Whether you have an early morning departure or a night departure for your flight, our chauffeur is available for you. You can have a driver who will pick you up at Val de Marne district and drive your directly to Orly airport.
Book a private car transfer from Val de Marne district to Orly Airport
A historical monument Château Grosbois is a vestige of the glorious past of the Val-de-Marne region. It is more precisely in the commune of Boissy-Saint-Léger. Although classified as a historical monument, it remains a private domain. Its construction began in the 16th century. It took almost a century to fully see the day. Its architectural style is therefore of the Renaissance type. Originally, the building was owned by Charles of Angoulême and was intended for royalty use. Currently, its owner is the Société d'Encouragement à l'Élevage du Cheval Français. Since 1962, this property has a training center for racing horses.
A historical heritage accessible to all
During its centuries of existence, the castle has welcomed great French historical figures: the Duke of Angoulême, Charles de Valois, the Minister Germain Louis Chauvelin or Napoleon I, to name a few. The exterior and parts of the interior of the property are considered historical monuments. This is the case of the few canvases and wall paintings in the Louis XIII dining room in the building. This French cultural heritage opens its doors to the public. It is even possible to organize parties in the orangery of the establishment. Special rooms have been arranged to accommodate different kinds of events. More than 5000 m² of garden and more than 400 m² of enclosed space are thus available to people who want to enjoy this idyllic setting.
Rose garden of Val-de-Marne
From private to public On the way to Orly airport, it would be a shame for flower lovers to pass through the 94 department and not visit the Val-de-Marne Roseraie. It is the work of Jules Gravereaux at the end of the 19th century. It was even the renowned landscaper, Edouard André, who had arranged the place to make a park around ‘The Rose’ theme. In 1936, the Seine territorial collective society had acquired the domain. In 1998, Val-de-Marne will inherit it. Moreover, public transport has been set up to serve this place as the RER B to the stop Bourg-la-Reine or the Metro Porte d'Italie.
An area for everyone
This public park, having as main attractions the rose in all forms and from all horizons, is world famous for its beauty. On an area of 1.5 ha, this rose garden perfectly fits its place in its environment so specific. Lovers of this type of plant will not remain insensitive to more than 3,000 varieties of roses and about ten thousand plants. 13 collections are gathered within its walls. Among other things, there is the rose garden ‘à la française’, the rose history alley, the botanical rose bushes or the Malmaison roses. It is an excellent place for a family stroll or a solitary one. It is also suitable for sports activities such as brisk walking. The grounds have playgrounds for children. The park also hosts occasional festive activities such as concerts. Normally, the rose garden is open to the public all year round from 08:00 to 17:00 at least. Between May and August however, the opening hours can be until 21:00.
The forest Notre-Dame
The lung of Paris Forêt Notre-Dame is a domain type forest in the Île-de-France region. It is part of the green lungs of the capital and its suburbs. In view of the preservation of this green zone, it has been classified as a Natural Area of Ecological, Fauna and Flora Interest. This green mass is also part of the natural heritage of the French State. It is located on the site of several communes including Lésigny, Pontault-Combault, La Queue-en-Brie and Santeny. As a dominant flora, it consists mainly of oaks and birches. While at the level of the local fauna, it is dominated by batrachian and reptilian.
The largest natural park open to the public in the 94 department
With a total area of 2,050 ha, the Notre-Dame forest is one of the largest vegetable estates available to the public in this region. Various activities are possible for the public, including the walk in the forest or the discovery of different types of batrachians through the pools of the park. Signage for these activities makes it easier for visitors to locate themselves in the immensity of the place. They also allow visitors to see the boundaries of their activity zones so that they can enjoy the park in complete tranquillity and safety. Several parking and resting areas have been created throughout this domain and on the perimeter of the forest. For those who want to enjoy the experience, they can even go through the royal star, the Notre-Dame oak, the departmental park of Morbras or the castle of Marmousets.
Château de Vincennes
A veritable fortress dating from the 14th century, the Château de Vincennes is an important part of the history of France. It still attracts millions of tourists today who come to perfect their knowledge of France.
A historic site at the gates of Paris
When you come to visit Paris, you cannot miss the Château de Vincennes. It is an imposing building at the gates of the capital which played an important role under Louis 14 and throughout the history of France. In addition to its external beauty, this castle is appreciated for the different rooms that have remained intact after some renovations that date from the Second World War. It is now open to the public. It will take you a few hours to appreciate its beauty and history. It is a detour to make with family or lovers. The Château de Vincennes seduces young and old alike.
When to visit the Château de Vincennes?
The Château de Vincennes is one of the 80 most important monuments in France. It is open all year round from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Remember to reserve your place to avoid unpleasant surprises. The visit will take a few hours. You will have the opportunity to see the keep, the courtyard and the other rooms of the Castle. The guide will take the opportunity to tell you various anecdotes about the places that will teach you more about the history of France.
Stay at Carmin hotel Vitry
Located opposite the MacVal Museum of Contemporary Art, the famous Le Carmin Vitry hotel offers its fully equipped studios offering a pleasant view of the main Place de la Liberation as well as the monumental sculpture by Jean Dubuffet. The hotel welcomes you in a warm and pleasant setting. Find the hotel in Vitry on the direct Paris-Orly axis which leads south of the capital via Porte de Choisy.
Popular nearby attractions
Thanks to the location of the hotel, you will have the opportunity to visit and discover the various popular attractions of Vitry: Mac Val, Les Trois Cines Robespierre, Fresco Place des grands hommes de paix, Fresco the Rabbit of Nychos. You can also take advantage of your stay to taste different culinary specialties of Vitry. The best restaurants are also very close to the hotel: Chipotle, Le fondant, Asia Wok, Atelier Gourmand. Villejuif-Louis Aragon metro station and the Vitry-sur-Seine RER station are only 2 km from the hotel, which also allows you to explore Paris and its historic monuments.
The hotel has fully-equipped and air-conditioned rooms for you to enjoy your stay in complete privacy. You will have a very wide choice of rooms adapted to your needs. Your nights will be rested thanks to the comfort of the beds! The hotel offers you a whole range of services to further satisfy your needs: full laundry service, catering service, buffet breakfast, transport and parking services. At Le Carmin, you can spend a pleasant stay with your pets.
Suitable for all types of stay
Whatever the reason for your stay, whether it is a family stay, a couple stay, a tourist stay or a professional stay, the hotel Le Carmin Vitry is the place par excellence. Book at Le Carmin, don't wait any longer to contact the establishment!
How to get from Grosbois castle to Orly airport by car
For a better view of a part of the 94 department while going from the castle of Grosbois to the airport of Orly, it is advisable to opt for private transport by car with driver. The first stage of this short trip, which usually lasts no more than half an hour, will take you to the town of Bonneuil-sur-Marne. After passing through the city center, the next stop will be Créteil through the departmental road. The next checkpoint will be in Rungis, via the A86 and the Guy Moquet and Moulin tunnels near the Rungis fresh produce market, which has several ‘4 flowers’ awarded parks from the competitions of towns and villages in bloom. The last stop before Orly airport is the town of Paray-Vieille-Poste. From there, going to the Orly airport will take about ten minutes passing by the West Avenue.