Parking in Paris is a real headache for many motorists and yet, the French capital has no shortage of underground parking and parking spaces. The parking Notre-Dame which is on the Place du Parvis Notre-Dame for example is a paid public parking which has more than 279 places. Near the Eiffel Tower, there is also Quai Branly car park and its 543 seats, not to mention that of the School of Medicine which also has about 300 seats.
The heart of Paris, it is undoubtedly the 1st district and its mythical quarters, some of which date from the Middle Ages:
§ The Les Halles district breathes dynamism and modernity with its Forum des Halles (shopping center) and its underground station (Châtelet-Les Halles).
§ The district Saint-Germain-l'Auxerrois, its church and the treasures and historical wonders it contains.
§ The district of the Palais-Royal where you can of course admire the Mona Lisa at the Louvre Museum.
§ The Place Vendôme district with its many luxury boutiques, a paradise for high-end shopping enthusiasts.
Finding a parking space in the center of Paris is not easy, but not impossible either. In the Les Halles district, for example, you can park your car in Parking Forum des Halles or at Les Halles-Saint Eustache car park. However, if you are on the road to visit the Place Vendôme district, there are some private car parks that will avoid you going round in circles. The Parking Opéra - Galeries Lafayette for example is a private parking lot and a few minutes from Galeries Lafayette. You can also opt for public car parks such as Parking Meyerbeer Opera .
There are many train stations in Paris (Gare Montparnasse, Gare du Nord, Gare de l'Est, etc.) and despite the very high attendance of these places, it is always possible to find a place to park. his car. Parking is against payment. At Gare Montparnasse, if the fast-delivery service does not suit you, you can park your car in a private hotel car park such as Parking Gare Montparnasse - Concorde Montparnasse or Parking Gare Montparnasse - Novotel .