History of the town of Aix
Aix is located in the department of Nord and Nord-Pas-de-Calais region. She is a French commune. The remains of the Gallo-Roman period were discovered during research in the church of Saint-Laurent. By this time, the city was known under the name of “aqua” which means water in Latin. In 1130, Aix bore the name of “Ays” during a designation of the diocese of Tournai. At the time of the Renaissance, it was called “Aix-en-Pévèle. Aix was suffered considerable destruction during the First World War. In this village, that is to say, on top of a hill, a fortress was built. It included a dungeon, moat and a remarkable backyard.
Tourism and visits in Aix
Buildings and interesting sights are significant in the town of Aix. Tourists are invited to visit the city to discover the most remarkable places in it. A guided tour to explore the St. Lawrence church will satisfy history buffs. It is a church that was founded between the fifteenth and seventeenth century. Over the ages, it has been expanded and highly embellished in 1836. It has a chorus built in 1728 and a tower built in the eleventh century. Do not miss a visit to the farm of Mill Swamp created in the eighteenth century. You may also enjoy the house that was built on the park sold by Philippe Starck. It is singled out by its construction mainly made of wood and glass.
In order to improve the tourist to visit Aix, you need an ideal means of transfer. Thus, we offer our transfer service that can help you to offer an excellent quality of service. When booking, you will either, collective shuttle, car and private VIP luxury car. A trustworthy driver will accompany you during the trip.
Transfer from Aix to Paris airports
Aix is surrounded by Saint-Pardoux-le-Neuf, and Lamazière Courteix the biggest cities and around 193 km from Paris. It is located 240 km from Orly airport, 202 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 203 km from Paris Beauvais airport.