History of Amilly
The village of Amilly is a commune in the Eure-et-Loir and the Centre region. The town of Amilly bore the name Amilliacum villa in Roman times. This term meant Amillius area. In August 1944, the city was marked by tragedy. Indeed, a Boeing B-17 crashed into the town with all its crew.
Tourism and visits to the discovery of Amilly
The town of Amilly is adorned with several monuments. Also, during your visit to the area take the time to discover its many attractions such as its religious and civil constructions. The church of Saint-Pierre-Saint-Paul is one of the jewels that adorn the city. Indeed, it is one of the most beautiful religious buildings near Chartres. You will be able to explore this building by means of a guided tour, which takes place every Tuesday. You will enjoy the satisfaction of its outstanding components namely the nave dating from the twelfth century, the choir back to the thirteenth century and the eighteenth century baptismal font. Appercevez similarly closed its benches, paneling and medieval paintings "says the three dead and three alive." In addition to the religious architecture, Amilly is also rich in civic architecture including the Amilly station. It was inaugurated in 1857. Its inauguration was the consequence of opening the road between Chartres train station and the railway station of Rennes. It is specially served by trains of TER.
To complete the visit in the town of Amilly, we advise you to use our transfer service. We offer you three kinds of comfortable cars and fit you perfectly. So when booking, consider choosing between collective shuttle, private car and VIP luxury car. A driver will be with you during the course.
Transfer from Amilly to Paris airports
The village of Amilly is located 5 km from Lucé is the largest city and around 84 km from the city of Paris. It is 118 km from Orly airport, 150 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 219 km from Paris Beauvais airport.