History of Allonnes
The city of Allonnes is a destination in the department Eure-et-Loir and the Centre region. Throughout its existence, the town has undergone various names including Allous Alonnes in 1793 and in 1801. The Merovingian has marked the history of the city. This is explained by the recently discovered tombs in Allonnes Merovingian. Also, the Gallo-Roman structures have been identified in this area, which affirms the presence of Gallic and Roman on the town.
Tourism and visits Allonnes
Allonnes covers a religious monument overlooking the village. The Church of Saint-Jacques in Allonnes is a large building in the city. It is open to tours. So after discovering the building, tourists can continue their journey to the Chapel Saint Suspicius. It was built around the time of the Middle Ages. The Merovingian necropolis is also an archaeological heritage to see in the city of Allonnes. It has between 3,000 and 5,000 graves discovered during archaeological excavations. During a walk in the town, tourists also apercevront various Gallo-Roman buildings, fountains, ancient statues as well at a place called Calvary Emanville.
The city tour of Allonnes is essential to understand its history. Therefore, we offer a transfer service to Allones for a city tour based on three categories of cars. The collections include the collective shuttle, private car and VIP luxury car. We handle travel in the city and nearby. Depending on your application, we can ensure your transfer from Allonnes to Beauvais Tille.
Transfer from Allonnes to Paris airports
The city of Allonnes is 18 km from Chartres and 78 km from the city of Paris. It is 97.3 km from Orly airport, 129 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 188 km from Paris Beauvais airport.