|Length||4,300 m (14,100 ft)|
|Quarter||Quartier de l'Odéon|
|From||Jardin du Luxembourg|
|To||Porte de Versailles|
The Rue de Vaugirard (Street of Vaugirard) is the longest street inside Paris's former city walls, at 4.3 km (2.7 mi). It spans the 6th and 15th arrondissements. The Senate, housed in the Palais du Luxembourg, is at 15 Rue de Vaugirard.
The Rue de Vaugirard is mostly a one-way street from the southwest edge of Paris (at the Porte de Versailles) towards the Latin Quarter at the junction of Boulevard Victor and Boulevard Lefebvre. Traffic flows in both directions between the Rue de Rennes and the Place de l'Odéon. Numbering starts in the Latin Quarter, reaching the 400s by Porte de Versailles. It the longest street in Paris.
Origin of the name
Sites of interest
A substantial chunk of Line 12 of the Paris Métro follows the Rue de Vaugirard. The following stations have entrances on the road: