History of town of Allouagne
Allouagne is a city in France located in the department of Pas-de-Calais and Nord-Pas-de-Calais region. In 1175, the town was known as Albania and Alloigne in 1725. In the eighteenth century, the city was known as Allouagnes. In 1801 the village took its current name. In 1975, the small village of Allouagne Schwerte is paired with a German city.
Tourism and visits Allouagne
Architectural masterpieces adorn the small village of Allouagne including Saint-Léger church. This building dates back to the early twentieth century. This building houses a reliquary containing a fragment of the tombstone of Lazarus on which Jesus wept. Pilgrimages are organized each year for several days. You should know that this building houses the baptismal sandstone dating from the sixteenth century. Crossing the village, do not miss the Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes. You will also have the opportunity to admire the castle Alincourt. It was built in the seventeenth century. This building has a typical gable no sparrow. Today the castle houses the city hall. During your visit, do not miss the castle farm. Its construction lasted from the sixteenth to the eighteenth century. For nature lovers, the town identifies many kilometers of marked trails including the mill Pano and Via Francigena road. In fact, these paths are valued and included in the pedestrian rallies. See also the former brewery of coal. Now disused, this building was built in 1929.
The Allouagne visit would be ideal if tourists contact transfer service. For this we offer you our best service with value for money. So we put at your disposal a variety of cars to suit your needs, ie collective shuttle, private car and VIP luxury car. A driver will be with you during the trip.
Transfer from of Allouagne Paris airports
The small village of Allouagne is located 6 km from Bruay La Buissiere and 186 km from Paris. It is located 199 km from Paris Beauvais airport, 200 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 237 km from Orly airport.