History and visit the Rue Greneta in Paris
Street Greneta starts in front of the beautiful church of Saint-Nicolas-des-Champs. This is a highway in the 2nd and 3rd arrondissement of Paris. Morphologically, the street Greneta starts at No. 241 rue Saint-Martin and ends at 72 rue Montorgueil. This street is 465 meters long and has a width of 12 meters.
The creation of the street Greneta probably dates back to the 13th century. At that time, it was called rue de la Trinité hospital because of who bore the same name. Subsequently, the street stopped to change the name. It was named successively rue de-Estal steak, then Guernetat Grenétat.
In the past, the street was already busy Greneta. Honoré de Balzac in his famous “Cesar Birotteau” could not help to describe the atmosphere and the hectic life of Parisians who lived in this street in the mid-19th century. One can imagine that this novel through the street was always bustling, surrounded by a multitude of shops and factories. It was always busy street.
Currently, the ambience around the street Greneta is totally different from what happened at the time of Birotteau. The street is quiet, lined with beautiful buildings. Beautiful cars that park often near the front of the shops become decorations for the street Greneta. You can see “The Place of the Children”, a bas-relief steel cross streets Greneta, Mary Stuart and Dussoubs.
Transfer to the street in Paris Greneta
Greneta Street is located 20.5 km from Orly Airport to 26.7 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 87.2 km from Paris Beauvais airport.