History and visit Rue du Grenier Saint Lazare in Paris
Built in 1250, the street was formerly called Garnier-Saint-Lazare and the Rue Grenier St. Ladre and finally Grenier Saint Lazare. The street is very popular with tourists because it is close to National Centre for Art and Culture Georges Pompidou. This beautiful building, unique architecture, houses a museum of modern art, temporary exhibitions and a public library.
Located in the Marais district, this street of the 3rd arrondissement of Paris begins in the Rue Beaubourg, in extension of the rue Michel-le-Comte, and ends at the rue Saint-Martin. It has a length of 137 meters and a width of 28 meters. The rue du Grenier Saint Lazare is currently served by the metro station Rambuteau.
The rue Michel-le-Compte in the middle of the Rue du Grenier Saint Lazare. Visitors can discover mansions of ancient architecture as the hotel Verniquet No. 17, No. 19 Beaubrun hotel, Hotel de Mézières and the hotel Hallwyl No. 28 which was built in the late 18th century and was the birthplace of Madame de Stael. This hotel was named Bouligneux and Hotel Prince Esterhazy, Ambassador of Hungary. Frontispieces and columns with interesting sculptures and bas-reliefs under the archway make this street one of the most popular tourist attractions.
The rue du Grenier Saint Lazare ends at the rue Saint-Martin. This beautifully decorated streets of beautiful buildings in ancient architecture. Visitors can find throughout the streets of religious buildings such as the Church of Saint-Merri and the” Saint-Nicolas-des-Champs. Art lovers will also find their happiness, for the Conservatory of Arts and Crafts and the most famous Centre Georges Pompidou will not fail to surprise.
Transfer to Rue du Grenier Saint Lazare in Paris
The rue du Grenier Saint Lazare is located 18.9 km from Orly Airport to 26.6 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 87 km from Paris Beauvais airport.