History and tour to Paris Bercy district
Bercy is the 47th administrative district of the 12th arrondissement of Paris, it is located in the Ile-de-France is deemed to be a preferred destination for international tourists visiting France. It capitalizes itself a strong reputation. This is the most important government administrative district in Paris, this is where the important decisions are taken in Paris with the construction of the Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industry in 1990.
Decisions such as fuel prices, VAT rates, foreign exchange reserves, banking reform measures, the report of the Ministry, customs teleprocedure and publication of the annual report of the Ombudsman of the French Bercy unenforceable.
The Bercy hides the remains of a village Chasséen period (between 4000 and 3000 BC). During archaeological excavations exceptional remains were revealed as: wooden canoes, pottery, bows and arrows and bone and stone. It also housed the old Château de Bercy, now in the territory of Charenton-le-Pont, built in the XVII century and ended in the early eighteenth century in the integrated commune Charenton-le-Pont in 1860 part. It was destroyed in 1861. The wine trade dates back to the XVII century on the banks of the Seine, it grows in the early nineteenth century as the area was a huge wine market with the old white stone cellars of Cour Saint-Emilion. Bercy became a place of intoxication, various pleasures, and many festivals are organized as: jousting on the water or racing Wheeler barrels.
Bercy has undergone a major restructuring and renovation by architects and Valode Pistre from the early 1980s in order to create the Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy. The IBDP is planned to be an essential part of the appeal of Paris, which will be the only class of the hexagon, for hosting major sporting events or shows. It then requires a modern and flexible venue for a great event. The location should be at the same level as the large arenas, it is able to accommodate up to 17,000 spectators. Bercy in the 13th arrondissement is connected by the bridge of Bercy Tolbiac Bridge, the Simone de Beauvoir footbridge. It is bordered to the south by the Seine, in the north-west by the district Fifteen eighty, to the north by the district Picpus and east by the city of Charenton-le-Pont.
Bercy hosts notable places such as: autotrain Bercy station, the 14-hectare park of Bercy on the site of the old cellars, the French Cinematheque Richard Gehry building light which is the largest private building in Paris, the old warehouses housing the Museum of Fairground Arts, multiplex cinema UGC Ciné Cité Bercy, the Bercy Village. The Bercy Village is a combination of the site in the past and the present, it is composed of a friendly architecture history with paved streets, terraces, shops and spaces loisirs.Il also includes the Palais Omnisports de Paris Bercy. A4 motorway or Eastern Highway starts from Porte de Bercy, highways can go to Strasbourg via Reims and Metz. These are part of the European route E50 and E25.
Transfer from Charles de gaulle airport to Paris Bercy
Bercy is located at a distance of 18 km from Orly Airport and 29.8 km from the airport Charles de Gaulle Airport and 98 km from Beauvais Airport.