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 1st arrondissement of Paris? Do you need a car park near Châtelet and the town hall? Look no further, we have the car park you need: the Indigo Sébastopol car park located on 43 Bis boulevard de Sébastopol. Ideally located, this public ... Read more
Are you looking for a car park in the 1st arrondissement of Paris? Do you need a car park near Châtelet and the town hall? Look no further, we have the car park you need: the Indigo Sébastopol car park located on 43 Bis boulevard de Sébastopol. Ideally located, this public car park is indoor and open 7 days a week, even on public holidays. How convenient!
If you are looking for a place to have lunch or dinner, you will find many restaurants outside the Indigo Sebastopol car park: Au Père Tranquille (16 Rue Pierre Lescot), Chez Vong (10 Rue de la Grande Truanderie), Joe Allen (30 Rue Pierre Lescot), Trois Fois plus de Piment (184 Rue Saint-Martin) for a taste of Asian cuisine, but also the Kong (1 Rue du Pont Neuf) known for its quality Asian fusion cuisine, L'Escargot Montorgueil (38 Rue Montorgueil), Le pain quotidien (97 Rue Rambuteau) for a good brunch, or the Derrière (69 Rue des Gravilliers) where you can enjoy its splendid little outdoor courtyard. For the more partygoers who just want to have a drink, go to Café Oz Châtelet (18 Rue Saint-Denis), to the jazz club Le Duc des Lombards (42 Rue des Lombards) or to the bar La Mutinerie (Rue Saint-Martin). Once parked in the Sébastopol car park, you will be only a few minutes' walk from these places.
For the more serious, take the time to visit the cultural sites in the area of the Sébastopol car park. Reserve your parking space, park your car and walk only 4 minutes to the Georges Pompidou Cultural Centre. Here you can spend a few hours getting lost in the modern art exhibitions on offer. Not far from the Sevastopol car park you can also admire the Saint Merri Church (76 Rue de la Verrerie) and the Saint Eustache Church (2 Impasse Saint-Eustache). Then head towards the park of the Saint James Tower and contemplate this famous tower, the only remains of the Church of Saint James the Butcher. If you still have some time before you have to pick up your car in the Indigo Sevastopol car park, take the opportunity to go and refresh yourself near the Fountain of the Innocents (Place Joachim du Bellay).
If you are staying in a room in one of the following hotels: the Citadines Les Halles Paris aparthotel (4 Rue des Innocents), the Novotel Paris Les Halles (8 Place Marguerite de Navarre). Hotel Les Bains-Douches (7 Rue du Bourg l'Abbé), or Hotel Crayon (25 Rue du Bouloi), reserve your parking space in the Sebastopol car park and be reassured for your vehicle for the duration of your stay! It is indeed difficult to get any closer.
Shopping to be done? You'll find what you're looking for close to the Sébastopol car park. The area is full of shops thanks to the Les Halles shopping centre, which is 4 minutes away from the car park. You will find what you are looking for at Darty Les Halles, La Fnac Chatelet, Habitat les Halles for your interior decorations, or Foot Locker (45 Rue de Rivoli) for the more sporty.
Do you have a reservation for a play at the Théâtre de la Ville (2 Place du Châtelet) or at the Théâtre du Châtelet ( 2 Rue Edouard Colonne) ? A cinema session in one of the UGCs near the Sebastopole car park: UGC Châtelet, UGC Cité Les Halles or UGC Orient Express? Leave your vehicle in complete safety in the Sebastopol car park, to make sure you don't arrive late!
Finally, the Sebastopol car park area is well served as you can reach metro line 4 at Les Halles station. For buses, go to Les Halles-Centre Georges Pompidou station where you can take lines 38 and 47.
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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