Shuttle transfer between pont Royal and Paris airports
History and visit the Pont Royal in Paris
The bridge is one of three Royal oldest bridges in Paris, it was classified as a historic monument since 01 May 1939.
Composed of five semicircular arches, it connects the right side of the left bank of the Seine at the Pavillon de Flore at the rue du Bac and rue de Beaune. In 1632, a toll bridge wooden bridge called Sainte-Anne Pont-Rouge. Since 1550 a container intended to come and go to the location itself.
Considering the materials used in its construction, it was a heartbreaking fragility and was repaired for the first time in 1649. It did not take two years to be completely rebuilt, burned down in 1654, washed away in 1656, completely rebuilt in 1660, supported in 1673, and finally swept away by a flood in February 1684. The bridge has been repaired several times until it is completely replaced by a stone bridge between 1685 and 1689 with funding from Louis XVI who named himself Pont Royal.
During the French Revolution, it was renamed the National Bridge. The future French emperor would have placed some cannons to defend the national convention and the committee of public safety who sat in the Tuileries.
The bridge was slightly restored in 1850 and 2005 lights have been placed in anticipation of the 2012 Olympic Games. It is often the scene of all sorts of festive events.
Transfer the Pont Royal in Paris
The Pont Royal is 21 km from Orly airport, 35 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 90km from the airport of Beauvais