Shuttle rue des Lavandières-Sainte-Opportune to Charles de Gaulle airport
History and visit the street Lavandières-Sainte-Opportune in Paris
The street of Sainte Opportune Lavandières was created before the 13th century. It is located in the first district of the city of Paris. It passes through the districts of Saint Germain l'Auxerrois and Les Halles. It measures 178 meters long and 12-15 meters wide. The street of Sainte Opportune Lavandières starts at 24 Victoria Avenue and 2 Street Saint Germain l'Auxerrois and ends at 7 rue des Halles.
At the beginning of 13 centuries, the street Lavandières Sainte Opportune sprawled in Tannery Wharf. The party was between the dock and the Mégisserie Victoria Avenue is named after Édouard Colonne a decree of 16 July 1912. Street Lavandières Sainte Opportune took its name thanks to the washerwomen who lived there and the church of Saint Opportune. The construction of the road had included some streets like Rue de drinker who was in the southern part of the street. On the corner of rue Jean Lantier is a beautiful plate of jewelers without armorial sign.
Famous people have lived on the street Lavandières Sainte Opportune including Nicolas Germain and Felix Vandive Boffrand. Nicolas Félix Vandive was a clerk at the grand council secretary and advisor notary house and crown of France. He was responsible to inquire about the health of King Louis XV before his death. Boffrand Germain was an engineer and architect, he lived on the street in 1726.
Transfer to the street Lavandières-Sainte-Opportune in Paris The street of Sainte Opportune Lavandières is 19.8 km from Orly Airport to 29.1 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 90.3 km from the airport of Beauvais.