History of the town of Achery in Picardy
Is a commune in France, Achery is located in the department of Aisne, Picardy. Around the year 990, Achery was called by the name of "Achiriacus" which implies seniority. In the fourteenth century, after the collapse, the castle was rebuilt. The city was ransacked during the First World War and was restored after the war. The church was built in 1878 thanks to the cultural heritage of the village. The church was baptized with the name of Saint-Martin.
Tourism and activities Achery
Achery has several remarkable sights. Tourists are advised to go to discover the city in all its entirety. You can enjoy a guided exploration of the Saint-Martin church and the remains of numerous bunkers of the Hindenburg Line. For hiking, you will not be disappointed to go to the old water mill and square dovecote. In addition to the walks along marshes and ponds Achery be an ideal way to relax.
To complete your visit around the city. Our company offers a transfer service to make your journey aboard one of our quality cars. You can choose between a private car, a luxury car and a VIP shuttle collective. We can also provide transfers from your Achery to Paris airports. A multidisciplinary team will be at your disposal throughout your travels.
Transfer from Paris airports to Achery Achery is located at a distance of 19 km from Saint-Quentin and 120 km from Paris. It is situated 121 km from Charles de Gaulle airport, 159 km from Orly Airport and 165 km from Paris Beauvais airport.