History and visit the Rue de l’Arcade in Paris
The rue de l’Arcade is one of the highways that are located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. It liaises between the street and the boulevard Malherbes Rome. The rue de l’Arcade already existed in the 17th century. It was opened on the territory of an ancient road which led to Argenteuil past.
The name "Arcade" was given to this road to the end of the 17th century. This term alludes to a vaulted arcade dating from 1651, was at the height of No. 15 and No. 18 today. The famous Hotel Soyecourt built by Pierre d’Ivry and the Hotel de Beauvoir built for Charles-Amable Hebert were both Street Arcade.
Benchmark for accurate, rue de l’Arcade and starts at Boulevard Malherbes will finish at No. 1 in the Nursery Street and No. 139 of the Rue Saint-Lazare. The length of the street is 511 meters. According to a ministerial decision dated 21 Prairial 10, confirmed by a royal decree issued in November 1836, the least width of the rue de l’Arcade is 10 meters.
The rue de l’Arcade houses some remarkable sites. At No. 14 is a building within which stood the house of Carlos Gardel, the famous tango singer. The hotel Pancemont, dating from the first empire is at No. 57 rue de l’Arcade. A building built around 1856 with a facade decorated with remarkable statue at No. 54.
Transfer to the Rue de l’Arcade in Paris
Rue de l’Arcade is located 22.5 km from Orly airport, 27.4 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 83.9 km from Paris Beauvais airport.