Shuttle rue Jean Jacques Rousseau to Paris airports
History and visit the rue Jean Jacques Rousseau in Paris
Rue Jean Jacques Rousseau 380 meters long 14-15 meters wide. It is located in the 1st arrondissement of Paris. It begins at 158-164 rue Saint-Honoré and ends at 43 Etienne Marcel and 21 rue Montmartre. It is located in the district of Les Halles. The creation of this road was made before the 13th century and was given its name in 1791.
In the past, street Coquillière divided into two parts because of the rue du Louvre: the northern part is called Platriere street while the southern part was called rue Grenelle St. Honoré. The rue Saint-Honoré had different names as guernelle, garnelles, guarnales before bringing this name.
In the 14th century, the street was already Platriere in Paris and gave access to the Platriere of Maverse. The philosopher Jean Jacques Rousseau lived on the street between 1770 and 1778. To honor him, the street name was changed in rue Jean Jacques Rousseau in 1791.
Hotel was in positions where the hotel was the Counts of Flanders 13th century. It was built in 1880. Before becoming a hotel positions, served as the place of location of various institutions like the hotel Epernon hotel Armenonville. Characters lived rue Jean Jacques Rousseau Jean de la Fontaine as he died April 13, 1695 in this street.
Transfer to the rue Jean Jacques Rousseau in Paris
The rue Jean Jacques Rousseau is at a distance of 20 km from Orly Airport to 27.2 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 86.4 km from the airport of Beauvais.