Pick up by night at rue Saints-Pères to Paris airports
History and visit the Rue des Saints-Peres in Paris
The rue des Saints-Peres connects the rue de Grenelle docks and Voltaire Malaquais. This is a highway belonging to the 6th and 7th arrondissement of Paris. Originally, the rue des Saints-Peres was called "Saint-Pierre" in reference to a chapel called "St. Peter" who was in the street.
In a few titles of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the rue des Saints-Peres also bore formerly known as "Rue Saint-Dominique." In other securities belonging to the abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, mention was made of the Maladrerie street, the Hotel-Dieu Hospital de la Charite to designate the rue des Saints-Peres.
The rue des Saints-Peres begins at Number 23 Quai Malaquais and the number 1 Quai Voltaire. The length of this road is 660 meters. Any street width Saints-Peres was fixed at 8 meters under a ministerial decision issued on 18 Pluviose IX. Among the famous people who lived in the rue des Saints-Peres include the painter Gustave Moreau and physician Samuel Hahnemann.
The publication of a royal decree in January 1831 determined the widths of the street between 10 and 13, 50 meters. Width from the dock to the streets of the University and Jacob is 10 meters. Based on these streets to the rue Saint-Guillaume, a width of 13.50 meters. The width of the portion between the rue Saint-Guillaume up the main street Taranne is 12.50 meters. Finally, the width of the area between the high street until the street Taranne Grenelle is 10 meters.
Transfer to the Rue des Saints-Peres in Paris The rue des Saints-Peres is located 16.6 km from Orly airport, 34.3 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 89.1 km from Paris Beauvais airport.