Car parks near Gare du Nord

8 Car parks found
    New Hotel Paris Gare du Nord
    1. Closer

    New Hotel Paris Gare du Nord

    Covered (1.85m)
    4 min (219m)
    Price for 6 hours
    INDIGO Euronord Lariboisière

    INDIGO Euronord Lariboisière

    Covered (2m)
    5 min (299m)
    Price for 1 hour
    INDIGO Franz Liszt

    INDIGO Franz Liszt

    Covered (1.9m)
    7 min (436m)
    Price for 1 hour
    Garage d'Abbeville - Gare du Nord

    Garage d'Abbeville - Gare du Nord

    Covered
    8 min (467m)
    Price for 8 hours
    INDIGO Magenta Gare de l'Est

    INDIGO Magenta Gare de l'Est

    Covered (1.9m)
    10 min (588m)
    Price for 1 hour
    Stalingrad - Gare du Nord

    Stalingrad - Gare du Nord

    Covered (1.85m)
    11 min (689m)
    Price for 1 day
    Montholon INDIGO

    Montholon INDIGO

    Covered (1.9m)
    14 min (846m)
    Price for 1 hour
    SAEMES Anvers-Montmartre
    1. Cheaper

    SAEMES Anvers-Montmartre

    Covered (1.9m)
    15 min (876m)
    Price for 1 hour

Where to park in Gare du Nord

Need to go to the north of France? The Gare du Nord in Paris may be one of your crossing points. If you come from the Paris region, you will probably need to park your vehicle nearby. Given the considerable traffic from the first station in Europe, it is needless to say that you will have a hard time finding a space.

For this reason, Parclick advises you to reserve a parking space, making sure to do so in advance.

We are not lacking in choice! We offer several car parks near the Gare du Nord that might interest you. Choose the most suitable Parking in Gare du Nord :

Garage Abbeville - Gare du Nord car park is between 6 and 7 minutes from the train station. Take rue de Rocroy then turn right on rue de Maubeuge. This car park is also three minutes from the Poissonnière metro station which leads directly to the Gare de l'Est station;

• The Goutte d'Or - Gare du Nord car park is 3 minutes from the Lariboisière hospital and 7 minutes from the Gare du Nord. It is also surrounded by several metro stations, including Château Rouge and Barbès-Rochechouart, which will take you directly to the train station;

• The Stalingrad - Gare du Nord car park is very well positioned between train stations, hospitals and metro stations. From the car park, go on boulevard de la Chapelle and turn left on rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis; then, it's straight on;

• The Grand Garage Saint-Laurent - Gare de l'Est car park is located near two metro stations - Château d'Eau and Jacques Bonsergent. Both will take you directly to the station (metro Magenta);

• Finally, the parking valet Gare du Nord ECTOR offers a practical and cheap valet service, which will allow you to reach the train station directly and save valuable time. Entrust the keys of your car to a valet and we will take care of driving it to the Gare du Nord ECTOR car park.

Gare du Nord: traffic, cinema and shopping centre

Located in the 10th arrondissement, Gare du Nord is the first railway station in Europe and the second in the world for its traffic, with 190 million passengers for the year 2008. This gigantic building, opened in 1846, is also classified as a historical monument since 1975. In addition, this station is very popular with the cinema; among the famous films that have been filmed there are Le Fabuleux Destin d´Amélie Poulain and La Mémoire dans la Peau.

The train station is at the centre of a multi-use platform largely connected to buses, RER (lines B, D, E), subway (lines 2, 4, 5), taxi and of course self-service bicycles. In particular, the metro makes it possible to go directly to Pigalle, to l'île de la Cité or to the Montparnasse station. Like all Paris train stations, it serves a very specific area of ​​France: the North, hence its name. It connects the capital to the cities of Calais, Lille and Dunkirk. However, these trains are also international; London, Brussels, Amsterdam and Cologne are among its destinations.

Thanks to the time you have gained by booking parking with Parclick, you can visit the neighbourhood, admire the splendid facade of the station, or go around the many shops and boutiques that offers it: fashion, fast food, press or decoration... That will be a lot nicer than looking desperately for a parking spot as the clock ticks. So, do not hesitate any more, and choose one of the car parks at the Gare du Nord that Parclick offers you.

Getting to the Gare du Nord station in Paris

Going to Gare du Nord by public transportation

If you want to get to Gare du Nord by public transportation after parking in a park and ride car park further away, you can choose between the bus, the metro, the RER train, or public shared Vélib’ bicycles.

  • Going to Gare du Nord by metro: You can take lines 2, 4, and 5 to Gare du Nord.
  • Going to Gare du Nord by RER: 3 RER train lines serve Gare du Nord, lines B, D, and E (Magenta stop).
  • Go to the North Station by Vélib’: You will find a Vélib’ terminal at 8-10 Rue de Dunkerque in the same square as the station, another at 37 Rue de Dunkerque, and one more at 3-7 Boulevard de Denain.
  • Go to the North Station by bus: There are several bus stops where the following lines pass:
    • Bus stop located on Rue de Dunkerque Gare du Nord - Dunkerque: Lines 26, 43, 48, and 54
    • Bus stop located on Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis Gare du Nord: Lines 42, 302, and 350
    • Bus stop located on Rue de Saint-Quentin Lafayette - Dunkerque: Lines 38, 39, 46, and 65
    • Bus stop located on Boulevard de Magenta Lafayette - Magenta - Gare du Nord: Lines 30, 31, and 56

Getting to other Paris train stations from Gare du Nord

From Gare du Nord you can easily reach other train stations in Paris via public transportation.

  • Going to Gare de l'Est station from Gare du Nord: You can walk there in less than 10 minutes or take the metro line 4.
  • Going to Paris-Gare de Lyon station from Gare du Nord: The RER D train will take you there in just 10 minutes. 
  • Going to Austerlitz station from Gare du Nord: The metro line 5 will get you there in 15 to 20 minutes, otherwise you can take the RER B train to Saint-Michel and then take the RER C train. 
  • Going to the Saint-Lazare station from Gare du Nord: You can take the RER E train, which will get you there in 15 minutes, or the metro line 4 to Réaumur-Sébastopol and then take line 3. The whole journey takes a little less than 20 minutes. 
  • Going to the Montparnasse station from Gare du Nord: The metro line 4 gets you there in about 20 minutes. 

 

Going to the Paris airport from Gare du Nord

From Gare du Nord, you can even go to Paris-Roissy-Charles de Gaulle Airport. It’s especially convenient because you can park at the Roissy TGV station, but you can also park in Paris and go to the airport on public transportation.

It takes about half an hour to arrive at the Paris-Roissy-Charles de Gaulle Airport on the RER B train from Gare du Nord.

If your flight leaves from Orly airport, you can also take the RER B train to Antony, then take the Orlyval shuttle. The entire journey takes about 45 minutes.

You’re probably thinking you should go to Gare du Nord more often, right? With all it has to offer! Well, no need to have a train to catch in order to park in a secure car park near Gare du Nord. ParkingsdeParis has got you covered whatever the occasion. ;)

Thanks to Parclick, no parking difficulties, no fines, no impound. And if the car parks that we offer on this page do not satisfy you, make your choice among the 100 car parks in Paris that we offer!

Points of interest near Gare du Nord in Paris

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