Shuttle transfer from Saint-Jacques street to Paris airports
History and visit the rue Saint-Jacques in Paris
Rue Saint-Jacques is one of the oldest streets in the city of Paris. It is located in the Sorbonne, the Val de Grace in the 5th arrondissement of Paris. It begins with 79 Galande streets and ends at 84 Boulevard de Port-Royal. This street has a length of 1550 meters to 20 meters wide. Its present name dates from 1806.
Rue Saint-Jacques was the path that connected the Gallic Gallo-Roman road. It was made in stone with these nine meters wide. She was also the main aisle between the Orleans and Stamp during the Middle Ages. Many pilgrims had to go through to the old church of Saint-Jacques de la Boucherie.
Rue Saint-Jacques has had several names since its existence. In the twelfth century it was called: High Street, also small bridge and main street of the small bridge. It also changed names several times as the thirteenth century: the high street Saint-Jacques fishermen, small Main Street Bridge, and Grand-rue Saint-Jacques.
Rue Saint-Jacques has gone through many stories whose religious war which was manifested September 4, 1557, the concentration of printers France between the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries. Famous people lived in this street as the poet Jean de Meung and the founder of modern sociology Émile Durkheim. The Oceanographic Institute of Paris, an institute for the deaf, the famous deli Pantheon and the port of salvation found in the street. The Porte Saint-Jacques also known as the door of Notre Dame fields built in the thirteenth century characterizes this street.
Transfer to the rue Saint-Jacques in Paris
Rue Saint Jacques is located at a distance of 18 km from Orly airport, 28.6 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 91.4 km from the airport of Beauvais.