Private car service from Champs Élysée to CDG airport

History and visit Paris  Champs Elysees  avenue
The Champs-Elysees is the most famous and largest avenue in the French capital. This avenue is considered the most beautiful in the world. It is located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris and is the Concorde Square to the Place Charles de Gaulle. It measures 1,910 meters long 70 meters wide. It was created in 1670 and it had carried the banners went du Roule, Avenue de Neuilly. Its current name was given March 2, 1864 with reference to the Elysium fields in Greek mythology was "a place where the hell stopped the brave souls."
The Elysium Fields Avenue has two huge sidewalks, each measuring 20 meters. In the eastern part of the roundabout of the Champs-Elysées-Marcel-Dassault place known by the name of promenade des Champs-Elysées against sidewalks. These counters went home to the beautiful gardens of the avenue. The gardens are divided into rectangular spaces carrées.L'avenue has named five square whose square Ambassadors, the square of the Elysee, the Marigny square, the square of the Grand Géorama and square beater. Grand square Battoir also known as the Great Square of the Games was designed by the Marquis de Marigny. It houses the Petit Palais and the Grand Palais. Squares with the exception of Grand square beater each have a fountain.
The top of the Champs Elysee is home to many luxury boutiques, great restaurants and cafes, and entertainment venues. This is the first avenue in the world to receive a coating of bitumen in 1938. Major redevelopment work has been done on the avenue in 1994. personalities in the world of urban architecture occurred for this work as urban planner Bernard Huet or street furniture designers Jean-Michel Wilmotte and Norman Foster. The boutiques have a monopoly Avenue until 1950. It later housed the headquarters of some companies looking for a luxury image. With the arrival of the RER, the avenue is open to many Parisians, this allowed the most popular shops to take a place on the avenue.
The work carried out in 1994 have restored the image of the avenue. It has several malls and shop. The commercial success of the avenue is reinforced by the opening of some stores to midnights and Sunday. It has 120 shops around and the annual turnover of these shops are approaching one billion euros. The presence of cinemas and restaurants on the avenue increases the level of attendance. These cinemas organize and plan the first major films in original version. It is an attraction in itself. The association "the committee Champs Elysees" brings traders Avenue since 1860. This association is founded under the name of the visitor and defending Champs Elysees. Its function is to maintain the prestigious image of the avenue. The Champs Elysee is one of the most expensive places in the world with its image both popular and prestigious. Many brands have taken place in this avenue as Nike, Omega, Eden Shoes, Lacoste, Hugo Boss, and Louis Vuitton. Paseo de la Reforma in Mexico City, the Benjamin Franklin Parkway and Avenida 9 de Julio in Buenos Aires were inspired by the prestigious avenue in Paris.
Transfer to the Champs-Elysees avenue  in Paris
The Champs-Elysees is a distance of 26 km from Orly Airport, 30 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 94 km from the airport of Beauvais.

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