Shared shuttle from Batignolles district to Paris airports
History and visit the Batignolles district of Paris
The Batignolles is located in the 17th arrondissement of Paris city. This is the 67th administrative district of the French capital and had around 38,000 inhabitants in 2005. It is accessible by lines 2, 3 and 13 of the Paris metro. It is limited by the northern boundary of north Paris, Boulevard des Batignolles to the south, rue de Tocqueville and the rue de Lévis west and Avenue de Clichy and rue Lemercier east.
The name of the Batignolles district comes from the Latin word which means small batagliona war because it was the place where several military exercises were carried out. He is on the board of Batignolles who was a hunting place for the royals and the barons. This place is transformed into a residence in farm during the revolution. It is attached to Clichy la Garenne and annexed to the city of Paris in 1860 suites to a decree of the Emperor Napoleon III. It was a neighborhood that attracted traders.
The Batignolles is also very well known for filled during the mid-19th century cultural life. Many artists lived there as the poet Paul Verlaine and Stéphane Mallarmé painter. It houses the Batignolles cemetery is open August 22, 1833. It covers an area of 11 hectares and has about 900 trees. The Square des Batignolles is established in 1862 is located in this neighborhood. It currently has a tour.
Transfer to the Batignolles district of Paris The Batignolles is located at a distance of 23.6 km from Orly Airport, 25.1 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 82.1 km from the airport of Beauvais.