History of the town of Pithiviers
Pithiviers Is a city in France is located in the department of Loiret and the Centre region. The place name comes from the Gallic "four". In 1589, the city was conquered by two kings of France, Henri III and Henri de Navarre. At the beginning of World War II, the Pithiviers camp was built to house German prisoners of war.
Tourism and visits in Pithiviers
Many tourist attractions are found in the city. Indeed, over the centuries, the town of Pithiviers has preserved its religious and civil architecture.
During your stay in the city, you will have the chance to discover the Saint-Salomon and St. Gregory Church. It was built in the eleventh century. This building has been the subject of a registration as a historic monument in May 1912.
You can also admire the castle of Slate. This fortress was built in the sixteenth century. This building was listed in January 1956.
Discover the rose garden old André Eve was created in 1998. This garden has many varieties of old and modern roses, perennials and shrubs plants.
In addition, the remains of St. George college dating from the eleventh century, the Château de Bellecour dating back to the seventeenth century and the Transport Museum Pithiviers are yet to visit. Do not miss the City Museum and the Theatre du Donjon.
For sightseeing in the city of Pithiviers, do not hesitate to call our transfer service. We suggest vehicles equipped with comfort and convenience, including shared shuttle, private car and the car of VIP luxury.
Transfer from Pithiviers to Paris airports
The village of Pithiviers is located 30 km from Etampes and 78 km from Paris. This destination is located 76.9 km from Orly airport, 110 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 176 km from Paris Beauvais airport.