Planning to take the train from Montparnasse station? Keep in mind that driving in Paris is a challenge; it is even more difficult to park near the station, which is the fourth busiest in the capital.
Fortunately, Parclick offers you a practical solution that will save you the stress of last-minute parking: booking parking spaces online, for as long as you want.
Thanks to our numerous car parks near the Montparnasse station, you will easily find the one that suits you best. The Maine Montparnasse car park and the Tour Montparnasse car park are in the immediate vicinity of the train station. The first is close to the Atlantic Garden, the second is closer to the famous skyscraper and metro station Montparnasse-Bienvenüe.
Further on, the Cambronne - Rue du Commerce car park is less than 5 minutes from the Cambronne metro station (take Cambronne street towards Cambronne square). It has the advantage of avoiding you traffic near the station and is connected directly through the metro.
Another relevant car park is Parkélis Lefebvre. Located directly on the Boulevards des Maréchaux, it is close to Porte de Vanves metro station, which will take you straight to Montparnasse station.
Finally, Gare Montparnasse ECTOR car park offers you a particularly practical valet service at the Montparnasse station. This way you will save time and even save money!
The Montparnasse station is located in both the 14th and 15th arrondissements. It is the result of nearly two centuries of expansions and renovations. There was a station as early as 1840, the Gare de l'Ouest; then, for logistical reasons, the Montparnasse station replaced it in 1852. In the 1930s the Maine station was added nearby. It was in the sixties that the two stations were brought together by the Maine-Montparnasse project. Today, Montparnasse is divided into three parts: Montparnasse I, II and III. It serves the west of the country, including Brittany, La Rochelle and the Bordeaux region. The high speed train (TGV) also allows connections to Madrid as well as Portugal.
The station housed General Leclerc at the end of the Second World War. As a notable witness of this period, it now houses a double museum dedicated to the Second World War. Like many Parisian stations, it has hosted a number of film crews, including the films Le Dîner de Cons and Hugo Cabret. If you have time, the neighbourhood is worth seeing.
The Montparnasse tower is a stone's throw away; it is one of the highest skyscrapers in France, offering an incredible panorama of the city. You can even go quickly to the most touristic points of the city, such as the Ile de la Cité or the Champs-Elysées, thanks to its excellent bus and metro connection. In order to have the time to visit the station and its surroundings calmly, and especially not to miss your train, we recommend to reserve in advance your parking space.
Keep in mind that the Montparnasse station is very large: the more time you spend looking for a parking space, the more stressed you will get. For this reason, Parclick advises you not to take risks and anticipate your stay. Choose one of the many car parks that we offer near the Montparnasse station. Do you prefer to park elsewhere? Never mind: Parclick has at your disposal more than 100 car parks in Paris.