History and visit the rue de Rome in Paris
The street runs through the neighborhoods of street of Rome is La Madeleine, Europe and Batignolles. It is located in the 8th and the 17th arrondissement of the city of Paris. It measures 1,743 meters long and 20 meters wide. Street Rome begins 70 boulevard Haussmann just after the big stores Printemps and ends 1 boulevard Pereire. It traverses the entire section Saint-Lazare and ends at the station Pont-Cardinet.
The opening track is made twice. The first section between the Rue Saint-Lazare and Boulevard des Batignolles was commissioned in 1850. While the second section between the Rue Saint-Lazare and Boulevard Haussmann was opened in 1868.
Each side of the street of Rome is composed by large uniform style buildings that give personality to the place. Places are singular along the rue de Rome with Saint Lazare train station which is on the west side and the school root. Before the First World War, rue de Rome Batignolles used to parking for the first bus in the capital.
Over the years many famous people have lived on the streets of Rome as the painter Georges Clairin, jurist and historian Charles Camoin Émile de Vence, the poet Stéphane Mallarmé, the Commissioner General of the Dominion of Canada Hector Fabre.
Transfer to the rue de Rome in Paris
The Rue de Rome is located at a distance of 19.9 km from Orly Airport to 40.5 km from Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport and 82.9 km from the airport of Beauvais.