Best airport transfer booking from Paris Senlis
Senlis (France) — commune in Picardy, Oise department. It is placed on Nonette River (which is Oise tributary), forty kilometers from Beauvais, fifty one kilometers from Paris and seventy nine kilometers from Amiens.
Here are some facts from town’s history. As many other French towns, in the ancient time Senlis was inhabited by The Gauls tribe. Roman has called the town Civitas Silvanectium. In the end of the tenth century in the Senlis’s forest has fallen down and died the last Caroling king Louis the Fifth. The Council of the barons was convoked in Senlis and the new king was chosen. It was Senlis’s proprietor Hugues Capet, founder of Capetian dynasty. In the 1493 there were signed Treaty of Senlis between Holy Roman Empire emperor Maximilian the First and French king Charles the Eighth. In accordance to this treaty property of Valois-Burgundy House was divided between them.
There are a lot of ancient things to see in Senlis. For example, it is twelfth century Senlis Notre-Dame Cathedral with thirteenth century south tower which is seventy eight meters high. It is a great example of French gothic. In the center of the city you can find sections of massive gallo-roman walls and medieval fortifications, small medieval churches, the Renaissance private residences and ruins of ancient king’s castle.
Senlis has quite a distant dislocation from Paris so public ground transportation to the commune from the French capital can be a quite complicated thing. In case you prefer travelling in comfort to public ground transportation we advise you to book a transfer beforehand. It is a good possibility to make your trip comfortable, because it is possible to book a transfer from any place of Paris including the variety of its railway stations (Paris Nord, Paris Est, Austerlitz, Lyon, Montparnasse, Saint-Lazare or any other railway station). Booking airport transfers (from Charles de Gaulle, Beauvais or Orly airports) is also available and is also a great chance to make your trip a bit more comfortable.