Looking for a car park near to the François-Mitterrand library also known as the Bibliothèque nationale de France. It’s a great place to study, get a bit of piece and quiet and to learn, so you don’t want to start any day off beiing stressed out not knowing where you can park your car!
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The Bibliothèque nationale de France originally established in 1461, but its current residence isn’t that old! The current library is housed in a fine example of Paris’ brutalist architecture which is characterised by its 4 towers, which symbolised open books - pretty apt for a library, right? The architecture combines wood, steel and glass and lines the bank of the Seine.
Inside you will find 15 million books, printed documents, manuscripts, maps, medals and more, and what’s even better is that 640 000 documents are available for free access. You can also find here two auditorium, which play host events throughout the year, so be to check out the BnF’s website!
A particular highlight has to be the Globes de Louis XIV - yeah that’s right! The sun king’s globes, one of Earth, the other of stars and one for astrology, comissioned in 1681 out of wood and silk - and they’ve incredibly survived until today. As well as the regular debates and conference, which take place at the library. Want to see some more old things, how about the Louvre? It's jam-packed!
Plus, just across the river you’ll be able to find the Bercy park and the Bercy Vilage leisure centre, which are the perfect places to unwind after taking it all the information at the BnF.
Fancy parking in one of Parclick’s many other car parks in Paris? No problem! You can use the metro and get off at the Quai de la gare (line 6), the RER line C at Bibliothèque François-Mitterrand, or numerous bus services (89,62,64,132,325).
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