Car Hire St Nazaire Railway Station
St Nazaire Railway Station is the passenger railway station serving the French town of St Nazaire. St Nazaire Railway Station was designed by Noel Lemaresquier with a functional and maritime style, and it was built in 1995 in anticipation of the arrival of the LGV Atlantique and replaced an older station the town developed by the Chemin de Fer a Paris a Orleans railway. St Nazaire Railway Station is located to the north of the town, to make access easier there is a bridge linking the station to the main town centre. St Nazaire Railway Station is served by both the TGV and the regional trains and buses of the TER Pays de la Loire. The TGV train from St Nazaire Railway Station provides connection to Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Lille and Strasbourg.
Top Attractions Within St Nazaire Railway Station
Le Sabayon is a wonderful restaurant located in St Nazaire, near the St Nazaire Railway Station. The restaurant has a traditional French menu that consists in many types of cheese, French wine, sea food, frogs and oysters. The menu is refined, classic and presented in an original and elegant manner. Not only are the dishes delicious, but also the desserts. From crepes to other kinds of chocolate specialities.
Le Bistro Bio in St Nazaire, near St Nazaire Railway Station is the place where everything on the menu is bio and very healthy. The menu is very original and refined, and the main feature of it are the bio products used in the process of cooking. The dishes are presented in a very elegant manner and a cosy and intimate ambiance. The staff is very friendly and willing to cater to the need of every customer.
Pizzeria L'Olivier in St Nazaire, near St Nazaire Railway Station is the place where can have the most delicious pizza in St Nazaire. The dishes are originally Italian and consist in the infamous pizza and pastas. The desserts are also fantastic here and presented in an elegant manner.