The Gare du Nord is one of the biggest stations in Europe. Opened in 1846, it underwent a few surgeries before it was completed. Now is the main station in France, with over 200 million happy travellers passing through it each year. It isn’t just a processing machine though; it’s sporting a pretty handsome facade as well. There is a beautiful arched window and 23 statues that represent the number of cities that you can travel to from the station. Clever, right?
A little birdie told me you’re about to become one of those happy travellers, fleeing the city. The question is, what’s going to happen to your car while you’re away?
Not to worry, like a good primary school teacher, ParkingdeParis.com is here to spoon-feed you all the answers ;) We recommend a number of good car parks nearby. The dream team of New Hotel Paris Gare du Nord, Garage d’Abbeville, Stalingrad and Goutte d’Or are all good options, just a few minutes’ walk from the station. All of them have CCTV and won’t make too much of an impact on your wallet and you can even leave your keys with the staff so that you can head off, safe in the knowledge that you can enter and exit throughout the time covered by your parking pass.
Gare du Nord - 18, rue de Dunkerque - 75010 Paris
Station Opening Hours : every day from 4.45 AM to 1.30 AM