History and visit to Paris Avenue Percier
Avenue Percier localizes in the 8th arrondissement of the French capital. It begins at the rue de la Boétie and ends at the Boulevard Haussmann. It measures 146 meters long and 24.80 meters wide. It was created in 1813. It currently bears the name was given in 1844. Previously, she was called Avenue de l’Abattoir.
The opening of the avenue Percier was made at the same time as the construction of the abattoir du Roule, which was between the rue de la Boétie nursery street, avenue and boulevard Haussmann Munich. It formed the main road to reach the slaughterhouse.
A royal decree dated 5 August 1844 fixing the name of the avenue avenue Percier. It was named in homage to architect Charles Percier. It is a wide path with each side decorated by trees.
Avenue Percier houses essential culinary scene. Restaurants along the avenue as Caffé Zaf, the Croque-Mie, grandstand and Percier. It is served by the subway. Miromesnil metros and Saint-Philippe-du-Roule metro stations are closest to the avenue.
Transfer to the Avenue Percier in Paris
Avenue Percier is a range of 27.1 km from Orly Airport, 31 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 84.6 km from the airport of Beauvais.