10 Car parks found
    1. Closer

    New Hotel Paris Gare du Nord

    Covered (1.85m)
    2 min (149m)

    Gare du Nord ECTOR - Service Voiturier

    Covered (1.9m)
    3 min (170m)

    INDIGO Euronord Lariboisière

    Covered (2m)
    5 min (304m)

    INDIGO Franz Liszt

    Covered (1.9m)
    5 min (308m)

    Garage d'Abbeville - Gare du Nord

    6 min (348m)

    Magenta INDIGO Gare de l'Est

    Covered (1.9m)
    8 min (481m)

    Gare de l'Est ECTOR - Service Voiturier

    Covered (1.9m)
    9 min (534m)

    INDIGO Montholon

    Covered (1.9m)
    12 min (734m)

    Stalingrad - Gare du Nord

    Covered (1.85m)
    13 min (809m)
    1. Cheaper

    SAEMES Anvers-Montmartre

    Covered (1.9m)
    14 min (841m)

Where to park in Gare du Nord

Do you have a train to catch? But do you have to leave your car somewhere? Looks like it’s your lucky day: ParkingsdeParis offers you a dozen car parks around Gare du Nord train station.

Think about it! Car parks that are secure, open 24 hours, have covered parking, are accessible for people with disabilities… We’ve got it all! You’ll find everything you need, and maybe even a few extras you didn’t think you needed, like car parks that wash your car or have valet parking. Like we said, we’ve got everything. ;)

And frankly, you’re going to need a car park because trying to park near Gare du Nord is no small feat. Gare du Nord is in Paris, after all, and parking in Paris… Well, it’s certainly not as sweet as the macaron you’re going to deserve after attempting it!

And something typical you’ll notice near train stations; everyone is always in a hurry! On top of that, someone had the brilliant idea to place the Gare de l'Est station right next to the Gare du Nord station. So, as you can imagine, street parking spaces are scarce, and we haven’t even talked about the limits in residential areas yet… A maximum of 2 hours and usually it costs 4€ per hour!

Don’t waste your precious time looking for parking, with ParkingsdeParis you can reserve your parking space ahead of time to ensure you park at the best rate while saving time. It's almost crazy how well thought out it is, right? ;)

Long-term parking at Gare du Nord

In the 10th district of Paris

Let us tell you a little about the Paris Gare du Nord station so you understand how vital it is to book your parking space ahead of time.

The station building itself is listed as a historic monument, so count on some tourists mixed in with all the travelers. Yes, those people who stop in the middle of everything to take a selfie. And, what’s more, some of them come by car, so that leaves even less parking for others. So now you understand why it’s useful to book parking in advance!

What to do at Gare du Nord

Is your train late? Or have you arrived even earlier than you expected since you parked in an affordable car park in minutes? These things happen when you book with ParkingsdeParis. ;)

Either way, you won’t be bored since Gare du Nord is a huge station with several lounges and waiting rooms. But if you want to take full advantage of your extra time, you have options!

If you’re on a business trip, you can use the co-working space available at Gare du Nord.

If you’re savvy when it comes to saving battery, you’ll find two charging stations to top up your phone or tablet battery. One is on level 0, facing track 16, and the other is on level -2 in the Maubeuge waiting room. Enjoy, the wifi is free too!

Do you know how to play the piano? If the answer is yes, head over to the two self-service pianos that are free for passing travelers to use. One is on level 0, off track 13, and the other is on level -2, near the charging station. And even if the answer is no, what better time than the present to try? ;) You’ll likely never see your audience again, so don’t hold back!

Upon your return, you can even get your photos developed at the station! So you can head home with your vacation pictures ready, if you’re one of those people that still shoots with film, that is.

Finally, if you’re hungry, take advantage of the many dining options and grab a bite to eat. If you’re a chocolate lover (who isn’t?), be sure to check out the chocolate shops at Gare du Nord. In case you’d forgotten, there are trains that leave this station and go straight to Belgium. ;)

Leaving on a trip from Gare du Nord: Taking the train from Gare du Nord

Located at Rue de Dunkerque, in the 10th district of Paris, Gare du Nord is on the edge of the capital’s city center. It’s one of the stations with the highest number of passengers in the world—more than 260 million—counting the users of the TGV, Thalys, Eurostar, and RER trains.

You’ll be able to visit the cities in the north of France by train, but you can also travel to Amsterdam, Brussels, or even London from Paris.

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. ;)

Book a parking space in Paris and enjoy your time in the city or your trip to another place from one of the many train stations in the capital!

Points of interest near Gare du Nord in Paris

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