Car parks near Porte de Versailles

15 Car parks found
    Vaugirard 371
    1. Closer
    2. Cheaper

    Vaugirard 371

    Covered
    12 min (732m)
    Price for 1 hour
    INDIGO Corentin Celton

    INDIGO Corentin Celton

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    16 min (960m)
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    INDIGO Citroën Cevennes

    INDIGO Citroën Cevennes

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    19 min (1.1km)
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    INDIGO Hôtel de Ville

    INDIGO Hôtel de Ville

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    21 min (1.3km)
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    INDIGO Parc Plateau de Vanves

    INDIGO Parc Plateau de Vanves

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    22 min (1.3km)
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    SAEMES Mairie du 15ème - Lecourbe

    SAEMES Mairie du 15ème - Lecourbe

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    23 min (1.4km)
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    INDIGO Hôtel de Ville

    INDIGO Hôtel de Ville

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    25 min (1.5km)
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    Saint-Charles

    Saint-Charles

    Covered
    29 min (1.8km)
    Price for 1 day
    Bonvin Lecourbe

    Bonvin Lecourbe

    Covered
    32 min (1.9km)
    Price for 1 hour
    Pasteur Montparnasse INDIGO

    Pasteur Montparnasse INDIGO

    Covered
    34 min (2.0km)
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    INDIGO Versailles Reynaud

    INDIGO Versailles Reynaud

    Covered
    34 min (2.0km)
    INDIGO Point du Jour

    INDIGO Point du Jour

    Covered
    37 min (2.2km)
    Price for 1 hour
    INDIGO Ile Saint Germain

    INDIGO Ile Saint Germain

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    37 min (2.2km)
    Price for 1 hour
    Tour Eiffel Castorama

    Tour Eiffel Castorama

    Covered
    41 min (2.4km)
    Price for 4 hours
    INDIGO Radio France

    INDIGO Radio France

    Covered
    42 min (2.5km)
    Price for 1 hour

Where to park in Porte de Versailles

Booking a parking space in Paris with Parkclick is strongly recommended if you intend to park at Porte de Versailles.

Porte de Versailles is one of Paris’ major areas due to the fact that Paris Expo Porte de Versailles which is the largest exhibition centre in France, is located there. It hosts several grand scale events throughout the year such as Foire Internationale de Paris, Salon de l’Agriculture and Mondial de l'automobile.

As a result, parking and even driving in this south-western Parisian district can certainly be quite difficult. Thanks to Parclick, however you can easily find a cheap car park close to Porte de Versailles.

 

Getting to Paris Expo using tramline T3a

You can easily get to Porte de Versailles from our numerous car parks using tramline T3a:

  • Parkélis Lefebvre car park  is located at approximately 10 minutes on foot from  Paris Expo or 2 minutes from Brancion stop (tramline T3a), through which you get can get to  Paris Expo Porte de Versailles within a short time;
  •  Maison Blanche car park is served by metro line 13. Taking the underground will enable you to get to Porte de Vanves station, from which you will be able to take  tramline T3a  to Paris Expo;
  • Porte d’Orléans car park  is located 3 minutes away on foot from Porte d’Orléans  station: tramline T3a will take you to  Porte de Versailles stop (which is about 10 mins. away) ;
  • Charléty-Coubertin car park   is quite close to the Stade Charléty tram station (5 min.  on  foot), which is just about  15 minutes away from Place de la Porte-de-Versailles;
  • Last of all Tour Montparnasse and Gare Maine Montparnasse car parks are located 5 minutes away on foot from   Montparnasse-Bienvenüe station (metro line 12), from which you can get to  Porte-de-Versailles (about 10 mins.).

 

Taking metro line 12 to get to Paris Expo

Montmartre car park is located close to line 12’s Jules Joffrin metro station; the station provides a direct connection between the north of Paris (and particularly Montmartre quarter) and Porte de Versailles.

 

Paris’ largest exhibition centre

Located in the 15th arrondissement, Porte de Versailles is one of Enceinte de Thiers’ openings, built during the 19th century in order to protect Paris. Place de la Porte-de-Versailles bears witness to this period although the gate as well as the enclosure vanished during the first half of the 20th century