Trasportation by shuttle from Roissy CDG and rue de l’Eperon in Paris
History and visit the rue de l'Eperon in Paris
Street de l'Eperon is an important way that belongs to the 6th arrondissement of Paris. It begins in the rue Saint-Andre-des-Arts and ends at No. 10 rue Danton and 120 boulevard Saint-Germain. It has a length of 130 meters and a width of 10 meters. It was created in the 13th century. These are the lines M, 4, 10 Odéon and RATP bus lines 63, 86 which serve the site.
The street was named in 1267 vicus Galgani. She also bore names that were inspired by his original name: Gaugai way in 1291, then in 1296 Gaugain street Cauvain in 1300 Gougaud in 1521, and in 1531 Gayain Goyani in 1543. It was also called street Chapperon in 1430, in 1485 and the Chappeau Capon in 1521. She began to wear are present name in 1636 because of a sign.
The Rue de l'Eperon is attached to Lycee Fenelon who has several buildings. The main building of the Lycee Fenelon is located at No. 2. The school schedule is at No. 13, rue Suger. Recently built just at the beginning of the 20th century in the style of Jules Ferry, this Annex is mainly used by students.
Visitors can still see the main building which houses a wing of the former hotel Villayer dating back to the 18th century much of the administration. There are historical rooms of the old mansion and laboratory work practices that are classified as historical monuments. Other wings that surround the courtyard are equipped classrooms, halls and computer science as well as of the library
Transfer to rue de l'Eperon in Paris
Rue d'Eperon is located 19.4 km from Orly airport, 33.6 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 89.8 km from Paris Beauvais airport.