History of the town of Ainay-le-Vieil
Located in the Cher department in the Centre region, Ainay-le-Vieil is a French commune. The name comes from the Latin Ainay low Aginacus which is the name of a German person "Agina" accompanied by false suffix Iacus possession. Old account, it comes from the Latin meaning "small open town created by the strong city."
Tourism and activities Ainay-le-Vieil
Ainay-le-Vieil is a town which contains a remarkable heritage and tourist sites. You are invited to explore the town for you to realize its beauty. Tourists are benefited by guided tours to discover the interesting monuments of the town. Wonders include the Ainay-le-Vieil, a building in the fourteenth century on land where a fortress dating from the twelfth century is high. By following the restoration of its walls, it is called the "little Carcassonne." The castle is characterized by two parts, a flamboyant and other pre-Renaissance. Do not miss a visit to the church of St. Martin, which was built in the thirteenth century. It has a ribbed vaulting with a stately tower coterie which dates from the sixteenth century. For your relaxation, walks in the gardens of Ainay-le-Vieil castle will be ideal. You may admire the rose and chartreuse have been appointed by the families Aligny.
To visit the city, it is useful to have an effective means of transfer. Indeed, we can take care of your travels around the city Ainay-le-Vieil. Thus, we present three kinds of car choices, including collective shuttle, car and private VIP luxury car. A friendly driver will be with you during the course.
Transfer from Ainay-le-Vieil to Paris airports
Ainay-le-Vieil is surrounded by the city of Lételon, Drevant and Celette and is at a distance of 245 km from Paris. It is located 290 km from Orly airport, 322 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 390 km from the airport of Beauvais tillé.