If you are travelling to Paris by car, you should consider the possibility of using a park and ride car park. This option saves you not only the stress of being stuck in traffic jams, but also the cost of parking in Paris. Park and Ride is a very practical solution if you plan on being a tourist for a few days, if you want to take part in an event or if you live in the suburbs and need to reach the capital.
Thanks to Parclick, you can find a park and ride near Paris. We offer several car parks around Paris – you can choose the one that suits you best.
If Paris is already large in itself (105.4 square kilometres), imagine the size of the area around the capital. Finding a park and ride car park in the outskirts of Paris that is likely to interest you needs preparation and expertise!
And at Parclick, we're delighted to help you find the rare pearl, whether you come from the north, south, east or west of Paris - or even from the north-east, north-west, south-east or south-west, but we're not going to complicate things too much because we're aware that you have other things to do. Like parking a car.
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If you are arriving in Paris from the north, we offer several P+R parking options (another name used for car parks / park & ride facilities) :
The Hôtel-de-Ville-Asnières car park is located in the Asnières-sur-Seine district, next to Asnières-sur-Seine station. You can take lines L or J of the Transilien to Paris-Saint-Lazare station.
The Parcastains car park is a little different: since it is used exclusively by buses and coaches. It offers 1)reasonable prices, 2) it's not far from the Stains - La Cerisaie station (served by the T11 tramway), from where you can go to the Pierrefitte - Stains station; from there, take the RER (line D), and you'll quickly be in Paris.
Drivers coming from the south of the capital will also have a choice of park and ride facilities:
The Adonis Paris Sud hotel car park is located next to a tramway line (Bretagne station, line T7). Take the tram to Villejuif-Louis Aragon station, then take metro line 7 to the heart of Paris.
Located in Châtillon, the Maison Blanche car park is next to the Châtillon-Montrouge station (metro line 13), from which you can access the Saint-Lazare or Paris-Montparnasse train stations.
The Château de Versailles - Parc Reine-Richaud car park, as its name suggests, is not far from the Château de Versailles. Above all, it is close to the Versailles - Rive Droite station, which is served by the Transilien L line, which also passes through the Gare Saint-Lazare.
Arriving from the west of Paris, you have the po