Last day to review (or discover) the works of the Voyage à Nantes

You still haven’t seen the works of the 2021 edition of Voyage à Nantes? This is really the last moment to motivate yourself. Because after two and a half months of opening to the public, the official closure of the VAN will ring at the end of the afternoon. All art installations on the street will be dismantled from Monday.

This is particularly the case with the two most emblematic works: the stranded boat, named “Le Naufrage de Neptune”, place Royale, and the rollerblading track, alias “Versus”, place Graslin. For these two, the dismantling work will last several days.

Large culinary market to finish

Another installation well known to the people of Nantes is destined to disappear: the toboggan allowing you to slide from the ramparts of the castle of the Dukes of Brittany. He too will be dismantled, after four years of existence and a lot of laughs and adventures.

As a closing, the Voyage à Nantes is organizing this Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., the Grand Marché des Pays-de-la-Loire, an event bringing together more than fifty producers and chefs under the Nefs des Machines de l ‘Isle.

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