Car Parks at the Parc des Princes stadium

In the instance that you have decided to pay the Parc des Princes stadium in Paris a visit by car, whether it be for a concert or for a football match, you are sure to have some difficulties parking. It is very common for the car parks close to the Parc des Princes to be completely full.

If you are looking for a car park at the Parc des Princes in Paris, Parclick is here to help! You can book your parking space in one of our car parks; your spot will be guaranteed and you will benefit from the best prices. Thanks to Parclick you can cease worrying about your car and enjoy whichever match or concert you have come to see.

 

Parking near the Parc des Princes

 

You have two options if you want to leave your car before going to the Parc des Princes. Either you park near line 9 of the metro or line 10.

 

Car parks near metro line 9

Porte de Saint-Cloud is the closest stop to the Parc des Princes on line 9. Here are the nearest car parks to line 9 where you can book a parking space:

  • Berri Champs-Élysées; 6 minutes from the Saint Philippe du Roule stop, from there you will be at the Parc des Princes in around 30 minutes.
  • Claridge Champs-Élysées; 5 minutes from the Saint Philippe du Roule stop, about 30 mins to the stadium.
  • Marbeuf Champs-Élysées; 6 minutes from the Franklin D. Roosevelt stop, arrive at the stadium in less than 30 minutes.
  • Alhambra; 5 minutes from the République stop, from here it will take about 40 minutes to get to the stadium.

 

Car parks near metro line 10

The Parc des Princes is also accessible via line 10 of the metro from the Porte d’Auteuil stop, Parclick offers several car parks along line 10.

 

The Parc des Princes Stadium

 

France’s fifth largest stadium

 

Located in Paris’ 16th arrondissement, the Parc des Princes, as we recognise it today, was opened in 1972 and is the home stadium of the Paris Saint Germain (PSG) football team. With a capacity of about 48,000, the Parc des Princes is the second largest in Paris after the Stade de France a Saint Denis, and the fifth largest in France.

It doesn’t just host football and rugby matches but is the venue for various concerts throughout the year.

Two of the metro lines stop at the Parc des Princes; there is the Porte de Saint Cloud stop on line 9, and the Porte d’Auteuil stop on line 10.

Are you looking for other car parks in the centre of Paris? Instead of booking into one of our car parks near the Parc des Princes, you can have a look at the rest of the car parks in Paris Parclick has to offer.