About Tours airport parking
We offer secure private car parking in close proximity to the airport of Tours-Val de Loire (The car park is located 200 metres on foot from the airport so there is no need for a shuttle bus!).
Your parking space is guaranteed the moment you book on line with ParkVia, whether you are looking for short or long stay parking. Are you ready to pay for more security? Our listed car park is watched over by the owner and access to it is protected by railings.
Have you already returned from holidays at Tours-Val de Loire airport only to find your car has been scratched, vandalised or it is dirty? Your booking with ParkVia gives you the security of a private car park space!
To compare prices simply enter the dates and times required and click on "Check Availability". It is easy to complete your booking! Once you have completed your booking you will receive a confirmation email with your booking reference, directions to the car park and important contact telephone numbers.
What our customers say about parking at Tours.
Rated 5 out of 5 based on 34 reviews from customers that booked at Tours Airport with us.
27 November 2021
21 November 2021
17 May 2019
Parking très bien situé, accueil très aimable.
09 November 2018
19 September 2018
Je ne vois rien d'autre à dire de plus
22 July 2018
Très bien situé Accceil chaleureux Très bien situé
13 June 2018
service correspondant à mon attente, en toute sécurité merci.
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Tours airport information
The Airport of Tours-Val de Loire opened to commercial flights in 1962 and is located in Cheval between Tours and Parçay-Meslay in the department of Indre et Loire. It cannot accommodate large aircraft but has, several times, welcomed Concorde.
The Airport of Tours Val De Loire was constructed in the 1930s and was known as the Aerodrome of Tours St Symphorien. It was used for military purposes during the second world war before it was destroyed by German and British bombing. At the end of the war it was used by NATO and the US Air Force before it was turned into a French Air Base in 1952. However, it wasn't until the 1960s that it was used for civilian flights. The Airport has routes to London, Porto, Marseille, Dublin, Figari (Corsica) and many other destinations all over Europe.