Transfer Sébastopol boulevard to Orly and CDG airports
History and visit the Boulevard de Sebastopol in Paris
Boulevard de Sebastopol dissociates the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th arrondissement of Paris. It starts at 12 Victoria Avenue and ends at 9 Boulevard Saint-Denis. Measure IL 1332 meters long and 30 meters large.Les construction of this road began in 1854. It was inaugurated in 1858 during the reign of Napoleon III. He was called Boulevard center. The title door now that the boulevard was given to commemorate the capture of Sevastopol in 1855.
The construction of the boulevard had led to the removal of certain streets like Rue de la Savonnerie, three Moors Street, the street of the Old coin and a fraction of the Batavian court. Salle Street Count was captured by the Boulevard de Sebastopol while the old passage Saint-Denis was supprimé.Le Boulevard de Sebastopol has three bands for cars and a dedicated bus lane. It is flanked by shops and restaurants. It is not an entertainment venue unlike Marsh and Les Halles.
This is a very important constituent of the north-south axis that runs through the middle of Paris. During the alteration of the city of Paris, it is pierced by the Boulevard Haussmann. Construction continued until the street Cujas and wore the name of Boulevard Saint-Michel. Boulevard de Sebastopol inspired the composer Jean Roger Caussimon and Léo Ferré for the song My Sebastopol in 1957.
Transfer to the Boulevard de Sebastopol in Paris
Boulevard de Sebastopol is located 19.8 km from Orly Airport, 26 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 87.6 km from the airport of Beauvais.