Shuttle transfer Rue du Roi-Doré to Paris airports
History and visit the Rue du Roi-Dore in Paris
The rue du Roi-Dore, created around 1620, is a highway linking the rue de Turenne in the street Thorigny. This street, located in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris, measuring 59 meters long and 10 meters wide. In the late 18th century, most Parisian street saying "Golden".
According to tradition, the rue du Roi-Dore was named for a golden bust of King Louis XIII, who found there. This street is called Rue Saint-Francois and Sainte Françoise before taking its current name. Morphologically, the rue du Roi-Dore begins at 77 rue de Turenne and ends at 20 Rue de Thorigny.
The famous French novelist Honoré de Balzac occupied a house at No. 7 from 1822 to 1825. In August 2005, a terrible fire took place at No. 8 provoking. Seven people including four children would perish by fire. Two metro stations (Saint-Sébastien Froissart and) serve the site where the rue du Roi-Dore.
The old building at Weber Group No. 8 rue du Roi-Dore hosted in 2008 a branch of Jean-Michel Wilmotte. The rue du Roi-Dore is a typical Parisian street. It exudes calm and modernity. View from the rue de Turenne, this street stands proudly by its modern buildings and soberly decorated. Whether in one day or during rainy weather, many tourists can not resist the urge to walk in the rue du Roi-Dore because of its magnificence.
Transfer to the rue du Roi-Dore in Paris The Rue du Roi-Dore is located 18 km from Orly airport, 27.4 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 87.8 km from Paris Beauvais airport.