History of Bourmont
Bourmont is common in France, which is located in the department of Haute-Marne and the Champagne-Ardenne region. When creating the Bailiwick of Bassigny Bourmont became the prefecture in 1353. In 1966, the death of the last Duke of Lorraine, Bourmont became a French city. War Bourmont took place during three days on 18, 19 and 20 June 1940.
Tourism and activities in Bourmont
Bourmont has the usual tourist sites and monuments. Tourists are encouraged to visit the remarkable common features buildings. You can find the church of Notre-Dame, which dates from 1754 years. It is an old church that is registered as a historic monument since 1980. You may also see the church of Gonaincourt Bourmond XII century. The choir has been protected as a historic monument in October 1925. Also visit St. Joseph, which is characterized by a gate of the old church of the XII century in his church choir.
Do not miss the admiration of the house of rebirth. It is known as the “home of Bailly.” Currently private property, dating from the XVI, XVII and XVIII centuries. In addition, you can enjoy a walk in the garden as well as Côna Rocks. The garden of rocks suggest you enjoy the cool area and a beautiful landscape under a cliff and resplendent plants.
To visit the city of Bourmont with private shuttle from CDG airport, tourists are invited to use a transfer service. In fact, our company offers complete comfortable cars for tourist routes in Bourmont, you can make the choice between collective shuttle, private car and VIP luxury car.
Transfers from Bourmont to Paris airports
Bourmont is 35 km northeast of Chaumont and 251 km from Paris. It is situated 320 km from Orly airport, 313 km from Charles de Galle airport and 428 km from Paris Beauvais airport.