Shuttle transport rue Pastourelle to Paris airports
History and visit the street in Paris Pastourelle
Pastourelle Street is in the heart of the Marais district in Paris 3rd arrondissement. Served by the Metro Arts et Métiers and Saint-Sébastien - Froissart. It begins and ends at rue Charlot Temple Street opposite the mouth of the street Gravilliers. It has a length of 135 meters.
Street Pastourelle found himself outside the walls of the enclosure of Philippe-Auguste in 1296. This highway that begins rue Charlot brought formerly known Croignet street. It was a meter wheat Temple famous in the late 13th century. The street was also named Saint-Quentin in the 14th century. Its current name comes from Roger Pastourelle, who owned a house in 1331.
Ministerial Decision dated 13 VII Fructidor fixed the width of the street Pastourelle 10 meters. This width is seen to increase by another 2 meters by royal decree issued in May 1833 and therefore the current width of the street is 12 meters. Street Pastourelle particularly draws its charm from the beautiful rue Charlot and its buildings. The street is very busy with tourists looking sober side of Paris.
Street Pastourelle, since 1877, unites three streets, the rue des Archives d'Anjou street-au-Marais and rue Groignet. Pastourelle Street retains some beautiful buildings with attractive among others at No. 5 Hotel Montauglan and No. 23 Bérard former home of breeches, a famous author who lived in the 18th century.
Transfer to the street in Paris Pastourelle
Street Pastourelle is 18.5 m from Orly airport to 27.8 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 87.5 km from the airport of Beauvais.