The name of the city comes from the Germanic anthroponym Gauwinus which means swamp. This destination has already been occupied by humans since the Palaeolithic and Neolithic. The discovery of polished axes proves this assertion. Around the year 832, the name of the town was first mentioned in a charter of Abbot Hilduin. To the eleventh century, the main activities of the inhabitants of the town of Gonesse were the production of wool, gaunace and bakery. At the time of the revolution, the church of the town had a treasure. However, it was sacked and the church was converted into a Temple of Reason. In 1960, the station Villiers-le-Bel-Gonesse was created and urbanization follows.
Tourism and visits to Gonesse
Many attractions are available in the town of Gonesse. Tourists, however, have the opportunity to visit the most remarkable places in the region such as Dovecote Orgemont. It dates from the fourteenth century and the fifteenth century. Another pigeon is also to see the loft of Garland is offered to visitors. For history buffs, the church Saint-Pierre-Saint-Paul twelfth century to visit. This church is impressive for the relative homogeneity of style. The ruins of the Hotel-Dieu remains a monument of the region.
The shuttle transfer allows you to visit each of these sites. You can indeed make a stop at each wonder. You just have to make a reservation and specify your route. Our transfer service also offers three types of car comfort and well-equipped as the shuttle collective VIP luxury cars and private vehicles. A serious and disciplined team will accompany you throughout the trip.
Transfer from the Paris airports to Gonesse
The town of Gonesse is located 4 km from Garges-lès-Gonesse and 16km from Paris. This destination is 8 km from the airport Charles de Gaulle Airport and 29.8 km from Orly airport.