History and visit the street of Budapest in Paris
Street Budapest is located on the right bank of the Seine is centered on the opera, and the 1st, 8th, 9.16 arrondissement from the 17th century. This is one of the main business districts of Paris.
The street has many places that are of interest, including the Champs Elysees, the Arc de Triomphe and Place de la Concorde, and the Elysee Palace, the official residence of the President of France. The borough has its largest population in de107.485 189. In 2006, he was densely populated district with 1.8% of the total. It is a passage under a double arch. It connects the Rue Saint-Lazare to the Rue de Budapest. Since 1926, it is called Tivoli Passage.
It lies between the rue Saint-Lazare and the Rue de Clichy. The Tivoli was baptized by the financial Boutin (1773-1793), under an arch plunging diagonally into the area of Europe, following the direction of the street of London. The hotel Boutin (1787) was the location of 102 of the rue Saint-Lazare. So he had the idea to name the Tivoli. The heirs of Boutin continued construction of Tivoli until 1810 because Boutin was sentenced to death in 1793.
In 1810 Baneux owner installed a second Tivoli which is located in the Rue de Clichy, which is currently the Casino de Paris. Both Tivoli are called nowadays Rue de Budapest. It is under an archway which leads into the streets of Amsterdam. The two streets are parallel and Tivoli lead to the same places. The first was leased to Tivoli Desrivières Gerard in 1795, who gave public festivities. In fact, this street is now for public use.
Transfers to the street of Budapest in Paris
Street Budapest is located 25 km from Orly airport, 31 km from Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport and 105 km from Beauvais Airport.