Private van transfer from Rue de la Fontaine-du-But to Paris airports
History and visit the Rue de la Fontaine du But in Paris
Rue de la Fontaine du But is a street that is part of the 18th arrondissement of Paris. It is located in the district of Grandes-Carrieres. Its area extends over 147 m long and 10 m wide. It opens at 26 rue Duhesme and ends at 23 rue Francoeur. It owes its name to the old Fontaine du But therein erected in the eighteenth century.
La Fontaine du But already existed in Roman times. The origin of its name comes from the fact that the English served as the place to do archery. The great scholar Sellier forward as Fontaine du Buc was the real name of this old trough, because there was once a goat sacrificed in honor of Mercury. The water that flows during the cleaning of the old trough ran down the next street. This led to the naming of this road, rue du Ruisseau. The fountain disappeared around 1880.
In the upper part of the rue de la Fontaine du But a staircase joins the Darwin street rue Lamarck. Another staircase is parallel to the staircase. This was the southern end of the rue de la Fontaine du But . It extends on the street Caulaincourt. The entrance to the metro station Lamarck-Caulaincourt is located next door to the stairs.
We can see today glitzy restaurants along this street as the Bugigattolo II, The Feuillades, A Little Fountain ... Two notable buildings built in the 1930s to stand there too. With a private garden and a large paved courtyard, together form a haven in the heart of the capital.
Transfer to the Rue de la Fontaine du But in Paris Rue de la Fontaine du But lies 29.4 km from Orly Airport, 25.2 km from Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport and 82.6 km from the airport of Beauvais .