History of Aigurande
Aigurande is a French town which is located in the department of Indre and the Centre region. It is also commonly known as Aigurande-sur-Bouzanne. The name comes from the Gallic Aigurande "egoranda" whose borderline significance. The history of the town dates back to the Gallo-Roman era.
Tourism activity in Aigurande
Aigurande is a town that has many tourist sites and monuments must. This is one reason why it attracts many tourists. The Notre-Dame church is a building built between the eleventh and fourteenth century. It has a prominent bell tower a vaulted nave of warheads and a chorus made up of flat bed. The windows were made in medieval style and altar was carved and gilded wood.
In addition, you can explore the Dolmen Pontets where you see five pillars, three standing and two lying on the ground. A slab was also driven by the two pillars on the ground. It is represented as a domed 3.20 m by 2 m with a thickness of up to 1m. Do not miss visiting the remains of the castle, the castle of Planet and the monument and sanctuary Bouzanne.
The park Parelles is a natural area that is ideal for your relaxation. You could enjoy the peace and harmony with nature during your visit. Also, you will be walking tours crossed streams, snaked a hill to explore Dordorin the cliff or chestnut.
To admire the city Aigurande, tourists are invited to use a transfer service allowing them to move quickly and easily in the village. Indeed, our transfer service offers three kinds of vehicle choices, including collective shuttle, private car and VIP luxury car. A driver will be with you during the course.
Transfer from Aigurande to Paris airports
Aigurande lies 43 km northeast of Chateauroux and 273 km from Paris. It is situated 310 km from Orly airport, 342 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 410 km from Paris Beauvais airport.