Car pickup at rue de Clignancourt to transfer at Paris Charles de Gaulle airport
History and visit the Rue de Clignancourt in Paris
Rue de Clignancourt is part of the 18th arrondissement of Paris. It begins at the Boulevard de Rochechouart and stops at the Rue Championnet. It measures 1,325 m long and 32 m wide. It was completed in 1868 by the municipality of Montmartre.
The southern part of the street belonged to the early nineteenth century to the floor of Clignancourt. The latter was extended northwards in 1847. A second extension was carried out in 1858 up to the Championnet street. In 1860, the barrier Rochechouart and the hamlet of Clignancourt were linked by the road. The part between the Rue Ramey and Championnet street was named rue du Château Rouge. The meeting of the latter to the floor Clignancourt gave birth to the Rue de Clignancourt in 1868.
The Red Castle which was originally the name of a part of the street was a small manor house built of brick and stone in 1780. A beautiful park surrounded him, stretching the streets of Fishmongers, Doudeauville, Christiani and Ramey. The building served as a command post to the brother of Napoleon I, King Joseph in 1814.
Much of the park was transformed into a subdivision in 1844. The remaining part of the manor and later named the Red Castle Ball at the place where stood a popular public dance between 1848 and 1864. In its gardens stood the first banquet reformers welcomed more than 1,000 people. In 1882, the public ball was demolished to make way for tenements which lie between 42 and 54 of the rue Clignancourt.
Transfer to the Rue de Clignancourt in Paris Rue de Clignancourt is located 28.6 kilometers from Orly Airport, 23.9 km from Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport and 83.6 km from the airport of Beauvais.