History and visit the rue Saint-Denis in Paris
Rue Saint-Denis is among the most ancient ways of Paris. Line is marked from the first century by the Romans. She lies to the West in the Middle Ages from the 1st district from the Rue de Rivoli in the south to the 2nd district of Saint-Denis north. It is near the Boulevard Sebastopol and Rue Saint-Martin. 1334 m long and 16.30 m on 13 m wide. It begins at 12 Victoria Avenue and ends at 1 Boulevard de Bonne Nouvelle and 19 boulevard Saint-Denis.
Formerly named Boulevard City Hall, it was renamed Victoria Avenue in memory of the ceremony the Queen of England to the city hall of Paris. Boulevard de Bonne Nouvelle is one of the largest in the city. It is called by his adjoining the church Notre-Dame-de-Bonne-Nouvelle. Boulevard Saint-Denis forms the border between the 2nd and 3rd districts in the south and the 10th arrondissement in the north.
Rue Saint-Denis reads this ancient Roman road Saint-Denis, Pontoise and Rouen. Rival of the Rue de Flandre, she had the advantage of it due to change of place du Grand Pont and modification of the royal abbey of Saint-Denis in 1134. Upholstery named Paris and the main street, it was the first to be paved in Paris. During the French Revolution on the streets of Franciade denominated. It is through the streets of Saint-Denis that most tourists discover the city.
Transfers rue Saint-Denis to Paris airports
Rue Saint-Denis is located 21 km from Orly airport, 36 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 89 km from Beauvais Airport.