If you are interested in a parking close to the Louvre Museum you have come to the right place! Parclick can actually provide you with 100 car parks in Paris, and particularly close to the Louvre.
Due to the difficulty involved in parking in Paris particularly in its city centre, we recommend preparing in advance if you are considering visiting Paris’ most popular museum. The proximity of the museum to popular tourist areas such as Île de la Cité, le Jardin des Tuileries and Palais Royal actually add to the difficulties in parking close to the Louvre. Fortunately, Parclick can provide you with several car parks around the Louvre in the First Arrondissement.
Louvre Samaritaine car park is an ideal option for parking in while you visit the Louvre Museum. It is actually located in Place du Louvre, opposite the famous palace. There is also the fact that its rates are among the lowest which can be found in the sector. This secure care park also possesses a large number of spaces for individuals with special requirements.
The Pyramides car park is also likely to be of interest to you if you intend to visit Jardins des Tuileries at the same time as the Louvre. It is located less than 5 minutes away from the park.
Last of all, there is the Saint-Eustache car park which is also convenient in the event of the Louvre Samaritaine parking being full. This Parisian car park provides spaces for individuals with special requirements and is also equipped with a video surveillance system just like the other two car parks.
If you prefer to go to the Louvre by metro, you can leave your car in one of the car parks outside the center of Paris and take one of the following metro lines:
Line 1 – Get off at Palais-Royal / Musée du Louvre station
Line 7 – Get off at Palais-Royal / Musée du Louvre station
Line 14 – Get off at Pyramides station
Subway not for you? Then take one of these lines to go to the Louvre by bus: 21, 24, 27, 39, 48, 68, 69, 72, 81, 95.
But if you really want to have a true Parisian experience, take a boat on the Seine! Ride the Batobus down to the Louvre stop at the Francois-Mitterrand dock.
And finally, if you want to get a little exercise in on your way to the Louvre, you can ride one of Paris’s public bicycles and park it at these Velib’ docking stations near the museum:
Station #1013: 186 rue Saint-Honoré
Station #1014: 5 rue de l'Echelle
Station #1015: 2 place A. Malraux
Station #1023: 165 rue Saint-Honoré
Prices of parkings in Paris really vary according to where you want to park. As for most big cities, the city center is generally more expensive than the outskirts of the city. Parclick has a large number of car parks in Paris, and since Louvre is one of the most touristic attractions in Paris, we advise you to book a parking in advance in one of Parclick’s car parks. Compared to Paris’s on street parkings, our car parks and not only cheaper, but safer since they are monitored 24/7.
In terms of the prices of parkings near the louvre, here is a list:
INDIGO - Louvre Samaritaine Car Park: 3,08 euros / 1 hour; 18,48 euros / 6 hours; 27 euros / 1 day;
INDIGO Lutèce-Cité Car Park: 2,80 euros / 1 hour; 16,80 euros / 6 hours; 24 euros / 1 day;
SAEMES Pyramides car park: 4,30 euros / 1 hour; 18, 14 euros / 6 hours; 38,70euros / 1 day;
SAEMES Les Halles - Saint-Eustache Car Park: 3 euros / 1 hour; 14 euros / 6 hours; 24 euros / 1 day;
INDIGO Harlay Pont Neuf Car Park: 3,08 euros / 1 hour; 18,48 euros / 6 hours; 26 euros / 1 day;
INDIGO Croix des Petits Champs Car Park: 3,22 euros / 1 hour; 19,32 euros / 6 hours; 27 euros / 1 day;
INDIGO Sébastopol Car Park: 3,36 euros / 1 hour; 20,16 euros / 6 hours; 27 euros / 1 day;
INDIGO Louvre Car Park: 3,50 euros / 1 hour; 21 euros / 6 hours; 30 euros / 1 day;
Forum des Halles-Rambuteau Car Park: 3,08 euros / 1 hour; 21, 20 euros / 6 hours; 26 euros / 1 day;
Forum des Halles - Berger Car Park: 4,80 euros / 1 hour; 21, 60 euros / 6 hours; 36 euros / 1 day;
INDIGO Bourse Car Park: 3,36 euros / 1 hour;
INDIGO Marché Saint-Honoré Car Park: 3,36 euros / 1 hour;
INDIGO Turbigo Saint-Denis Car Park: 3,08 euros / 1 hour; 19,32 euros / 6 hours; 27 euros / 1 day;
Adonis Paris Sud - Aéroport Paris Orly Car Park: 10 euros / 1 day; 27 euros / 3 days; 60 euros/ 7 days.
