Private transfer Boulevard du Temple to Paris Roissy CDG
History and visit the Boulevard du Temple in Paris
Boulevard du Temple in Paris between the 3rd district of the 11th arrondissement and extends from the Place de la République than Pasdeloup. Planted in 1668, the development leading to the birth of the boulevard was not completed until the early 18th century. This boulevard is also a large part of its business transformation transformations Haussmann to the 19th century.
At the time of the unfortunate Louis XVI until the July Monarchy, the Parisian boulevard has seen incredible effervescence so much that we ended up calling "Boulevard du Crime". Place of concentration of several theaters and cafes that time, the Boulevard du Temple became a place of entertainment and favorite walk of the bourgeois class.
The aborted attack against the king Louis-Philippe, who killed 18 people in July 1835 took place on this street. With the breath of the land Haussmann street could not keep the Déjazet Theatre, a theater founded in 1851 on the site of a former tennis court. Other theaters have been demolished in favor of new modern buildings.
The Boulevard du Temple begins at No. 25 rue des Filles-du-Calvaire and ends at No. 1 in the Place de la République. It is 405 meters long and has a width of 36.50 meters. French novelist Gustave Flaubert occupied a house at No. 42 Boulevard du Temple in the mid 19th century.
Transfer to the Boulevard du Temple in Paris The Boulevard du Temple is located 19.2 km from Orly airport, 27.3 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 87.3 km from Paris Beauvais airport.