31326 Castanet Tolosan CEDEX - France

Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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How to get here?

Access Map

By car

  • The Saint-Gilles site (16, le clos (ex-domaine de la Prise), F-35590 Saint-Gilles; GPS: 48.1452,-1.830114) can be reached by car by taking the route D21 from Saint-Gilles in the direction of l’Hermitage. Coming from Saint-Gilles, the site is on the right-hand side of the road.
  • The Rennes site (65 rue de Saint Brieuc, F-35042 Rennes; GPS: 48.113538,-1.705134) is located on the campus of Institut Agro Rennes-Angers.
  • The Méjusseaume site (F-35650 Le Rheu; GPS: 48.117274,-1.792295) is located near the main site of the INRAE Center of Bretagne Normandie.

By train

Rennes can be reached directly by high-speed train from the Montparnasse railway station in Paris. Depending on intermediate stops, the duration of the trip will be between 2h05 and 2h20. At the railway station, you can either take a taxi or take the metro + bus (only for the Saint Gilles and Rennes sites).

By plane

Rennes St-Jacques airport can be reached from Paris - Charles de Gaulle airport through 3 daily flights. Other airports with direct flights to Rennes include Lyon, Toulouse, Marseille, Nice and Southampton. Take a taxi from the airport to one of the three PEGASE sites.

By metro and bus (from Rennes)

The option is available only for the sites at Saint-Gilles and Rennes.

For the St-Gilles site:
From the railway station in Rennes, take the metro in the direction of station J.F. Kennedy and exit at the station “Villejean Université”. Then take bus n° 52 (direction Saint-Gilles) and exit at bus stop “Saint Gilles Centre”. From there, it will be a 500-meter walk to reach the INRAE site.

For the Rennes (Institut Agro Rennes-Angers) site:
 From the railway station in Rennes, take the metro in the direction of station J.F. Kennedy and exit at station “République”.  Then take bus n° 4 (direction Beauregard, bus stop Marboeuf) or bus n° 53 (direction Vezin, L’Hermitage and La Chapelle Thouarault, bus stop Agrocampus).