History of the town of Nevers in Burgundy
A common center of France, Nevers or known as the "city of the Dukes", is located in the department of Nièvre and the Burgundy region. Nevers was the name taken from the name of the river Nièvre. In 1194 under the authority of Peter II of Courtenay, the town was rebuilt and became stronger when the construction of the door to protect Croux at best. In 1538, Nevers is a count was baptized in the duchy.
Tourism and activities in Nevers
Nevers is a commune with a very flowery and remarkable medieval heritage. She is a member of the national network of cities of art and history. A guided tour of the Ducal Palace is suggested to tourists. This is a very interesting site which will satisfy the thirst for knowledge of history buffs, you will also find many aquariums where fish are exposed to the Loire. Also, the cathedral Saint-Cyr-et-Sainte-Juliette, the church of Saint-Etienne and Marie Saine chapel are worth visiting. Hiking you facilitate municipal museum visits Frédéric Blandin, the gardens of the churn and the mecca of motorsport.
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Transfer from Nevers to Paris airports
Nevers locates 59 km south-east of Bourges and 217 km from Paris. It is located at a distance of 230 km from Orly airport, 269 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 335 km from Paris Beauvais airport.