Gare de l'Est train station is in the 10th arrondissement, about 3 km from the centre of Paris. It is one of the oldest and most important railway stations in the capital. Nearly 100,000 travellers rush through the station every day, with most of the beautiful architectural details of this historic building remaining unnoticed. Pause for a minute and cast your eye over the stunning Westphalian façade, or the memorial plaque on the floor of the entrance hall, it would really be worth it!
Here at ParkingsdeParis.com, you will find numerous cheap car parks close to the Gare de l'Est. Have a little look at the map on our website to find a suitable car park that meets your needs. If you plan to spend several days in Paris, we really recommend leaving your car in one of these car parks and exploring the rest of the capital using the extensive public transport system that spreads out its tentacles across the city. This will extract some stress from your life during the search for parking as well as help you to avoid any annoying waiting around in traffic jams.
The Gare de l'Est railway station, opened in 1849, is a long-distance railway station, which runs services all over France and since 2007 some high-speed trains (ICE and TGV) from Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Munich, Strasbourg, Metz and Vienna have now been welcomed to the party. As well as the other major railway stations in Paris, the Gare de l'Est train station is also well connected to the public transport (metro and RER).