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Flore Submarine base, Lorient
(4/5 based on 260 reviews on the web)
Open the impressive 30-ton door to enter Flore Submarine base, complete with a submarine and an interactive museum. Practically destroyed in World War II by German submarines, Lorient has a strategic position in south Brittany making this base a great choice to really learn about the culture of the area. Experience the daily life of a sailor in the "Vulcain" with reproductions of an engine room, living quarters, weapons systems, and an operations room. Plan to see Flore Submarine base and other attractions that appeal to you using our Lorient itinerary maker.
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  • An essential step if you pass by Lorient for a historic page l arsenal military .what would watch schedules opening :) (very easy on their site). After a historic entry into the previous Museum your climb on board the Sub marine flora, you are plunged into this ship as it was before its dismantling. Nothing was touched or changed and I think that is the strength of this tour narrated by former under sailors in your audio guide (free) which plunges you into the lives of the sailors in the flora. a pleasant visit for the family for a reasonable budget
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  • Vacationing in Lorient we visited the submarine base and we thought visit this building but not luck we were off schedule. Damage
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  • Never set foot in a black ship? We must go there. It smells good. The tour is guided using an audio headset eyes and sense of smell do the rest.
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