It’s funny how sometimes we see things better from far away…
When you’re far away, you can see the 210 meter Montparnasse Tower easily. But when you’re getting closer, entering the 15th district, it disappears until you’re right in front of it, a few meters from Montparnasse Station.
Have you ever noticed that’s it’s pretty much the same with parking spaces in Paris?
Once you’re there, you realize that finding a parking space at Montparnasse Station isn’t obvious at first… That’s because there aren’t any.
On the other hand, if you look a little further on the ParkingsdeParis website, you’ll see there are plenty of affordable car parks in Paris where you can book your spot in advance and park directly when you arrive.
It’s ideal if you’re going on vacation and have a train to catch. You just have to book a parking space at Montparnasse Station.
ParkingsdeParis is here to help give you a happy ending to your story of parking at Montparnasse Station, and without breaking the bank!
Already thinking about booking a parking space near Montparnasse Station? Good idea! With ParkingsdeParis, you can say au revoir to all the usual parking problems. No more last-minute searches for parking spaces, full car parks, hour limits on street parking…
On our website you can find a large number of car parks near Montparnasse Station and it’s easy to choose the one that’s most convenient for you, since you can rest assured knowing we’re showing you the best rates. And we have plenty of options depending on the car park you’re interested in: Car parks that are monitored, open 24 hours a day, or that have spaces for people with reduced mobility, or even valet parking. The options are endless with ParkingsdeParis.
And if you park near the station (located on Vaugirard Street), you will also be next to the Montparnasse Tower, several theatres, cinemas, and shopping centers, as well as the Montparnasse Cemetery and many other sights to see in the 15th district.
Are you taking a SNCF TGV train that leaves from Hall 1 in Montparnasse Station? Then you need to go to either 17 Boulevard de Vaugirard from Place Raoul Dautry (in front of the Montparnasse Tower) or to 7 Rue Commandant Mouchotte.
If your train leaves from Hall 2 in Montparnasse Station, you need to come by way of the docks or wharf, by Rue du Pont des Cinq Martyrs du Lycée Buffon.
On the other hand, if you’re taking a Ouigo train, you’ll probably have to go to Hall 3 of the station, Gare Montparnasse - Gare de Vaugirard. To get there, it’ll take you about ten minutes to reach the docks if you come from other halls.
We recommend that you leave your car in a car park near Hall 3 of Gare Montparnasse - Gare de Vaugirard. To access it, you can pass between Rue du Cotentin and Place des Cinq Martyrs du Lycée Buffon; the platforms are on level 2 of the station.
To go to the Montparnasse station by public transport, you can choose between the subway (metro), bus, or Vélib’ public shared bicycles:
Go to Montparnasse station by metro: You can take metro lines 4, 6, 12, or 13
Go to Montparnasse station by bus: Buses 28, 39, 58, 82, 88, 89, 91, 92, 94, 95, and 96
Go to Montparnasse station in Vélib’: You’ll find 3 Vélib’ stations nearby, one at 1-13 Boulevard de Vaugirard, another at 5 Rue du Commandant Rene Mouchotte, and one at 1 Rue du Cotentin
You took a train, but not planning on stopping there? Take public transport to go to the Paris station where you have to catch your next train:
If you plan to travel even further by going to the airport and flying somewhere else, here’s how to reach the different Paris airports:
So there you have it, everything you could possibly need to about the Montparnasse Station. All thanks to ParkingsdeParis. No, no don’t thank us, we’re just like that. So just follow our advice and take the TGV, SCNF trains, or metro knowing that your car will be in a safe place near Montparnasse Station, guaranteed.
Okay, we can’t guarantee anything in the event of an alien invasion, but don’t ask us too much, either. ;)