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Car parks near Necker-Enfants malades Children's Hospital

4 Car parks found
  • Bonvin Lecourbe
    1. Closer

    Bonvin Lecourbe

    Covered
    9 min (531m)
    Price for 1 hour
  • Pasteur Montparnasse INDIGO
    1. Cheaper

    Pasteur Montparnasse INDIGO

    Covered
    10 min (608m)
    ContactlessContactless access
    Price for 1 hour
  • Gare Maine Montparnasse

    Gare Maine Montparnasse

    Covered
    13 min (795m)
    Price for 4 hours
  • ECTOR  - Service Voiturier - Gare Montparnasse

    ECTOR - Service Voiturier - Gare Montparnasse

    Covered
    14 min (847m)
    Price for 1 hour
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Where to park in Necker-Enfants malades Children's Hospital

The Necker Hospital of Paris is one of the most famous hospitals in the French capital. If you’re looking for somewhere to park in the area, then take a look at our map to see great value car parks all nearby! 

Paris Necker Hospital is located at the crossroads between Boulevard Garibaldi, Avenue de Breteuil and Boulevard Pasteur. So although it’s easy to get to, finding somewhere to park in the central Paris can be pretty tough. To make matters worse, street parking is limited to two hours and with Necker Hospital and Montparnasse station being so close to each other only makes finding somewhere to park harder…even if it is only for two hours. But there is an easier way to park - with Parclick!

Children’s hospital in Paris’ 15th arrondissement

The Necker-Enfants Sants hospital is an important university hospital centre of the 15th arrondissement, in the Necker district. CHU Necker is part of the Paris-Descartes University Medical School, and specialises in paediatrics, and it has a strong focus on research. 

Although most of the patients are children or teenagers, the adults are treated too: the Necker hospital has a maternity, a radiology, an emergency department, as well laboratories.

Whatever the reason to visit the hospital, do take advantage of Parclick’s best offers, because, after all, a parking fine is the last thing you need when visiting the hospital. Park in a car park that suits you! 

This hospital is practically surrounded by metro stations, like the Sèvres/Lecourbe (line 6), Duroc (line 10, 13) and Falguière (line 12). So, you can go to your appointment then go and enjoy some of Paris’ other delights. How about spending the morning at Jardin du Luxembourg then having your hospital appointment followed by an afternoon on the Champs-Elysées? Oh the Parisian life! 

Necker-Enfants malades Children's Hospital