Shuttle tranportation Rue Saint-Claude to CDG airport
History and visit the Rue Saint-Claude in Paris
Rue Saint-Claude is a highway in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris. It was created in 1640. This street is 186 meters long and has a width of about 10 meters. Rue Saint-Claude connects to the Boulevard Beaumarchais rue de Turenne. The metro Saint-Sebastien - Froissart serves the site where is located rue Saint-Claude.
Before 1881, this street was called Rue Saint-Claude-au-Marais. Rue Saint-Claude was drawn on the edge of the vineyard Célestins. The gardens Tournelles absorbed much more of this vineyard known as Clos Margot. Rue Saint-Claude was named after a statue of Saint-Claude. This beautiful statue, located in the Impasse Saint-Claude, Claude was probably raised by Guénégaud. It was the owner of the rue Saint-Louis and he was also the street belonged to him.
Rue Saint-Claude collected some strange characters including Cagliostro, magician compromise in the scandalous affair of the "collar". This magician rented the first floor of a hotel located at No. 1 rue Saint-Claude. This hotel was built by Captain vessels Bouthillier-Chavigny. At No. 15 is the rectory of Saint-Denis. The impasse Saint Claude along the back of the hotel de Launay.
Tradition also the rue Saint-Claude had hosted the last barber Paris. This man lived at No. 8 rue Saint-Claude. One of his predecessors have had the privilege of styling Gaston d'Orléans. Currently, rue Saint-Claude shows a face with large modern buildings that stand proudly on the sides.
Transfer to the Rue Saint-Claude in Paris
Rue Saint Claude is located 17.8 km from Orly airport, 27.4 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 87.8 km from Paris Beauvais airport.