Transfer to Lorient


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If you like to travel and were in Paris, we recommend you to visit the cozy town of Lorient. You will get acquainted with the cultural heritage, history and real life of provincial France. It will be interesting for lovers of outdoor activities and those who prefer a quiet pastime. How to get to Lorient? The most convenient way is to book a transfer in advance through the service You choose the acceptable cost of the trip from the proposed options, as well as the class of cars.

Lorient is industrial, commercial and economic center of Brittany, founded in the XVII century in the mouths of the Blava River. It is the fourth largest in its region. For a long time the port developed thanks to trade cooperation with India. This can be found in the Museum of the "East India Company of France." The naval theme is revealed by the Gallery of the Navy in the citadel of Port Louis, the base of nuclear submarines and the fishing trawler La Talas, where the Museum of Oceanography is located.

Despite the fact that most of Lorient was destroyed during the Second World War, the city has preserved historical monuments. For example, Roman roads, which number more than 3000 years, or the building of the Chamber of Commerce Morgan in 1928.

In the center stands the Bolshoi Theater, where the International Celtic Festival is held annually. Up to 800,000 tourists come to the event. A favorite place for recreation is the Island of Groix, located in front of the entrance to the bay. This is the national reserve of Lorient. Visitors are attracted by pebble beaches, fragments of old buildings and picturesque nature.

Public transport is provided by buses. Opening hours are from 07:00 to 22:00. They run from the center to the far regions. There is a railway station from where you can get to the nearby cities. There are bicycle and taxi rental points.

Book your Lorient transfer or rent a car with a driver on the site Make your own excursion plan and explore the city in a comfortable environment. If you have any questions, our operators will always help you.