History and visit the street Lisbon in Paris
Lisbon Street is located in the 8th arrondissement of the city of Paris. She travels the area of Europe. It begins at the rue du Général Foy specifically in the extension of the street in Madrid and ends at the rue de Courcelles. It was created in 1826 as most of the streets in the neighborhood of Europe.
The construction of the street of Lisbon has been made on land belonging to Philip Jonas Hagermann and Sylvain Mignon. They are the main origins of the construction area of Europe. The name of the street was in reference to Lisbon the capital of Portugal. A portion of the street which was between the Rue de Courcelles and Messina Avenue was opened in 1861.
Lisbon Street was home to a large number of hotels, some of which are already destroyed. The hotel Cail is currently the office of the Mayor of the 8th arrondissement. There was also the elder-Burat hotel, the Hotel Edouard Martell, Eugene Goüin Hotel, Hotel Alexis Rouart G.Martell Mrs. Hall, Mr. Hall Boivin and Emmanuel Rodocanachi hotel. The majority of these hotels are occupied by companies.
Some hotels in Lisbon street were destroyed as M.Beaux Hotel, the hotel and the hotel M.Martin miss the Grand Dedem. Lisbon Street houses the Embassy of Algeria at number 50 on the corner of Avenue Ruysdael. Brazilian Legation was in this street in 1910. It has restaurants that offer various flavors like Brady Brunch, coffee in the town hall, Mourgues Elizabeth R. HD
Transfer to the street Lisbon in Paris
Street Lisbon is located at an interval 31.6 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport, 19 km from Orly Airport to and 83.9 km from Beauvais Airport.