History of the town of Arsonval
The municipality of Arsonval is located the department of Aube and the Champagne-Ardenne region. Of Roman origin, Arsonval town already existed in the twelfth century. The town has been known under the name Arzunval in 1145. This term comes from the old name Arçon and Val. Vallis in Latin, it means valley. It is the sixteenth century that the city took the name of Arsonval.
Tourism and visits Arsonval
You can, during a guided tour, enjoy all civil and religious architecture of this town. Indeed, the small village of Arsonval has preserved all its assets over the centuries.
Discover the Arsonval church. Under the patronage of Saint-Martin, the church has been the subject of a registration as a historic monument in June 1926. It was built in the twelfth century. You can discover the nave of the eighteenth century, the Romanesque tower just above the choir and some tombstones.
Do not miss the Gallo-Roman oven in common Arsonval. It was unearthed in 1965. The latter is built along the Roman road. It is partly demolished, but you can see half of its structure.
Other attractions are still visible in the locality including Lukin Museum, the old mill and the remains of the Roman voice Langres. You should know that part of it was destroyed in the nineteenth century.
The city tour d’Arsonval is ideal for a vehicle. However, we recommend that you contact our transfer service. When booking, do not hesitate to make the choice between collective shuttle, car and private VIP luxury car.
Transfer from Arsonval to Paris airports
The small village of Arsonval is located 40 km from Chaumont and 183 km from Paris. This destination is 223 km from Orly airport, 243 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 319 km from Paris Beauvais airport.