History and activities in Torcy The name of the city comes from the Latin name Tortius or tertius. City Torcy has been occupied by humans since the Neolithic. This name was mentioned for the first time to the year 868. At that time, the city bore the name Torciacum. At the time of the Middle Ages, the city was invaded by the lords. One of the most famous lords of this region was Robert, Count of Dreux and brother of King Louis VII. In 1674, a Benedictine priory was built in the area of Torcy. Towards the second half of the nineteenth century, the city tends to development and is marked by the construction of schools, town hall, the new church and many others.
Tourism and visits to Torcy City Torcy has various tourist and historical sites. Visitors have the opportunity to discover. The Church of St. Bartholomew is a religious monument built in the year 1863 and was inaugurated on 5 December 1865. It is open to tours. The war memorial made by the painter Étienne Mondineu is also seen in this region. A large building is to be admired in the street Lingenfeld. The Castle is a mansion Charmettes also called Château Duval. Other sites not to be missed are the Chapel of the former Castle Park Farm Torcy and the Convent.
City Torcy is as broad as it is useful to use a transfer service to explore. In this case, we offer a variety of transport vehicles ensuring your move to the sights and Torcy to Paris airports as Charles-de-Gaulle. A driver will be at your service throughout your visit.
Transfer from Torcy to Paris airports City Torcy is located 4 km from Bussy-Saint-Georges and 23 km from Paris. It is 19.5 km from Charles-de-Gaulle airport, 25.5 km from Orly Airport and 106 km from Paris Beauvais airport.