Transportation rue des Orfèvres to Paris Charles de Gaulle
History and visit rue des Orfèvres
Rue des Orfèvres is a street 1erarrondissement Paris. It is one of the largest borough and the history of the capital. It measures 168 meters long and 12 meters wide and was built in the thirteenth century. She was appointed to the Chapel Street Goldsmith in the twelfth century and named the street Moines Joy Street in Val deformation of Jenvau Moines. She also assisted the street name of the street and two doors Between Two Doors.
It crosses the Halles district, one of the oldest in the city dating from the early Middle Ages. She also begins to 1rue Saint-Denis and ends at 14 rue Bertin Poirée in the district of Saint-Germain-Auxerrois. It was formerly known as Jean-Lointier, Paris thirteenth century.
It is surrounded to the south by the 6th and 7th districts, on the west by the 8th arrondissement, on the 2nd district north and east by the 3rd and 4th district which are located on the right side. It also includes the western part of the Ile de la Cité. A chapel and a clinic are trained in the streets of Goldsmiths. According to Article R2512-1 of the General Local Authorities, it will always keep the name of the district the Louvre, but the surname is not used in everyday life.
Rue des Orfèvres transfer to the Paris airports
Rue des Orfèvres is located 20 km from Orly Airport, 34 km from the airport of Charles de Gaulle Airport and 92 km from the airport of Beauvais.