Forum des Halles-Rambuteau

Tunnel de la rue de Turbigo (arrivée depuis le 12, rue de Turbigo)
About the car park
Cheap car park in the centre of Paris! This large car park is underneath the Forum des Halles shopping centre. I think you've probably guessed what one does here... Shop until you drop! Packed with all your favourite high street brands, you can treat yourself to a good old fashioned holiday shopping spree. If you feel like giving your feet a rest you can grab something to eat at one of the restaurants or, alternatively, pop in to the cinema where they show a mixture of French films plus all the main releases. Make sure to check they are showing the English version though! Once you've finished updating your wardrobe, it's time to explore a bit more of the city. Luckily, this is just as easy. For the artists, or just the generally curious, you can head in one of two directions. To the East, about 10 minutes' walk, is the Centre Pompidou, where you will find the National Gallery for Art and Culture and to the South (with a little bit of West), the Louvre, which needs no introduction, is just a 5-minute walk away. For those of you happy to stretch the legs a little further, the Île de la Cité and all its treasures, most significantly Notre-Dame Cathedral, are about 15 minutes' walk, or you can just hop on line 4 of the metro at Les Halles and it is just 2 stops away! The easiest way to get to the Forum is via Rue de Turbigo, around number 12, where you will come to a tunnel with signs to various car parks. Follow directions to Parking Forum-Rambuteau and you will see the entrance just inside the tunnel. Take a ticket from the machine, park and go to reception, on level B and show them your reservation. They will give you the relevant exit ticket according to the length of your stay. The car park is open 24/7 but if the welcome officer is out, ring the intercom for help. Once you have checked-in you may enter and exit as often as you like, unless you chose to go for one of the Low Cost forfaits (single entry/single exit). This car park offers some 'park & ride' parking passes for shows and events at the Palais Omnisports de Paris Bercy (2 stops on line 14 of the metro), the Stade de France (10 mins on RER B), for Disneyland and for the shows held at Paris Le Bourget and Paris-Nord Villepinte so you can pay for the correct amount of time. You just leave your car at the car park and take, according to your destination, either the RER suburban rail service, or Metro line 14 (the RER/Metro station is located in the Forum). It's quick and cheap! The Forum des Halles car park also has "Low Cost" parking packages (for 1 entry/1 exit only) for anyone in Paris on their way to catch a train or plane and looking for a secure car park, which is cheaper than the ones at the airport, for 8 or 15 days. Metro: Les Halles and Châtelet-Les Halles (lines 1, 4, 7, 11 and 14) RER (Regional Express Railway) : Les Halles (lines A, B and D)Read less
Car park hours
Open 24 hours a day
How to enter?

ARRIVAL: Take a ticket. Park in any free space. Go to the office (level 1) with your reservation and the ticket. If there is no-one there, ring the intercom.
DEPARTURE: Use the ticket the staff gave you.
IF YOUR BOOKING ALLOWS UNLIMITED ENTRANCE AND EXIT: Use the ticket the staff gave you.

Car park entrance

Tunnel de la rue de Turbigo (arrivée depuis le 12, rue de Turbigo)

What our customers say
4,6
Based on 22 opinions
Access
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Clément
5
5

Evert
4,3
4,3
There was no elevator and that made it difficult to exit the car park with a lot of luggage. We had to carry a lot of luggage up the stairs.Read less

Guy
4
4
Access to disabled people is out of use for more than 2 years. Exiting the parking is not possible after 11 pm : lifts and access doors next to parking entrance are closed.Read less

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