History of the city of Montargis
Montargis is a French commune located in the department of Loiret and the Centre region. The city bore several names over its history, including Montargis-le-Franc or Mont Coulounies at the French Revolution. The 1060 years was marked by the entrance of the city in the area of Courtenay.
Tourism and visiting Montargis
The city has a rich heritage. The town is best explored on foot or by boat. Therefore, tourists will be invited to make a stop at the picturesque heart of the city.
Discover the castle of Montargis. This building was originally built in the twelfth century wood and stone in the fourteenth century. It was demolished and rebuilt in the nineteenth century. You can visit following a request to the Office of Tourism, the crypt of the twelfth century and the cellars of the royal garden.
Do not miss the parish church of Sainte-Madeleine. It dates back to the twelfth century. She has been the subject of a registration as a historic monument in February 1909. During a guided tour, you will have the chance to discover the nave dating from the twelfth century and outstanding choir.
Other buildings are still to be seen in the city including the former Ursuline convent, the old Town Hall and the former savings bank. In addition, you have the opportunity to admire instead of 18 June 1940, its official name instead Pâtis and store the prasline.
For fans of hiking, the area is adorned by the forest of Montargis, situated northeast of the town. Apart from this, the city also has a public garden. The latter was established in 1862.
Montargis home to many tourist sites so it is important to have a way to transfer them out. Our brand and offers three types of car choices, namely, private car, luxury car VIP and group transfers.
Transfer from Montargis to Paris airports
The town of Montargis is located 46 km from Montereau-Fault-Yonne and 101 km from Paris. It is 115 km from Orly airport, 148 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 214 km from Paris Beauvais airport.