The University Street is located in the 7th arrondissement of Paris. It begins at the rue des Saints-Peres at No. 20 and ends on the aisle Paul Deschanel at No. 11. In a large, it measures 2785m long and 15m wide at 10.50. In geographical terms, it is a flat street that runs parallel to the Seine. The rue des Saints-Peres crosses the boulevard Saint-Germain, in the west it passes through the Palais Bourbon and the Esplanade des Invalides, Boulevard Tower and Maubourg Avenue and Grove Avenue Rapp . It takes an oblique axis towards the south and crosses the Avenue de la Bourdonnais to reach the alley Paul Deschanel.
Historically, the University of Paris bought land which belonged to the abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés in the twelfth century, a vast area traversing the Seine. He was named Pre-aux-Clercs because on one side there were the students, called "clerics" at the time, who spent their time during their hours of rest on the other side of the journal topics King of Basoche held there every year. It was also a place where many duels took place. The University of Paris ceded the Pre-aux-Clercs in 1639. It was subdivided and gave birth to a new neighborhood in Paris. University Street was the name given to the main street of the neighborhood.
University Street contains many hotels. Include Hotel de Feydeau de Brou at No. 13, which was built in the early thirteenth century, the Hotel de Longueil at No. 51, built by Pierre Cailleteau in 1706 Sénecterre Hall at No. 24, built in 1624; Bochart de Saron Hotel at No. 17, built in 1639 for Francis Lhuillier. Marshal Bourmont he lived here in 1830 …
Transfer to the rue de l’Université in Paris
Rue Beaubourg is located 18 km from Orly airport, 26 km from CDG Airport, 87 km from the airport of Beauvais