Do you want to discover the largest underground ossuary in the world? Dating from the 1867s and filled with the bones of some 6 million individuals, the Catacombs of Paris are one of the city's must-see sites.
To visit them, park in the Indigo Alésia car park and then go to Place Denfert-Rochereau (where the entrance to the Catacombs is located). The Catacombs are open from Tuesday to Sunday from 9.45am to 8.30pm. You will be accompanied by a guide who will tell you all the secrets of these places. The route is 1600 metres long (the part that can be visited) and is more than 20 metres deep, which in reality represents only 1% of the Parisian undergrounds.
The Indigo Alésia car park is a few minutes walk from the Catacombs, from where you can reach the Denfert-Rochereau station. It is served by metro lines 4 and 6, as well as RER B. The indigo Alésia car park is therefore ideal for getting to anywhere in Paris.
Close to the Catacombs, you will find the Paris Liberation Museum and the Giacometti Institute (reservation required and online ticketing only). The Catacombs are located in a very cultural area. When reserving your spaces in these places, remember to reserve your parking space in the Indigo Alésia car park to get there easily.
Have you just parked in the Indigo Alésia car park and are looking for a hotel in the Catacombes district? No problem! You can stay at the Hotel du Midi Paris (4 avenue René Coty, 75014 Paris), the Hotel Du Lion (1 avenue du Général Leclerc, 75014 Paris), the Hotel Tour Montparnasse (5 avenue du Général Leclerc, 75014 Paris), the Hotel Floridor Alésia (28 place Denfert-Rochereau, 75014 Paris) or the Hotel Alésia (1 avenue du Colonel Henri Rol-Tanguy, 75014 Paris).
Have you left the Catacombs with a big appetite? Leave your car at the Indigo Alésia car park and go to one of the following restaurants : Kwon (Korean restaurant, 7 rue Ernest Cresson, 75014 Paris), Café Daguerre (4 avenue du Général Leclerc, 75014 Paris), Swann et Vincent (22 place Denfert-Rochereau, 75014 Paris), Le Lakanal (2 avenue René Coty, 75014 Paris), Café du rendez-vous (2 avenue du Général Leclerc), Indiana Café - Denfert-Rochereau (1 bis avenue du Général Leclerc).
The area around the Catacombs is very lively in the evenings. Drop off your car in the secure Indigo Alésia car park and explore the surrounding area. For example, you can visit the bars Café Oz Denfert (3 place Denfert-Rochereau), l'Express 14 (73 rue Daguerre) or Le Lock Groove (15 rue Roger).
Don't wait any longer and reserve your parking space in the Indigo Alésia car park to easily reach the Catacombs of Paris.
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