Private car transfer from Charles de Gaulle airport to Lens


History of the town of Lens

Lens is the Sub-prefecture of the district department of Pas-de-Calais  in France. Lens is the name of a Roman governor named Lentulus. The Battle of Lens in 1648 was to end the war of eighty years with the signing of the agreement of Westphalia. It was served by a railway linking it to Frevent. In a survey undertaken in the forest Lens, coal was discovered. She suffered extensive damage during the First World War. Towards the end of 1918, Lens was prey to famine and the Spanish flu which caused a significant loss of human life. She was also a victim of extensive destruction during the war of 1939 and 1945. In 1925, the memorial was built by Augustin Lesieux.


Tourism and activities in Lens

Lens has a remarkable heritage and historical sites. The Louis Pasteur School, Lens Train Station, major company offices mines Lens and Jean-Macé school group are classified as historical monuments. You may also go to visit the house of union miners, the memorial of the Mining Company of Lens and the memorial of the First World War Lens. Do not miss the guided tour of the Louvre-Lens. This is a museum that contains many important works with occasional exhibitions. You will also find a very interesting educational space.

To explore the city of Lens, tourists are encouraged to contact transfer service enabling them to ensure their movement around the city and its wonders. In fact, our brand aims to give you satisfaction in taking care of your transfer in Lens to Paris airports. In this case you can make the choice between our collections of cars collective shuttle, private car and VIP luxury car.


Transfer from Lens to Paris airports

Lens is located 16 km north-east of Arras and 178 km from the airport of Paris. It is situated 180 km from Charles de Gaulle airport, 181 km from Paris Beauvais airport and 218 km from Orly airport.


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