Private shuttle van between Rue de Guénégaud and Orly airport
History and visit the street in Paris Guénégaud
Guénégaud Street is a street that belongs to the 6th arrondissement of Paris. Located in the neighborhood of the Mint, it starts at No. 5 quai de Conti and ends at No. 15 rue Mazarine. Street Guénégaud has a length of 190 meters and a width of 10 meters.
Historically, the construction of the street Guénégaud began in 1641 and 1664 on the former site of the Hotel de Nevers was sold that year to Henri du Plessis-Guénégaud since 1609 -1676. We know he was a secretary of state of the House of King Louis XIV, who built his hotel Guénégaud which the street is named.
Visitors can admire the No. 2 which was the entrance to the Mint. It is a building of the 18th century masterpiece of architect Jacques Denis Antoine, who lived from 1733 to 1801. Street Guénégaud still houses the Paris Mint and the Mint Museum of Paris. Can still be found today No. 22-27 remains of the walls of Philippe Auguste
Street Guénégaud is also attached to the great people who attended. Remained at No. 12 M. Blégny, the king's physician, who was known for the verification of new discoveries in medicine. Later still, the illustrious Condorcet reserved five where six parts of the mezzanine at the Hotel de la Monnaie. MP Camus, former lawyer of the candle, archivist of the Republic and custody of the National Archives, arranged another dwelling in the street, more precisely at No. 9 and 17.
Transfer to Street Guénégaud in Paris
Street Guénégaud is located 19.8 km from Orly Airport, 34 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 89.4 km from Paris Beauvais airport.