History of the town of Bethune
Bethune is a town in France nestled in the department of Pas-de-Calais and Nord-Pas-de-Calais region. In Germanic origin, the name "Bethune" means pens. The presence of a Merovingian cemetery indicates the existence of men in the town of Bethune from the sixth century. The town is marked by Christianity. Indeed, in 502, the Bishop of Arras there built a church dedicated to the Blessed Virgin. The city was punctuated by several disasters eleventh to the twelfth century. Indeed, earthquakes, floods and even waves of plague epidemics ravaged the country and affecting people. In the twelfth century, the city was fortified.
Tourism and visits to Bethune
Many masterpieces are to visit in the city including the Belfry and its carillon. Built of wood in 1346, it was rebuilt in sandstone in 1388. It is classified as a historic monument and World Heritage of UNESCO. When you visit the town you will have the chance to see the Town Hall, the main square and the cellars of the square. Religious monuments also adorn the city including Saint-Vaast church. The church was erected in 1547. Completely destroyed, it was rebuilt in 1924. Its windows are listed as historical monuments. See also, the Saint-Pry. She was raised in 1828. The town has other remarkable monuments namely Beaulaincourt hotel. It was built in the eighteenth century. This building was the subject of a registration as a historic monument. You will also have the chance to discover charity, St. Ignatius tower and rue Sadi Carnot.
To complete your trip tourism in the city, it is necessary to use a transfer service. For this, our brand suggest you make a reservation with our agency. So, you might opt for car comfort and well equipped. Your choice will rely on the collective shuttle, car and private VIP luxury car.
Transfer from Bethune to the Paris airports
Bethune is located 32 km from Lille and 186 km from Paris. It nestles at 190 km from Paris Beauvais airport, 192 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 229 km from Orly airport.