History of the town of Louhans in Burgundy
Louhans is one of the communes of France which is located in the department of Saône-et-Loire and Burgundy. In the thirteenth century, it became a center of commercial redistribution between Champagne and the Jura. By law Marcellin Louhans was unified with its surrounding municipalities such Branges, and Chateaurenaud Sornay in 1973. This merger was called Louhans, but comes off Sornay Branges and a few years later. Then in 2012, the simple fusion of Louhans and Chateaurenaud was passed which meant removing Chateaurenaud as common and the town was called Louhans-Chateaurenaud.
Tourism and activities in Louhans
Louhans is a city flowered, perfect for a little relaxation and hiking. But especially remarkable for history buffs. It has many monuments that have been classified as historical monuments including the hotel trade, hotel Louhans God, the municipal theater and Louhans towers of Saint Peter and Saint Paul. Apart from these monuments, the apothecary, the Church of St. Peter and the Printing Museum is the most visited places. Do not miss it as its market and fair, very famous in the region, which are held every Monday morning.
To facilitate your movements during visits to the city, our transfer service entity suggest you choose between our various cars such as a private car, a luxury car and a VIP shuttle collective. Your transfers to Paris airports will also be provided by the service.
Louhans transfers to Paris airports
Louhans is located 26 km south-west of Lons-le-Saunier and 330 km from Paris. This destination is 337 miles from Orly airport, 409 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 475 km from Paris Beauvais airport.
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