Shuttle van transfer from Rue Tronchet to Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle
History and visit the Rue Tronchet in Paris
The street is a public thoroughfare Tronchet own the 8th arrondissement of Paris. It liaises between Boulevard Haussmann and the Place Madeleine. This street was already open from the mid 19th century and occupied the territory on which stood the Convent de la Ville-Eveque and the farm belonging to Mathurins.
The street was named "Tronchet" in honor of François Denis Tronchet, a prominent defender of Louis XVI. Indeed, this illustrious man was a lawyer at the Parlement of Paris and actively participated in the defense of the poor king was beheaded in January 1793. This historic street also keeps in mind other famous people like Charles Mérouvel, the famous pianist Frederic Chopin and Robert Lamennais. All once lived in the street Tronchet.
This street Madeleine district is also home to other specific sites of interest. At No. 7 is the magnificent Hotel de Pourtalès still breathing heavily from the Italian Renaissance style. Jean Cocteau lived in a house located at No. 2 rue Tronchet. At No. 2 once lived Chouan General Aimé Picqué.
Tronchet street is 400 meters long. She is taking her to the Place de la Madeleine and Boulevard Haussmann is the culmination of this road. Tronchet Street is one of the busiest streets in Paris because of the high number of commercial galleries there. Every June, the street is also home to the largest flea market, a rendezvous for lovers of obsolete objects.
Transfer to Paris Rue Tronchet Tronchet Street is located 22.1 km from Orly airport, 27.5 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 84.1 km from Paris Beauvais airport.