History of Peronne in Burgundy
Located in Macon High in the department of Saône-et-Loire, Burgundy, Peronne is one of the municipalities of France. It is served by a railway which connects with the cities lying east to west. It is also connected by another route to St. Peter’s Languages. Its custom prohibiting work on Sundays. It is an old custom that dates from the reign of King Guntram of Burgundy and is still respected today.
Tourism and activities in Peronne
Peronne has several attractions is remarkable. This is one reason why it attracts tourists. You can go to discover the castle tower-Penet during a guided tour. It was built in the seventeenth century and has undergone significant change in the modern era. Do not miss the castle of Vaux-sous-Targe a castle built in 1830 in place of a fortress. In addition, the church of Sainte-Madeleine de Peronne is a fascinating building built between 1080 and 1120. Changes were made to the church between the seventeenth and twentieth century. Parties involved in the transformation for the vestry, porch and tower. The frame and the roof of the nave meanwhile, have been restored.
To complete your visit, our entity offers its offerings. We let you choose between our transfer means including: a private car, a luxury car and a VIP shuttle collective. A multidisciplinary team is at your disposal throughout your travels.
Transfer from Peronne to the Paris airports
Peronne is located 27 km north-west of Saint-Quentin and 126 km from Paris. It is located 16 km from Orly airport, 122 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 123 km from Paris Beauvais.