URBIS PARK Hôtel-de-Ville-Asnières Car Park: 1,60 euros / 1 hour; 8,40 euros / 6 hours; 11,20 euros / 1 day
SAEMES Hôpital Henri Mondor Car Park: 1,70 euros / 1 hour; 7,90 euros / 6 hours; 11,40 euros / 1 day
Comfort hôtel Paris Porte d'Ivry Car Park: 1,50 euros / 1 hour; 9 euros / 6 hours; 12 euros / 1 day
Valmy-Liberté Car Park: 7 euros / 6 hours; 12 euros / 1 day; 20 euros / 2 days
See other options of cheap parkings near the Louvre museum or a little further away by scrolling up this page and using our search engine sorting by price or distance. Compare reviews and services offered by the different parkings to choose the one that best suits your needs!
Although very few, there are some free parkings in Paris in the 12th and 16th arrondissement. Nevertheless, finding a place to Park to Paris can be very difficult due to the number of people searching for parking spots, both residents and tourists. Free parking is even more hard to find since these types of parkings are very quickly full.
Most parkings in Paris are quite expensive and have a limited amount of parking time allowed. In the city center parkings are mostly priced at 4 euros per hour while parkings on the outskirts are priced at 2,40 euros per hour. Chances are that you don’t want to just park for one hour only, yet keep in mind that in these parkings, once you reach 6 hours, it will cost you 50 euros. You will also need to move your vehicle since the maximum on-street parking time in Paris is 6 hours.
This is why we would recommend you to book a parking space in one of our low-cost, monitored parkings, that will allow you to save money and time. We have parkings in Paris’s city center, next to the city’s points of interest but also cheaper parkings in the city’s outskirts, where you can leave your car and then visit Paris using public transport.
Situated at the centre of Paris’ first arrondissement, the Louvre Museum is certainly one of the capital’s cultural symbols and is definitely with the visit. It is actually one of the largest museums on a global scale, extending over 60 000 square metres and containing no less than half a million works – including the famous Mona Lisa. It is also the most visited museum in the world, and welcomes between 8 to 10 million visitors each year.
Palais du Louvre in its current form dates from the 16th century: it has undergone extensive renovations (becoming a royal residence rather than the fortress which it was, originally) as well as a fusion with Palais des Tuileries. Its collections increased as years went by; its first exhibitions date back to the end of the 18th century, and the museum was inaugurated in 1793. The famous Louvre Pyramide which currently stands at the centre of Napoleon’s court was built at the end of the 1780s, following the Grand Louvre project.
The Louvre Museum faces Place du Carrousel and the Jardin des Tuileries. You can easily get there by car through Quai François Mitterrand as well as Quai des Tuileries, which are connected to the Seine’s other bank by Ponts Arts and Pont du Carrousel. You can also walk to Pont-Neuf and l’île de la Cité, Comédie Française or even Palais Royal within a 10 minute radius around the Louvre.
The Louvre has a unique elevator, an ultramodern hydraulic elevator, that has a very futuristic design. Installed in the late 1980s, the elevator is not any ordinary elevator, it has a cylindrical shape and an open space, and gives the impression when it goes from the ground to the first floor, that it is arising from the ground. Moreover, what makes it even more interesting and a modern artwork itself is the spiral staircase around it. This elevator can carry up to 10 people and is also very silent, and was created to help people with reduced mobility.
The Louvre indeed has wheelchairs available at the entrance as well as other equipment and devices for aid hearing. It also has many wheelchair lifts to make all galleries accessible although the amount of wheelchair lifts (20!) can make it a bit complex to navigate.
Yes , you are allowed to bring water into the Louvre and we would actually recommend you to bring a bottle of water, especially if you go during the summer, and to pack a couple of snacks. Don’t forget to bring your camera as well since you’ll probably want to keep a memory of the amazing paintings you’ll see but be careful of pickpockets!
If you wish to park in the area, Parclick strongly recommends booking a parking space close to the Louvre. Parking in the city centre is actually expensive and limited to six hours. Hence if you intend to visit the Louvre, leaving your car in a car park without stressing about moving your vehicle, the only option you have is to reserve in our long stay car parks. Book it right away with Parclick: we guarantee you the best car parks in Paris at the lowest prices. Booking a car park space close to the Louvre is easy with Parclick!