Shuttle van transportation from rue Jean Goujon to Orly airport
History and visit the rue Jean Goujon in Paris The rue Jean Goujon is a path in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. It crosses the Champs Elysee. It begins 21, avenue Franklin Roosevelt and ends at the Place de la Reine Astrid. Its dimension 520 meters long and 14.60 meters wide. The creation of this street was made at the same time as the creation of neighborhood Francis.
The implementation of the rue Jean Goujon was made following an order dated 23 July 1823. The name of this street is a tribute to Jean Goujon, the sculptor of the Renaissance. Initially, the street began to replace George Clemenceau. The party was in place between George and Clemenceau Avenue d'Antin was named Avenue de Selves in 1934. The construction of this street began in 1825.
A humble home that was between the vegetable garden and the meadow was the residence of Victor Hugo from May 1830 to October 1832. It is here that the author wrote the famous book Notre Dame de Paris and his daughter Adèle was born. It is here also that his son Charles Hugo was suffering from the cholera epidemic of 1832.
Jean Goujon street has several hotels including the Hotel d'Essling built in 1834, Hotel Clermont ^ thunder, Hotel San Regis hotel and Vilgruy. The headquarters of the civil society for the collection and distribution of royalties for public performance of movies, the seat of the French fashion institute located in this street. It houses the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist and the Chapel of Our Lady of Consolation.
Transfer to the rue Jean Goujon in Paris Jean Goujon street is located at a distance of 20.9 km from Orly Airport to 30.5 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 86.3 km from the airport of Beauvais.