Car parks near Gare de Vaugirard - Hall 3 Montparnasse

The Paris Gare de Vaugirard is in fact, the Hall 3 of Gare Montparnasse. You have probably found a low-cost TGV with Ouigo or with the SNCF and you are looking to reach Gare de Vaugirard? At Parclick, we explain the different ways to get there and park easily near Gare de Vaugirard. Gare de Vaugirard is located between the rue du Cotentin and the place des 5 Martyrs of the Lycée Buffon, at the end of track 24 on level +2 of the station.

We are giving you some tricks for parking near Gare Montparnasse, so as to avoid any parking problems. If you decide to park in a Park and Ride outside of Paris, and that you’re looking on how to reach Gare de Vaugirard by public transport, Parclick will tell you how to get there. However, be careful, because arriving by metro or bus means that it will take you at least 10 minutes to reach Hall 3 of Gare Montparnasse. With Parclick, you can also get there directly by car and park at Gare de Vaugirard without having to pass by Montparnasse.

Going to Gare de Vaugirard

An itinerary for reaching Gare de Vaugirard by car

To get to Gare de Vaugirard by car, you just have to go to the crossroads between Boulevard Pasteur and rue du Cotentin. Remember to book your car park near Gare de Vaugirard on Parclick, so you will avoid having to drive in circles around Gare Montparnasse and having to walk to Hall 3. You can simply park nearby and be there within a snap of a finger!

Reaching Vaugirard Station by metro

Gare Montparnasse is served by metro lines 4, 6, 12 and 13. Count at least 10 minutes by foot to arrive at Gare de Vaugirard from the Montparnasse exit. But, if you don’t want to walk our you don’t have any time to waste, take your car and park in a secure car park near Gare de Paris Vaugirard: with Parclick everything is easier!

Going to Paris Vaugirard Station by bus

Several buses can take you to Gare Montparnasse, but yet again, remember to count at least 15 minutes between the bus stops and Gare de Vaugirard. To get there, you can take:

  • Bus 28: goes form Saint-Lazare to Porte d’Orléans.
  • Bus 58: goes from Vanves to Châtelet.
  • Bus 88: goes to Georges Pompidou Hospital.
  • Bus 91: goes to Bastille via Paris Gare de Lyon and Gare d’Austerlitz.
  • Bus 92: goes to Porte de Champerret.
  • Bus 94: goes to Levallois.
  • Bus 95: goes from Porte de Montmartre to Porte de Vanves.
  • Bus 96: goes to Porte des Lilas.

These bus connections are very convenient if you need to change train station or if you are returning from another train station. This will allow you to easily park your car and collect it on your return, without your return train station being a problem.

How to kill time at Gare de Vaugirard?

Does your train have delay? Have you parked so easily that now you’re too early? If you are looking for a way to keep yourself busy, while waiting for your train, you can settle down in the waiting area, where there is a lounge room and a lounge Grand Voyageur. The Vaugirard area is located at 7 rue du Cotentin at the end of track 4 and is open from 6:30 AM until 8 PM on week days and from 8 AM to 8 PM on weekends and public holidays. The waiting area is open from 5 AM to 11 PM on week days and from 7 AM to 11h30 PM on Sundays and public holidays.

If you have time ahead of you, you can go shopping on Rue de Rennes, walk around one of the gardens surrounding Gare Montparnasse or even, visit the terrace of the Tour Montparnasse!

Do people often ask you if you’re in a hurry or if you’re late for your train? Well, to avoid any further stress when taking the train, book your place in a cheap car park in the Gare de Paris Vaugirard and take your train in complete calmness, as you can take your time to park before arriving ;)