Transfer between Roissy Charles de Gaulle to Rue Montalivet in Paris
History and visit the Rue Montalivet in Paris
Montalivet Street is a street located in the district of la Madeleine in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. It connects the street to the street Saussaies Aguesseau. This street was called Rue du Marché-d'Aguesseau from 1723 until 1877. As the street Aguesseau Street Montalivet found also on the large land sold by Joseph-Antoine Descazaux Aguesseau.
From 1867, the Market Street-d'Aguesseau was renamed rue Montalivet in honor of Count Montalivet, Mr. Jean-Pierre Bachasson who was minister of Napoleon Bonaparte. Street Montalivet has a length of 149 meters and a width of 10 meters.
Montalivet Street begins at No. 13 Rue d'Aguesseau. It finds its terminus at No. 10 rue des Saussaies. Among the important people who lived in this street, there are the prefect of the Seine Eugène Poubelle who lived at No. 18. At No. 7 is a hotel that was Henri d'Orléans Duc d'Aumale. At No. 3 is the building that was once home to the Earl Léonce Hallez-Claparède, a member of the Lower Rhine.
View from the street Saussaies Street Montalivet appears as very modern. Certainly, it is a little dark by large buildings that surround it. However, this street of the 8th district has a lot of charm and its tranquility. It has become the favorite spot for walkers wishing to enjoy Paris in the calm during the afternoon.
Transfer to Paris St Montalivet Montalivet Street is located 22.2 km from Orly Airport to 29.8 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 85.1 km from Paris Beauvais airport.