History of the city of Troyes
Troyes is a French town which is located in the Aube and the Champagne-Ardenne region. Thereafter research that has been undertaken, it was concluded that Troyes was inhabited since prehistoric times. During Roman times, she carried the name of Augustobona. This is the covenant County Troyes and of Meaux in the twelfth century was created the county of Champagne.
Tourism and activities in Troyes
Troyes is ranked tourist destination thanks to its heritage with many buildings are registered as historic monuments. To begin your journey, you can go to the Saint-Urbain Basilica dating from the thirteenth century. It was built with medieval architecture by Pope Urban IV and whose coverage is satin finish tiles. As a simple church in the beginning, it was certified as a basilica in 1964. It is the subject of a classification as a historic monument since the year 1840.
The Town Hall of Troyes dating from the seventeenth century is a historical buildings to see. It was built between 1624 and 1672 years. With a statue of "helmeted Minerva," she discovered on his hall the revolutionary motto "Unity indivisibility of the Republic, Liberty, Equality, Fraternity or Death".
In addition, you may visit the Museum of Modern Art, home of the tool and the working mind. To go out, enjoy a good walk in the Regional Natural Park of the Orient Forest.
To explore the city of Troyes, it is essential to have a means of transportation that helps to discover the attractions of this destination. Indeed, our transfer service offers three kinds of cars to suit your comfort needs. You have the choice between collective shuttle, private car and VIP luxury car.
Transfer from Troyes to Paris airports
Troyes is located 7 km from the Regional National Park of the Orient Forest and 143 km from Paris. It is located 160 km from Orly airport, 194 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 267 km from Paris Beauvais airport.