Shutte transfer between rue de Provence and Paris airports
History and visit the rue de Provence in Paris
Provence Street crosses the districts of Madeleine and the Chaussée d'Antin. It is a street that is in the 8th and 9th arrondissement of Paris. A portion of the street between the Rue de Rome and rue du Havre is part of the 8th arrondissement.
The rue de Provence was founded in 1771 and measuring 1193 meters in length to 18 meters wide. It begins rue Faubourg Montmartre and rue de Rome ends. Formerly it was called Saint-Nicolas d'Antin.
Commissioning of the rue de Provence was made following the approval of the December 15, 1770. The main beneficiary of this street at the time was the banker and farmer-general Jean Joseph de Laborde. He was the owner of the land who were on rue d'Artois and rue de Provence. In return, he was responsible for flooring.
The rue de Provence superimposes the stream Ménilmontant which became a big sewer measuring about two meters wide. The name of this street was given in honor of Louis Stanislas Xavier was the Count of Provence, brother of Louis XVI, king of France in 1814.
Impressive buildings are located in the Rue de Provence. Hotel dating from the eighteenth century has been transformed into new art fair in 1895 by Samuel Bing. Currently, the building became a post office, but it still retains all the splendor outside. Street housed the famous house close one-two-two between 1924 and 1946.
Transfer to the Rue de Provence in Paris The rue de Provence is located 19.9 km from Orly airport to 40.6 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 84.2 km from the airport of Beauvais.