Shuttle van transfer between la rue de Dragon and Orly airport
History and visit the street of Dragon in Paris
This street belongs to the 6th arrondissement of Paris. It is located in the district of Saint-Germain-des-Prés. Street Dragon begins at 163 Boulevard Saint-Germain and ends at No. 2 rue de Grenelle and n ° 56 rue du Four. It has a length of 215 meters. Width of 12 meters was fixed under a royal decree of 29 April 1839.
Historically, the street was formerly called Dragon Street Sepulchre. However, the inhabitants of the street demanded renaming of the street in 1808. The competent authority approved this request. Thus the name of the street Sepulchre was substituted by the rue du Dragon in memory of a carved dragon that is above the door of No. 50, rue de Rennes. Another bronze dragon is still in the corner of the rue du Dragon and rue de Grenelle.
Street Dragon is related to some important people. At No. 8 of the street is the house where the actor French director Laurent Terzieff. The actor was also known for his theatrical activities. At No. 13 is found the painter, sculptor and poet Albert Dupont. The street also housed at No. 14 editions of art books Christian Zervos.
Commemorative plaques along this street are also a popular venue it by tourists. At No. 24 is a crowned head and engraved at No. 30 with a commemorative plaque Victor Hugo at No. 36 with a commemorative plaque to Jean Giono. Visitors can still see the corner of the rue du Dragon and rue de Grenelle a statue of Dragon.
Transfer to the street of Dragon in Paris
Dragon Street is located 16.7 km from Orly Airport, 34.3 miles from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 89.5 km from Paris Beauvais airport.