Cergy is a commune, located in the Val-d’Oise department, 28 km (17 miles) northwest from the centre of Paris. It is part of the new town of Cergy-Pontoise, which was created in the mid twentieth century. Cergy has more than fifty-eight thousand inhabitants. It is a home to the Prefecture Building, the administration and council of the Val-d’Oise department. Pontoise is the official prefecture for this commune.
Cergy is a home of ‘Les 3 Fontaines,’ one of the largest malls of the Val-d’Oise department, which includes shops and surface area, and office space to let. Today the mall has around thirty-five thousand customers and around a hundred and fifty shops. Hypermarket Auchan is one of the stores.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Cergy has three major monuments: the church of Saint-Christophe, the fortified gate and tower of the ancient priory church - adjacent to the south, and the Gency Menhir. The commune has a variety of restaurants, offering French and other cuisines. Examples include: Le Port d’Asie, Ici et Ailleurs, Au Week-End, and Auberge Restaurant les Côteaux.
Cergy is accessible by several means of public transport: STIVO buses and a direct transfer service from Charles de Gaulle International Airport, the Paris RER line A and the Transilien Paris – Saint-Lazare suburban rail line.