Private transportation from Gare district to Paris airports
History and visit the Gare district in Paris
The Gare district is located in the 13th arrondissement of the French capital. It is the 50th administrative district of the city of Paris. It covers an area of 304.4 hectares and has around 69,000 inhabitants. It is bordered by the Seine, Avenue de Choisy in the west, Boulevard Vincent Auriol in the north and the municipalities of Ivry-sur-Seine and the Kremlin-Bicetre south.
The Gare district was so named because of the presence of hollowed basin which served as water retention basin during the reign of Louis XVI. In antiquity it was a malaria area. It was not within the walls of Paris, but was attached to the village of Ivry. The establishment of careers between Avenue de Choisy and current street Dunois was the beginning of change. Paths were well established.
The Gare district has a large number of monuments and special places. It has two churches, including the Notre Dame de la Gare Saint-Hippolyte and the church. The National Library of France, which is the most outstanding of French libraries in the area. It is considered a public institution. It has a very large collection of documents, but also has a very advanced digital library. This neighborhood is also home to the University of Paris VII. It has 27 000 students divided in various campuses. The center Pierre-Mendes also place in this area with the 11 000 students. Choisy Park, the refrigerators, the factory Panhard, the city of refuge and salvation Army Freyssinet Hall are essential parts of this district.
Transfer to the Gare district in Paris The area of the station is at a distance of 16.7 km from Orly Airport, 29.5 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 97.8 km from the airport of Beauvais.