Private car transfer from Penthièvre to Charles de Gaulle airport
History and visit the street Penthièvre Paris Street Penthièvre through the city of Paris with the 370 meters long and 12 meters wide. It is located in the 8th arrondissement. It goes from the street to Cambacérès rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré. It was founded in the seventeenth century. Before taking its current name in 1846, this street had various names, including the path of the Marais, rue du Chemin Vert, Green Street and the Great Green Street.
Street Penthièvre was an old road that existed in 1690. The buildings were non-existent in this street in 1734. It is in 1750 she was appointed Street Green Road and Green Street in 1775. The current name of the street was given in honor of the Duke of Penthièvre following a royal order dated November 4, 1846. It was the grandfather of Louis Philippe I.. The width of the street was ordered to a minimum of 10 meters following a ministerial decision. This width is changed to 12 meters after a royal decree of 27 September 1836. The numbering of the buildings on this street is regulated by the prefectural order dated July 26, 1834.
The street known as Penthièvre housed people: Napoleon's sister Elisa Bonaparte, brother of Napoleon, Lucien Bonaparte. The founder of the Red Cross, Henry Dunant lived in number 19 between 1872 and 1875. Hotel D'Albion Paris and Paris Saint Honore are located on this street. It houses the gallery Guillaume and several restaurants.
Transfer to the streets Penthièvre in Paris Street Penthièvre lies at a distance of 27.7 km from Orly Airport, 31.5 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 84.8 km from the airport of Beauvais.