History of the village of of Alland’huy-and-Sausseuil
Lying in the Ardennes department and the Champagne-Ardenne region, Alland’huy-and-Sausseuil is a city in France. The village was known under the name of Allendhuy in 1793 to change Allandhuy in 1801. During the First World War, the town was occupied by the Germans. During World War II, the city has been invaded. Thus, the town was partially destroyed.
Tourism and visits Alland’huy-and-Sausseuil
The town has numerous tourist attractions. Also, during your stay in the city, you’ll get to see her civil and religious buildings.
Do not miss especially the Church of St. Catherine. This building is a Romanesque architecture. Located in the heart of the village, this fortress was the subject of a registration as a historic monument in August 1986. You can admire its western gate, the choir and nave.
Discover the fortified farm Charbogne. It is located 2.6 km from Alland’huy-and-Sausseuil. This building is also known as Castle Charbogne. It has two towers dating from the twelfth century. Its overall construction dates back to the sixteenth century. By visiting this building, you will have the chance to see the portal of the eighteenth century. You should know that the building has been the subject of a classification as historical monument in 1948.
In addition, you can also enjoy in the small village of Alland’huy-and-Sausseuil beautiful fortified farms. These are built of brick. You can also explore the castle on the hamlet Sausseuil.
To ensure travel in the city of Alland’huy-and-Sausseuil, our transfer service lets you choose between our selection of car comfort. Thus, during your booking, you can opt for collective shuttle, private car and VIP luxury car.
Transfers from Alland’huy-and-Sausseuil to Paris airports
The small village of Alland’huy-Sausseuil and is located 31 km from Charleville-Mezieres and 177 km from Paris. This destination is 194 km from Charles de Gaulle airport, 208 km from Orly Airport and 260 km from Paris Beauvais airport.