History and activities Yerres
The name of the city comes from the eponymous river which the name derives from Hedera ivy means. The history of this destination dates back to the Gallo-Roman era, moreover, a Roman road was discovered Yerres. In the fifteenth century, a castle was first established in the city. This destination was based on farming, but from the eighteenth century, the culture of Rubia tinctorum took place in the region. Between the years 1846 and 1848, the first railway line was built Yerres. The nineteenth century and the twentieth century marked the development of the city in industrialization and installation of large institutions.
Tourism and visits Yerres
Historical monuments in the city of Yerres are multiple. Tourists can explore including Fontaine called Fontain Budé the second quarter of the nineteenth century recorded October 26, 1981. Caillebotte Property is a house founded in the nineteenth century classified as historical monuments October 5, 1993. Other historical monuments are: Château de la Grange, the old Castle and the Abbey of Notre-Dame. A walk in the garden is also ideal Yerres. The Gardens are arranged according Buets an irregular layout at the request of Jean-François Boursault.
Tourists to the city Yerres are invited to book a transport vehicle for transfer between one site to another. They can choose our transfer service based on three categories of car whose price is affordable. Our selections are the collective shuttle, luxury cars and VIP private car. A qualified driver will be at your service throughout the course.
Transfer from the Paris airports to Yerres
Yerres City is 4 km from Villeneuve-Saint-Georges, 20 km from Paris. This destination is 9.7 km from Orly Airport to 46.1 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 122 km from Paris Beauvais airport.