History of the town Compiègne
Compiègne is a French commune located in the department of Oise and Picardy. This town was the crossing of the Oise to the Gallo-Roman period. Compiègne was associated with the crown of France and this since the advent of the Merovingians. The year 877 marks the coronation of Louis II of France. During the occupation, a transit camp and internment was installed by the Nazis in the city, specifically Royalieu. This camp was open from June 1941 to August 1944.
Tourism and visit Compiègne
Several points of interest are present in Compiègne including the church of Saint-Antoine. This building was built in the thirteenth century in Gothic style. The church of Saint-Jacques built thirteenth century that exposes a treasure of relics is an ideal stronghold for a guided tour. In addition to these churches, you can also explore the church of Saint-Nicolas, Saint-Germain and the church of Saint-Pierre minimal. You can also visit the heritage civilian city namely City Hall. This is a jewel of Gothic art, was built in 1498. The Château de Compiègne, now in ruins still retains vestiges of ramparts. Mêmement you can see the remains of a medieval bridge the Pont Saint-Louis. The clearing of Amnesty is a true witness of the two conflicts of the twentieth century. The amnesty ending the First World War it was signed.
To discover the city of Compiègne, it is important that you have a transfer service. This will support your movements during the tourist trip. Thus, we offer our service to help you to explore the town by a collective shuttle, private car or a luxury car VIP. A qualified driver will accompany you throughout the trip.
Transfer from Compiègne to Paris airports
Compiègne is 51 km from Meaux and 71 km from Paris. The destination is 59 miles from Charles de Gaulle airport, 60 km from Paris Beauvais airport and 96 km from Orly airport.