History and visit the Rue Dauphine in Paris
Dauphine Street belongs to the 6th arrondissement of Paris. Located in the neighborhood of the Currency, the street starts to N. 57 Quai des Grands-Augustins and 1 quai de Conti and ends at No. 72 rue Saint-Andre-des-Arts and No. 51 rue Mazarine. It also has a length of 268 meters and a width of 16 meters. Built in 1607, brought successively rue Dauphine street names Rue Neuve de Thionville and Dauphine.
Historically, it was under the reign of Henry IV as the construction of the road began in 1607. Construction spread between the Seine and the walls of Philippe Auguste in the gardens of the convent. The monks have not given their land, but Henry IV convinced by threatening to open the street using force. The street was named in honor of the Dauphin, son of Henry IV.
Tourists can admire the historic buildings along this street. At No. 16 is the mansion of Charles Bruslart. It was an advisor to the King in 1644 and the Lord of Dinan in Côtes-d’Armor it signed the deed of gift to the prior of the Abbey of Saint-Magloire Léhon.
Tourists can explore the old historic houses today. At No. 33 is currently the famous Café Laurent. Once stood in the street The Taboo. It was a famous cellar dance and jazz open from 1947 to 1948. Taboo quickly became the favorite rendezvous of young people who love out nocturnal.
Transfer to the Rue Dauphine in Paris
Rue Dauphine is located 19.8 km from Orly Airport, 34 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport to the Rue Dauphine and 89.4 km from Paris Beauvais airport.