Transfer CDG Airport - Creil

CDG Airport - Creil and its Castle

Private Transfers to/from CDG Airport to Creil

Private car and van transfer to/from CDG Airport to Creil

Passengers 1 - 2 4 - 5 6 - 7 Action
CDG Airport – Creil €85 €115 €160 Book now
Beauvais Airport - Villepinte Expo €180 €230 €260 Book now
CDG Airport – Chantilly €95 €125 €140 Book now

Experience the ease and comfort of our private transfer services from CDG Airport to Creil, with convenient connections to Villepinte Expo and the historical town of Chantilly. Whether you are in Paris for a business expo, exploring the rich culture of Creil, or visiting the majestic Château de Chantilly and its lush gardens, our service ensures a seamless travel experience. Our fleet of vehicles caters to all group sizes and preferences, ensuring a relaxing journey with professional drivers who prioritize your safety and comfort. Enjoy the convenience of door-to-door service, and let us take care of the navigation and traffic while you relax and prepare for your stay in these vibrant regions. Our commitment to excellence guarantees a stress-free transfer, allowing you to make the most of your trip to Paris, Creil, Villepinte, or Chantilly.


Book a private car service from Charles de Gaulle airport to Creil




Creil is a French town located in the department of Oise, in Hauts-de-France. It holds the distinction of being the third-largest city in the Oise department and is situated in the heart of the second agglomeration of the Picardie region. Creil is approximately 62 km away from Paris.


A Rich History

The history of Creil can be traced back to ancient times, with its origins dating back to the Neolithic era. Archaeologists believe that Creil was once a fortified settlement or oppidum during the Gaulish period. The city's first recorded mention was in the year 633 when it was referred to as "Criolo." Over the centuries, its name evolved, becoming "Criolum" in 672, "Credilium" in 851, and "Credulii" in 1115.


Medieval Development and Industrial Growth

Creil flourished during the Middle Ages with the establishment of a chapter of canons and the construction of a relic housing site. The twelfth century saw the creation of the Hôtel-Dieu, while the thirteenth century witnessed the construction of the Saint-Médard church, which underwent several transformations until the sixteenth century. However, Creil faced challenges during the Black Death in 1348 and experienced famine, forcing inhabitants to resort to eating tree bark.

The city endured significant damage during the Hundred Years War and both World Wars. Much of Creil was devastated and had to be rebuilt starting from 1950. In 1797, the industrial sector saw growth with the establishment of a crystal company, later converted into an earthenware factory. Unfortunately, a fire led to its closure in 1895.


Recovery and Population Growth

After the World Wars, Creil underwent a period of recovery and diversification of its economy, which led to gradual population growth. Over time, the city has rebounded from the losses suffered during the wars. Today, Creil and other towns in the Oise department are considered sources of population growth in the Picardy region.


Discover Creil with our Car Service

To explore the historical town of Creil, we offer convenient car services from Paris to Creil . Whether you're a visitor or a resident, don't hesitate to contact us for a seamless and comfortable transportation experience.



Creil, the third-largest city in the Oise department, is located 62 km from Paris and 40 km from Beauvais. It boasts a rich natural environment, with abundant green spaces that enhance the beauty of Creil.


A City of Growth and Progress

Creil is a dynamic and evolving city that prioritizes the well-being of its residents. Known for its friendly and supportive community, Creil has experienced significant demographic growth, becoming one of the most populated municipalities in the Oise department. This growth can be attributed to the baby boom between 1946 and 2011.


A Digital Hub

Creil has established itself as the leading digital city in the Picardie region and has earned the label of "Internet City." The city has implemented various initiatives and infrastructure to support the development of the technology sector, earning a three-at symbol rating. Workshops, cyberspaces for seniors, internet spaces, web portals such as the Creil museum, and interactive services have emerged in recent years, benefiting the entire population, especially the youth.


A City of Recreation and Sports

Creil has transformed into a vibrant and sports-oriented city. It offers multiple sports centers that are freely accessible to young people, and its riverbanks along the Oise River serve as multi-sport fields. The city's investments in sports facilities have earned it the label of a playful and sportive city in the Oise department. Residents of all ages can enjoy over fifty playgrounds, hundreds of children's games, and various festive events, including the renowned Oise Sports Festival.


Explore Creil with Reliable Transportation

To fully experience the attractions of Creil, our car service is at your disposal. With prompt and reliable transportation, you can conveniently explore the city and enjoy all that it has to offer.




Creil is a captivating town with a rich history that attracts numerous visitors. Discover its remarkable sites and explore the cultural heritage of this significant tourist destination in the Picardy region.


Creil Castle - Musée Gallé-Juillet

Don't miss the iconic Creil Castle, also known as Charles V Castle. Dating back to the late 14th century, its tower facing the Oise River still stands today. Inside, you'll find the Musée Gallé-Juillet, which showcases the life of a Creole family in the 19th century. The museum houses a collection of decorative arts, including furniture, artworks, paintings, ceramics, and objects from World War I.


Maison de la Faïence

Visit the Maison de la Faïence, a museum monument that traces the history of Creil. Explore an exhibition of approximately 600 fine earthenware pieces, accompanied by explanatory panels and numerous objects representative of the Gallo-Roman era


Saint-Médard Church

The Saint-Médard Church, with sections dating back to the early 13th century, underwent complete reconstruction between 1250 and 1280. Notably, its Gothic architecture is supported against the ancient fortifications of Creil. Destroyed during the Hundred Years War, the church was rebuilt in the 15th century and later transformed into a saltpetre factory during the French Revolution. Despite multiple modifications throughout history, it remains an essential historical monument in Creil.


Island of Creil Lovers

Discover the Island of Creil Lovers, a historical monument from the 18th century. Its charming atmosphere and picturesque surroundings make it a delightful place to visit.


War Memorials

Pay tribute to the fallen heroes of Creil at the war memorials. Inaugurated in 1926, these monuments honor the children of Creil who sacrificed their lives for France and commemorate the city's fighters during both World Wars.

To fully explore the city, we offer a day rental service, allowing you to enjoy every corner of Creil at your own pace.