Shuttle transportation from Villejuif to Paris airports
History and activities in Villejuif
The name of the city comes from Villejuif Villa Judea is the name of a Gallo-Roman settlement called Juvius. Based on archaeological excavations in the city, the researchers were able to prove that the origin of the destination back between prehistory and the Gallo-Roman period. In the Middle Ages, agricultural activities were important in the eyes of locals. From the seventeenth century, agriculture adds the wine trade and loess. In 1870, the city of Villejuif was marked by the Prussian invasions. The nineteenth century brought throughout the city regarding industrialization and modernization.
Tourism and visits to Villejuif
Various monuments are to be found in the city of Villejuif. The Church of Saint-Cyr-Sainte-Julitte is a church of the twelfth century and completely renovated in 1535. This religious monument was recorded October 19, 1928. The other monuments are in Villejuif Le Mire called Cassini, Stade Karl-Max, the Old City of the Harbour and Hunts School Group Karl-Max. Tourists also have the opportunity to see the two war memorials in the area, including the Memorial in 1870 and the Memorial of the First World War. Farm of Saint-Roman is also provided to visitors.
Through our transfer service, tourists enjoy sightseeing in the city. We offer customers three categories of cars comfortable and well equipped. These cars include the collective shuttle, luxury cars and VIP private car. A competent driver and multidisciplinary ensure your trip, and with a friendly atmosphere.
Transfer from Villejuif to Paris airports
City Villejuif is located 2 km from Vitry-sur-Seine and 8 km from Paris. This destination is 7.6 km from Orly Airport to 33.7 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 103 km from Paris Beauvais airport.