History of Langres
Langres is a French town which is located in the department of Haute-Marne and the Champagne-Ardenne region. It is one of two sub-prefectures, which locates in the department of Haute-Marne. Langres was served for the first time by a railroad in 1857. In 1972, the town agreed with Corlée Langres.
Tourism and activities in Langres
Langres is a town that has many interesting historic sites and monuments. It is now a town of art and history through fascinating railings that attract visitors. Tourists are invited to explore the Saint-Martin church of Langres. It was built from the thirteenth century. Its facade was rebuilt in 1745 with an unusual tower in French style structure. Its steeple measuring a height of 52 meters and is characterized by four separate levels and decorated property in the Italianate style.
For lovers of history, art and history of Langres or known under the name of "Guy-Baillet Museum" Museum is a museum built in the year 1842. It offers visitors a gallery of archeology, art and history. Your visit can be distributed in a sequential way. Meanwhile, you might discover St. Mamas Langres cathedral which is not very far from the museum Guy-Baillet.
To complete your stay in Langres, you have the advantage of organizing an outing to the Claude Henriot square which was founded in 1830 in place of the old church of St. Paul. It has a bandstand and a sculpture of Jeanne Mance. You can also enjoy the walk Blanchefontaine.
To visit the city of Langres, it is essential to have a means of transportation. In fact, our company offers our transfer service based on three categories of vehicles namely collective shuttle, private car and VIP luxury car.
Transfer from Langres to Paris airports
Langres is a distance of 31 km southeast of Chaumont and 248 km from Paris. It is situated at a distance of 277 km from Orly airport, 312 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 385 km from Paris Beauvais airport.