Shuttle transfer to the district of Bel-Air in Paris
History and tour of the district of Bel Air in Paris
The district of Bel-Air belongs to the 12th arrondissement of Paris city. It is the 45th administrative district of the French capital. It has a density of about 24,000 inhabitants per square kilometer. It located in the southern part of his district. It is bordered to the north by the Cours de Vincennes, on the south by the Bois de Vincennes, on the west by Boulevard Picpus and Picpus Street, on the east by the municipality of Saint-Mande.
The district of Bel-Air was part of the municipality of Saint-Mande. It is placed inside all the fortifications built around Paris in 1844. It is included in the city of Paris in 1860. It is accessible by three metro lines, the metro Porte de Vincennes, the metro Picpus and Bel-Air and the metro Michel Bizot and Golden Gate. It is also accessible through the RATP bus lines 26, 29, 46 and 56.
The district of Bel-Air has special places: the palace of the Golden Gate and the International Center of Paris stay. The Palace of the Golden Gate was formerly the Museum of colonies, the museum of France overseas and the National Museum of African and Oceanic Arts. It was built in 1931 by architect Albert Laprade. It houses the national city of the history of immigration since 2007. While the international center of Paris is a holiday hostel. It was created in 1964 by the city of Paris.
Transfer to the district of Bel-Air in Paris
The district of Bel-Air is located at a distance of 16.5 km from Orly Airport, 28.4 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 93.8 km from the airport of Beauvais.