Transfer Paris - Caen

Paris (Hotel or home address) - Caen

Private Transfers to/from Paris to Caen

Private car and van transfer to/from Paris to Caen

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Paris – Caen €420 €480 €560 Book now
CDG airport – Bayeux €390 €450 €580 Book now
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Experience seamless travel with our private transfer services connecting Paris to the historic city of Caen, the charming town of Bayeux, and the picturesque village of Giverny. Explore Caen's Norman heritage with landmarks like the Caen Castle and the Men's Abbey, or delve into medieval history in Bayeux, home to the famed Bayeux Tapestry and the Cathedral of Notre Dame. Alternatively, immerse yourself in the beauty of Giverny, where Claude Monet's house and gardens invite you into the world of impressionist art. Our private transfer services offer convenience, comfort, and style with a range of options including private cars, luxury VIP vehicles, and group transfers. Ensure a memorable journey through these iconic destinations with ease and elegance, courtesy of our expertly managed transfer service.

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Caen is a city rich in history, situated in northwestern France in the Normandy region. Founded during the Roman era, it is widely recognized for its remarkable architecture and its pivotal role in major historical events.


Roman Foundation and Middle Ages

Caen was established by the Romans around the 1st century AD, and its growth during the Middle Ages was significantly influenced by William the Conqueror, Duke of Normandy. In the 11th century, he commissioned two abbey churches, the Men's Abbey and the Women's Abbey, and a castle that continues to be key historical landmarks today.


Hundred Years' War and Renaissance

During the Hundred Years' War (1337-1453), Caen experienced frequent changes in control between the English and French, leaving the city heavily fortified. The Renaissance era brought about an economic boom, with Caen emerging as a hub for trade and academia.


World War II and the Battle of Normandy

World War II marked a defining moment in Caen's history. It was nearly razed to the ground during the Battle of Normandy in 1944, but the resilient spirit of the locals led to a swift recovery.


Post-War Reconstruction and Modern Caen

The post-war reconstruction efforts were spearheaded by Mayor Pierre Heuze and architect Auguste Perret, who transformed the city while preserving its historical core. Today, Caen is a vibrant city known for its mix of history and modernity, with the Men's Abbey serving as the city hall and the Women's Abbey functioning as a cultural center. It is a significant educational hub, hosting one of France's oldest universities, the University of Caen.



Caen's history is a testament to its resilience and rich cultural heritage. From its Roman roots, through the Middle Ages and Renaissance, and its significant role in World War II, the city has emerged stronger, retaining its historical charm while embracing modern progress.



A stroll through the old quarters of Vaugueux or on Place Saint-Sauveur will allow you to appreciate all the splendor of Caen. Must-visit places include:


The plant garden

In the heart of the city, the Jardin des Plantes is a haven of peace filled with rare plants. You can discover more than 2000 different species, both local and tropical. It is both approved Botanical Garden of France and French-speaking countries (JBF) and labeled Remarkable Garden.


The Abbey of Men

It should be remembered that the Gothic choir of the abbey dates from the 13th century. It is perfectly in harmony with the Romanesque style of the whole which dates from the 11th century. It should be remembered that it contains the tomb of William the Conqueror.


The Ladies' Abbey

This Romanesque monument houses the tomb of Mathilde de Flandre. The latter is none other than the wife of William the Conqueror. This abbey is currently the seat of the Regional Council of Normandy.


Caen Castle

Located on a small green hill, the castle of Caen is adorned with its Norman flag. In addition to housing the Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of Normandy, you will enjoy a wonderful view of the city of Caen


A stroll through the ancient quarters of Vaugueux or the bustling Place Saint-Sauveur reveals the splendid heritage of Caen. The city's noteworthy sites include:


The Botanic Garden

Nestled in the city's heart, the Botanic Garden is a peaceful sanctuary filled with unique flora. It boasts over 2000 different species, ranging from local to tropical. This garden has received accreditation as a Botanical Garden of France and French-speaking countries (JBF) and bears the label of a Remarkable Garden.


Men's Abbey

The Gothic choir of the abbey, hailing from the 13th century, blends seamlessly with the 11th-century Romanesque style of the overall structure. Importantly, the abbey houses the tomb of William the Conqueror.


Women's Abbey

This Romanesque monument is the final resting place of Matilda of Flanders, the wife of William the Conqueror. Currently, the abbey serves as the seat of the Regional Council of Normandy.



Capital of Calvados, Caen is 247.1 km from Orly Airport and 255.8 km trip from CDG Airport to Caen . For your itinerary from Paris to Caen, we provide you with a private car with driver. Professional, conscientious and courteous, he will ensure that you benefit from a quality transfer service.