Transfer by shuttle from Viarmes street to Parisian airports
History and visit the street Viarmes in Paris
Street Viarmes was invented 25 November 1762. It is located in the first district of the city of Paris in Les Halles. It begins at the rue Sauval and ends at the street Clémence Royer. It has a distance of 125 meters and 18 meters wide.
On the west side of the commodity exchange in Paris, the street has a unique orbicular a length of 125 meters. The name of this street was taken from Jean Baptiste Pontcarrée Viarmes which opened on the street. Monuments located along the street Viarmes which commodity exchange column and the former Hotel de Soissons known column Medici.
It governs the exchange of Commerce, which is located in the building which was the Corn Exchange. The building accommodates the offices of the Chamber of Commerce as well as the industry. Column Medici was built in 1572 for the astrologer Catherine de Medici. It has 31 meters high and the top is an observatory. The fountain and sundial dating from 1750 are the property of the city of Paris. Streets and alleys adjacent to the street which went Viarmes Louis Aragon and Blaise Cendrars, rue Adolphe Julien door and Louvre.
Transfer to Street Viarmes in Paris
Street Viarmes is at a distance of 20 km from Orly Airport to 27.2 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 86.3 km from the airport of Beauvais.