Shuttle van transfer from rue Cambacérès to Paris Roissy CDG airport
History and visit the street Cambacérès Paris
Cambacérès the street is a path belonging to the 8th arrondissement of the French capital. It starts in place of Saussaies and ends at the Rue La Boetie. It was created in 1865. Previously, she had other names like rue du Chemin Vert, rue de la Ville Bishop and Berthollet Street.
Cambacérès the street was part of the city street Bishop. It was separated from the street in 1865. The party was between the street and the street Penthièvre Saussaies called rue du Chemin Vert. This section was already on a plan drawn by Jouvin Rochefort in 1672. The name it now bears was given in honor of Jean Jacques Régis de Cambacérès.
The street is home Cambacérès buildings under the Ministry of the Interior. Emmanuel Chabrier, the composer worked in this building from 1861 to 1880. The member of the Comedie-French Raphael Duflos died January 21, 1946 at number 12 of this street. A plaque in his memory is located on this street.
It also housed the now destroyed buildings like hotels that were at number 8 and 14 of this street and the dwelling house of Alphonse de Lamartine. The engineer and industrialist Ernest Gouin lived on this street. Also located on this street several restaurants like The Inte Caffé, the Apple Juice, Tastes In Asia, The Royal, Prima Verde and the SARL Fooding and Tibi Timhotel Elysee Paris.
Transfer to Cambacérès street in Paris
Cambacérès the street is an interval of 21.8 km from Orly Airport, 28.5 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 84.4 km from the airport of Beauvais.