History of the city of Acquigny
The common Acquigny is in the region of Upper Normandy Eure department. It is part of the borough of destinations Andelys in Canton South Louviers. The first mention of the name of the village date back to the year 876 in the possessions of the abbey of Saint-Ouen. According to the legends, the martyrdom of St. Mauxe and St. Vénérand got Acquigny Church. This is Roger Tosny, Lord of Conches who gave it all in 1035.
Tourism and visit Acquigny
Acquigny Castle is one of the main attractions in the town. This castle was a fortified site to control navigation in the Eure department at the time of the High Middle Ages. During the Hundred Years War, the building passed into the hands of the armies of Charles V. The castle is located in the heart of a landscaped park adorned with lawns, shrubbery, flowering rhododendrons and lakes. Besides the castle, the church is also seen in the village. This church is rather marked by the eighteenth century. It was founded around the year 1545 and has undergone various changes. Tourists can visit the nave, chancel and sacristy of the Church. Other sites to visit this destination are: the old prison, the walls of prehistoric Chateau Robert, Becdal Manor, Bridge of boards and planks Castle. A visit to the Chapel of the Holy Spirit is also interesting.
To discover common Acquigny, it is recommended to use a transfer service. Our brand offers three types of car whose collective shuttle, private car and luxury car VIP. A competent driver will take you to places that attract you.
Transfer from the Paris airports to Acquigny
The common Acquigny is 5 km from Louviers and 91 km from Paris. This destination is located 119 km from Orly Airport to 93.1 km from Paris Beauvais airport and 124 km from Charles de Gaulle.