Shuttle transportation from Rue des Mathurins to Paris airports
History and visit the Rue Mathurin in Paris
The street is one way Mathurins 8th and 9th arrondissement of Paris. The presence of this street was attested from the 13th century. Plotted on an old road which opened on farms belonging to Mathurins this street liaises Street Scribe instead Diaghilev and the Boulevard Malesherbes.
Prior to his current name, the street Mathurins carried the name "Rue Neuve des Mathurins." This street lost much of its territory after the construction of the intersection of the Opera and the creation of the Rue Gluck. Presumably, the street was named Mathurins to refer to the community's religious order Mathurins whose location is found once in the street Sommerard.
Street Mathurins proper begins at No. 19 Place Diaghilev and No. 17 rue Scribe. It ends at No. 30 Boulevard Malesherbes. Honoré de Balzac could not resist the beauty of this street and there is a luxurious mansion of Ferdinand du Tillet in his "A daughter of Eve."
You can find some small historic buildings lining the street Mathurins jovially. At No. 26 is the Hotel George Sand, who hosted the famous novelist at the time "Hotel Florence". At No. 38 is the Hotel des Mathurins. Theatre "Michel", the victim of a flood during the flood of the Seine in 1810, is located at No. 38 Rue des Mathurins.
Transfer to the Rue des Mathurins in Paris Rue des Mathurins is located 22.4 km from Orly airport, 27.5 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 84 km from Paris Beauvais airport.