Fan of architecture or shopping, you want to walk in the pretty district of Petit-Montrouge ? Take a tour, but first and foremost, remember to book your parking spot with ease with OnePark .
Located in the 14th arrondissement, Petit-Montrouge is the 55th administrative district of Paris. The district is bordered on the north by the Daguerre street and the Boulevard Saint-Jacques, on the south by the Romain-Rolland boulevard, on the east by the street of Tombe-Issoire and on the west by the avenue of the Door -de-Châtillon, rue des Plantes and rue Gassendi.
The district of Petit-Montrouge was constituted in 1860, at the same time as the 14th district. His name comes from the neighboring town of Montrouge which he belonged until 1860.
It is known more as the Alesia district, the name of the street crossing it, but also the subway serving it.
The late urbanization of the district and its large area of 134.6 ha are conducive to great architectural diversity. The territory has many buildings of various styles. Many of the plots were built on the façade, giving way to town dwellings or artists' studios, often enriched by sumptuous gardens.
The fashion stores, concentrated between the crossroads Alésia and the street of Plantes, make the reputation of the district of Petit-Montrouge.
During your visit of the district of Petit - Montrouge , opt for the service OnePark to find in a few clicks your place of parking .
By reserving your parking space in the Petit-Montrouge district on OnePark , you can save up to 60% * on your parking.
* Maximum savings based on average prices for 24h parking in Paris according to the CLCV survey of 27 August 2015 on the price of car parks