History and visit the Bercy district of Paris
The Bercy is located in the 12th arrondissement of Paris. It is the 47th administrative district of the French capital. It runs along the Seine. It is bordered to the north by the district Picpus northwest by the district of Three Hundred, on the south by the Seine and east by the city of Charenton-le-Pont.
The Bercy district is served by the metro, the station and Bercy station Cours Saint-Emilion. It is surrounded by ways on bank and the device. The A4 motorway begins at Porte de Bercy. It is connected with the 13th district by the gateway Simone de Beauvoir bridge Tolbiac.
The Bercy district was part of the most populous city of Paris. In 2005, it had 13,987 inhabitants. Formerly it was the crossroads of goods passing through the Seine. Trade of Burgundy wines and other spirits flourished there. Research conducted on the left bank of the Seine led to the discovery of the ruins of a village dating from 4000 to 3000 BC
The name Bercy or Bercix was mentioned for the first time in the 12th century in deeds. Renovations were made in the late 20th century. It houses the Palais Omnisports de Paris Bercy station autotrain Bercy, Bercy Park, the Ministry of Economy and Finance industries, the French Cinematheque de Bercy, the Museum of Fairground Arts and a multiplex cinema.
Transfer to the Bercy district of Paris
The Bercy is located at an interval of 16.4 km to Orly Airport, 31.1 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 96.8 km from the airport of Beauvais.