Private car pick up at rue Artois to drop down at Paris Orly airport
History and visit the rue d'Artois in Paris
The rue d'Artois is a way of the 8th arrondissement of Paris. It is located in the Faubourg du Roule. It begins at 96, rue La Boétie and ends at 52 Washington Street. It was 380 meters long and 12 meters wide. The creation of this road was made in 1823. Before being named rue d'Artois, she had other names like new street Poitiers Street Stables Artois Street Reform. It is different from the street belonging to the 9th district and named Rue d'Artois.
The Comte d'Artois became the owner of the land where was the royal nursery in 1772. He intended to create a new neighborhood. A comprehensive housing project was established after the signing of the peace agreement with Britain. This project has been suspended due to the French Revolution. A ministerial decision ordered the width of the street 13 meters. The opening of this road was made in 1823 between the rue La Boétie and the rue de Berri.
The rue d'Artois has several buildings full of history. The brewery is located on the ground floor of the building at number 1 in 1924 this street was a place of rendezvous for surrealists. A building made of stone and brick which is at number 23 was where Claire Vanderbilt collected tables. The famous Blue Note jazz club was at number 27 of this street. It housed many famous people like the writer Pitre Chevalier, the poet Alfred de Vigny and half worldly Émilienne Alencon.
Transfer to the rue d'Artois in Paris
Artois the street is at a distance of 22.5 km from Orly Airport, 30 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 86.2 km from the airport of Beauvais.