Cesson - Sevigne is a city in the Brittany region, in the northwest of France. Cesson-Sevigne, with a permanent population of about 18,000 inhabitants, should not be confused with the town Cesson, located in the Ile-de-France region, and closer to the country's center. Cesson - Sevigne is traversed by the Vilaine river, whose verdant banks give the town a rustic charm. In 2007, the town received recognition for its promotion of green spaces, receiving a rating of Grand Prix from the "Flowering Towns and Villages" contest run by the French government.
Cesson-Sevigne is built around the ancient stronghold of Sevigne, cradle of the famous Sevigne noble family. Many of its best attractions date from that time, such as the elegant Bourgchevreuil Manor and the Grippe Manor. The Musee des Transmissions, chronicling the history and achievements of telecommunications technology, is a more modern attraction. For hotels in Cesson-Sevigne, check out sites such as EasyToBook.com. This, and sites like it, make it easy for visitors to find and reserve Cesson-Sevigne hotels suitable for their budget.
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