History of the town of Chaumont
The town of Chaumont is located in the department of Haute-Marne and the Champagne-Ardenne region. The locality is of feudal origin. This town was founded in the tenth century. In the sixteenth century, the city suffered from the Hundred Years War. In addition, the same century, it has also suffered from the plague.
Tourism and visits to Chaumont
The town of Chaumont is adorned with several tourist sites. Also, during your visit to the old town, you will have the chance to visit its civil and religious architecture.
Discover the Château de Chaumont. The latter was classified as historical monuments in1926. Its construction spanned between the XI and XII century.
Do not miss the Saint-Jean-Baptiste Church of Chaumont. This building features Gothic architecture. She was the subject of a classification as a historic monument in 1862. The church was built in the thirteenth century. You have the opportunity to observe a nave of the thirteenth century, a chorus of the fifteenth century and a portal of the fourteenth century.
Countless buildings are still present in the city including the Carmelite convent of the seventeenth century, the chapel Buxereuilles and the Jesuit College. In addition, you can also see the cross road called Gratien stone cross dating from the sixteenth century, Bouchardon fountain and Town Hall. See also, Saint Aignan church of the thirteenth century, the church of the twelfth century Brottes as well as buildings and houses that adorn this destination.
To visit the town of Chaumont, it is preferable to use a transfer service to ensure moving from site to site. In fact, our brand recommends you to choose between the following car collections: collective shuttle, private car and VIP luxury car.
Transfer from Chaumont to the Paris airports
The city of Chaumont is located 60 km from Saint-Dizier, the nearest town and 223 km from Paris. This destination is 262 km from Orly airport, 282 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 358 km from Paris Beauvais airport.