Le Plessis-Robinson (92350) Cab

 

 

 

Who we are ?

 


Le Plessis-Robinson (92350) Cab is a company specialized in the transport of people. Our company was created for one and only one reason, ensuring quality transport for those who need it. Occasionally or permanently. 

 

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What services we provide?

 

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We are especially qualified for pick up at both Airports of Paris (Roissy Charles de Gaulle, Orly, Le Bourget). We can also recover you at Beauvais Tillé Airport.
We make too transfers from or to Paris trains Station.
Each recovery in these locations is customized. Indeed, the driver will show up at your terminal or at the front of the train with a sign on with your name or that of your company.
If your train or flight is subject to delays, we send your driver at the new expectedarrival or landing time.
We do transfers from any address. Restaurant, hotel, café, ...
We cover all Paris and area but also the whole of France , including many popular locations (Disneyland, Parc Asterix, Palace of Versailles,...)
We are affordable 24/7

 

 



 

 

Who can benefit  our services?

 


We offer services for everyone. Individuals, companies, family, groups...

 

 

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What type of vehicles do we have?

 


We provide access to a large fleet of vehicles adapted to each requirement. Indeed, we have sedans, minivans in Eco Class, business or VIP.
Each vehicle is equipped. (Air conditioning, comfortable seats, card terminal, child seat, wifi network ...)

 

 

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How to book?

 


It's simple and just quick.Booking has never been so fast and easier.
Make your price estimate via our simulator. Enter your details.Once the booking is complete you will receive confirmation (mail and sms) of the reserved journey.
You can book your car up to a year in advance but for cancelling, half an hour's notice before is agreed.
We accept payment on line, payment cash or by credit card on board.


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City history : 

 

Plessis was first mentioned in 839 as Plessiacus apud Castanetum, meaning plessis near Castanetum. A plessis was a village surrounded by a fence made of branches. In 1112 the village church was founded, of which the romanesque tower still survives as the oldest monument of Le Plessis. At the end of the 12th the village was renamed Le Plessis-Raoul, after the local lord Raoul, chamberlain of king Philip II of France. In 1407 it came into the hands of Jean Piquet de La Haye, who built a castle in the village, now called Le Plessis-Piquet. In 1614 a monastery of the Congregation of the Feuillants was built in the village. In 1682 Jean-Baptiste Colbert, Minister of Finances under Louis XIV had a pond dug which fed the fountains of the nearby Château de Sceaux. Pierre de Montesquiou d'Artagnan purchased the estate in 1699, and expanded the gardens. In 1790, as a result of the French Revolution, Antoine Moullé was elected the first mayor of Le Plessis. The commune was renamed Le Plessis-Liberté. The monastery was nationalised and demolished.The commune was renamed back to Le Plessis-Piquet in 1801. In 1848, a guinguette (cabaret) was established in the area as a suite of interconnected tree houses. It was named Le grand Robinson after the tree house described in Swiss Family Robinson, a novel itself named after Robinson Crusoe. Several other popular establishments arose in the area, and remained popular until the 1960s. In 1909, the commune of Le Plessis-Piquet was officially renamed Le Plessis-Robinson, after Le grand Robinson.[4] In 1854, Louis Hachette bought the castle and the grounds. He later became the mayor of Le Plessis-Piquet and a city councillor. The village and the castle were ruined in the War of 1870, but the castle was rebuilt by the Hachette family

 

 

 



 

 

 

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