Private transfer between Roissy CDG and Rue de Seine in Paris
History and visit the Rue de Seine in Paris
The Rue de Seine is a public way located in the 6th arrondissement of Paris. It crosses three areas: the area of the Odeon, the Currency and the Saint-Germain-des-Prés. The street joined the Rue Saint-Sulpice at the dock Malaquais. Part of the rue de Seine existed since 1259.
The rue de Seine was established on a portion of the ditch that leads to the Seine. At that time, the street was not yet present morphology. It was then called "rue de Seine" in the late 15th century. From 1867, the street changed its name to "street of the Senate." That portion of the street between the Rue de Buci and dock Malaquais which happens to be the oldest in existence since the 13th century.
Many famous people frequented this street before. The gallery owner Pierre Loeb disposed of a workshop on this street in the years 46-47. Baudelaire lived in a furnished hotel located at No. 57 Rue de Seine. The painter André Hébuterne decided to set up his studio and his home at No. 12. On No. 26 found himself once a former cabaret busy at the time of King Henry IV. There is no more iconic than this place teaches.
Honoré Balzac is the home of General Montriveau in his novel "The Duchess of Langeais" in the Rue de Seine. The Rue de Seine itself starts at No. 3 on the Quai Malaquais and finds its culmination at No. 16 Rue Saint-Sulpice. The length of this road is 665 meters and its width is 11.70 meters.
Transfer to the rue de Seine in Paris
The Rue de Seine is located 20.2 km from Orly Airport, 34.5 km from the airport Charles de Gaulle Airport and 89.3 km from Paris Beauvais airport.