Transfer Orly Airport - Charenton le Pont

Orly Airport - Charenton-le-Pont

Private car and van transfer to/from Orly Airport to Charenton-le-Pont

Private car and van transfer to/from Orly Airport to Charenton-le-Pont

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Orly Airport – Charenton-le-Pont €55 €75 €90 Book now
CDG Airport - Paris €65 €110 €140 Book now
Orly Airport - Paris €65 €110 €140 Book now

Our private transfer service from Orly Airport to Charenton-le-Pont offers a convenient and comfortable way to reach your destination. Charenton-le-Pont, nestled at the edge of the Bois de Vincennes, provides a picturesque setting with easy access to Parisian attractions. For visitors looking to explore the heart of the city, our transfer services from both CDG and Orly Airports to Paris ensure you can immerse yourself in the city's rich history, iconic landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, and world-renowned museums without the stress of navigating public transport. Additionally, we offer a seamless connection to the regal city of Versailles from CDG Airport, allowing you to explore the opulent Palace of Versailles and its meticulously landscaped gardens. Our service guarantees a stress-free, comfortable, and timely journey, ensuring you start or end your visit to Paris on a high note.


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Bois de Vincennes Area

The Bois de Vincennes is a wooded park located east of Paris in the 12th arrondissement. Spanning 995 hectares or 9.95 square kilometers, it is the largest green space in the capital and one of the largest municipal parks in the world's major urban centers. Notably, it is twice the size of New York's Central Park and over 40 square meters larger than London's Richmond Park. The park features four lakes, including the artificial Gravelle Lake, Minimes Lake, and Daumesnil Lake, as well as the natural hydraulic network of Lake Saint-Mandé.


Presentation and History

Formerly royal hunting grounds, the Bois de Vincennes has transformed into a magnificent place for leisurely walks. King Hugues Capet established it as his hunting ground when he resided on the Île de la Cité. Later, it became exclusively used by the kings of France. During the French Revolution, the Bois de Vincennes became a military training area, and the army cleared 166 hectares to construct various buildings. It was Napoleon III who envisioned transforming the Bois de Vincennes into a vast park for the enjoyment of the Parisian population. To fulfill this vision, the Emperor enlisted engineer Jean-Charles Alphand and architect Jean-Pierre Barillet-Deschamps. In 1860, the Emperor bequeathed the park to the city of Paris.


What to See in the Bois de Vincennes Area

The Bois de Vincennes offers vast expanses that can be explored on foot, by bike, or even by boat. It offers various activities for the whole family, with themes centered around nature, discovery, exploration, and culture. There are also numerous outdoor games and entertainment options. Group hikes and romantic strolls are highly recommended in this area, which also boasts shops, dining options, boat rentals, and other amusements. The park is filled with interesting anecdotes and historical events, including hosting the majority of the 1900 Summer Olympics. The Colonial Exhibition of 1931 occupied part of the park, leading to the construction of the Palace of the Golden Gate and the Vincennes Zoo. For a touch of French luxury, you can even arrange for a chauffeur-driven limousine to explore the area.