Shuttle from Palais du Luxembourg to Parisian airports
History and visit the Palais du Luxembourg in Paris
The Luxembourg Palace was built to be the home of Marie de Medici. The building serves as the seat of the French Senate since 1799. The realization of this building began in 1615 and ended in 1631. It is classified as a historical monument. The architect Salomon de Brosse is designated for the realization of this monument. It is located in the 6th arrondissement of Paris on the rue Vaugirard.
The area includes the Palace of Luxembourg Palace itself, the residence of the President of the Senate, the Museum of Luxembourg, Luxembourg little hotel but the gardens. The architecture of the palaces that imitated the Pitti Palace in Italy. His garden was among the most beautiful in France.
This palace takes the form of a parallelogram, which consists of 8 huge square pavilions. It has two impressive façades, one of which is placed at the north and one in the southern part of the building opening to the garden. The exterior of the palace is characterized by conformity and rigidity of these contours. The portal of the facade overlooking the rue Vaugirard is formed by two orders of columns shaped conical overlaps. The whole is surmounted by a dome decorated with a clock and statues.
The interior of the palace of Luxembourg stands out with the presence of the room book, the Senate Chamber and the magnificent staircase. It is elaborately decorated as the rest of the rooms of the palace. Paintings, tapestries, paintings, statues decorate this beautiful piece.
Shuttle Palais du Luxembourg in Paris
Luxembourg Palace is located at a distance of 18 km from Orly Airport to 29.4 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 90.5 km from the airport of Beauvais.