History and visit the Faubourg Saint-Honore in Paris
The Faubourg Saint-Honoré is an ancient district of the French capital. It is organized around the rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore. This street belongs to the 8th district of the city of Paris and through the district of La Madeleine. It begins at the Royal Street and ends at the Avenue de Wagram and Place des Ternes. It measures 2070 meters long and 1380 meters wide and 14.50. The name of this street was given following a decree dated December 10, 1847. This street is in the station of Saint-Philippe du Roule metro and several bus lines, including lines 52, 83 and 93. Signs of bike rentals are located in this street to browse the capital with ease.
The rue Faubourg Saint-Honoré is one of the most magnificent streets of his district or even the city of Paris. It houses the official residence of the President of the French Republic: the Elysee Palace, embassies, art galleries and a large number of luxury stores. On the east side of this street is the place Beauvau housing a hotel of the same name. While on the south side are inaccessible to the public schools and even police. Among these highly secure buildings include the Hotel Pontalba is the residence of the Ambassador of the United States and Charost hotel is the headquarters of the Embassy of the United Kingdom. Art and antique shops galleries are years the west side of the street.
The rue Faubourg Saint-Honoré in the Middle Ages was a path that joined the Saint-Honoré and the bridge du Roule. It was the main road to the village of Roule and still retains its meandering nature. This name is assigned in 1633 to the street which was in the western part of the new gate of St. Honore. The evolution of the neighborhood Faubourg Saint-Honoré was remarkable in the late 17th century. This development was characterized by the rise of wealthy financiers who were building splendid mansions between the Avenue Gabriel and Rue Faubourg Saint Honore. She was very popular with people of high society. The population growth promotes the development of the district. The rapid growth of the area has led to a royal ordinance prohibiting drilling streets and build.
The Faubourg Saint honored hosted famous personalities like writer and poet Maurice Étienne Legrand, Louis Conneau and Bon Adrien Jeannot Moncey. Several mansions are located on this street as the hotel Rohan Montbazon Hotel Pillet-Will, the Twin hotel, the Perrinet Jars or former Hotel d'Evreux. The Saint-Philippe du Roule church built between 1772 and 1784 is located on this street. Buildings that were on this street have been removed as the mansion that housed the fashion house Paul Poirret, the hotel Saint-Priest, the hotel Bouret, the hotel Brunoy Hotel Villemorien or hotel Vergès. Hotel establishments can accommodate visitors to the street as the hotel Montaigne flag, the Royal garden Champs Elysées, the Sainte-star Clarion Collection Honored or hotel Castiglione.
Transfer to the Faubourg Saint-Honore in Paris The Faubourg Saint-Honore is at a distance of 19.3 km from Orly Airport, 28.7 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 84.6 km from the airport of Beauvais.