This street is also called Rue de la Soif or Steet of Thirst. This is a pun on the fact that it is stuffed to the gills, with pubs, and overflowing with alcohol-sellers. The street practically single handedly carries Rennes’ nightlife. Saturday nights are truly lively, but Thursday nights are when the students fill up the bars. The antics are usually memorable.
The street takes its name from a 12th century chapel that no longer exists. The half timbered houses give the streets a fetching, old charm.
- Recommended time to visit this place : till 1.00 am
- Metro Station Sainte-Anne.
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57.05% of people who visit Rennes include Rue St. Michel in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
50% of people start their Rue St. Michel visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Rue St. Michel
54.84% of people prefer walking in order to reach Rue St. Michel