You can enter and exit this car park automatically, without having to take a ticket or go through the control booth.
Details: About the car park
Are you looking for a car park in the 7th arrondissement of Paris? Does a car park near the Rodin Museum sound good? What about a car park near the Place des Invalides ? Look no further, we have the ideal car park that meets all these requirements :) The INDIGO Invalides car park</ ... Read more
Are you looking for a car park in the 7th arrondissement of Paris? Does a car park near the Rodin Museum sound good? What about a car park near the Place des Invalides ? Look no further, we have the ideal car park that meets all these requirements :) The INDIGO Invalides car park meets all this criteria, located at 23 rue de Constantine (75007 Paris).
In addition, it is an indoor, secure car park, open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week (even on public holidays)!
If you are looking for a restaurant near the Invalides car park, we have several in mind for you. You will find the restaurant Chez Françoise (Aérogare des Invalides L'arpège 84 Rue de Varenne), the Restaurant Chamarré (13 Boulevard La Tour), the Restaurant Le Divellec (18 Rue Fabert), the Restaurant Les Glénan (54 Rue de Bourgogne), the Restaurant Le Café de l'Esplanade (52 Rue Fabert), the Russian Restaurant Petrossian (13 Boulevard de la Tour-Maubourg) or the Restaurant Loiseau Rive Gauche (5 Rue de Bourgogne).
Do you need a parking space near the Les Invalides Hotel?
If you are staying in the Bourgogne Montana Hotel (3 Rue de Bourgogne), the La Bourdonnais Hotel (111-113 Avenue de la Bourdonnais), the La Tour Maubourg Hotel (150 Rue de Grenelle), the Palais Bourbon Hotel (49 Rue de Bourgogne), or in the Varenne Hotel (44 Rue de Bourgogne), reserving your place in the Invalides car park is a good idea.
In this area you will not be bored as you will find beautiful sites such as the Cathedral Saint-Louis des Invalides which includes the Church of the Dome (where the Tomb of Napoleon 1st is held), the Church of the Soldiers and the Basilica Sainte Clotilde (Parvis Maurice-Druon).
In terms of museums, you'll have plenty to choose from in this district! Near the Invalides car park you will find the Army Museum (129 Rue de Grenelle), the Museum of Plans-Reliefs (129 Rue de Grenelle) and the famous Rodin Museum (77 Rue de Varenne).
Do you need to go to the Embassy of Poland (3 Rue de Talleyrand), the Embassy of Switzerland (142 Rue de Grenelle) or in the Embassy of the Republic of South Korea (125 Rue de Grenelle)? Reserving your parking space in the Invalides car park will make it more than convenient for you since these embassies are only a few minutes walk from the car park!
This district has many public institutions as you can easily park near the Institut National des Invalides (6 Boulevard des Invalides), near the Ministry of Social Affairs, Labour and Solidarity, the Ministry of Defence (19 Boulevard de la Tour-Maubourg) as well as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (37 Quai d'Orsay).
In terms of public transport, this district is very well served as you can easily reach lines 8 and 13 of the Parisian metro at Invalides station, as well as bus lines 63, 83, 93 and Night bus K at the same station.
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How to get there?
Car park hours
Open 24 hours a day
How to enter?
AT ARRIVAL: When you arrive at the parking, stop in front of the barrier. Wait 5 seconds and your licence plate will be automatically recognised by the reader. The barrier will open without you having to do anything. If the reader does not recognise your licence p ... Read more
AT ARRIVAL: When you arrive at the parking, stop in front of the barrier. Wait 5 seconds and your licence plate will be automatically recognised by the reader. The barrier will open without you having to do anything. If the reader does not recognise your licence plate, take a ticket to enter the car park and, when you leave, contact the Remote Assistance staff via the intercom located at the barrier gate.
ON EXIT: Stop in front of the barrier. The licence plate reader will recognise your vehicle in the same way as when you arrived at the car park, without you having to do anything. If the plate reader does not recognise your vehicle, contact the Remote Assistance staff via the intercom located at the barrier.
PEDESTRIAN ACCESS: Use the access code indicated on your Parclick reservation voucher. If the car park does not have a pedestrian access keypad, use the intercom at the pedestrian access door.
WARNING: You can access the car park up to one hour before the time of your reservation. If you attempt to access the car park outside of this one-hour timeframe, the barrier will not open. However, please be aware that any extra time will be charged, whether you arrive earlier or leave later than the time stated on your booking, depending on the local rates that the car park operates at that time. In these cases, you will receive a receipt for the extra time at the end of your booking. Read less