Charles de Gaulle Station Parking

Location
Vehicle Drop-Off Date
Vehicle Pick-Up Date

Best Price (1 Day)

49,25 €

Features

  • Free Transfers
  • Secure parking
  • Open 24 hours
  • Only 5min from Paris Charles de Gaulle TGV Station

About Charles de Gaulle station parking

If you wish to park your vehicle as close as possible to Charles de Gaulle station, ParkVia is offering you a practical solution at a car park that allows you quick and easy access to the terminal. The car park offers private and covered parking spaces with CCTV operating 24 hours a day. Situated within the airport, it's only 5 minutes away from Paris Charles de Gaulle station and you can benefit from a free shuttle service.

Whether you're looking for short or long-term Charles de Gaulle station parking, thanks to ParkVia you can leave your vehicle at a car park close to the station and airport while you take your train or your plane. You also have the benefit of booking in advance, and guaranteeing your Charles de Gaulle station parking space before you travel.

Travelling from Charles de Gaulle TGV station and don’t have time to look for a car park? With ParkVia, you only have to enter the departure and arrival dates and times, get a quote and make your online advanced booking. Once your booking has been made, you will receive a booking confirmation email including the details of the parking and directions to make your journey even easier.

Charles de Gaulle station information

Charles de Gaulle station

Since 1994, -Charles de Gaulle TGV/RER station has existed within terminal 2. The TGV station is accessed by both the CDGVAL, RER B, and the TGV to Lille, Brussels, Lyon, Montpellier, Nantes and other major cities in Ile de France. About 73 % of Paris-Charles de Gaulle TGV station passengers are travelling to the airport, which equates to around 3 million customers a year.

The TGV station at Charles de Gaulle is better known as "Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 - TGV". Situated in Terminal 2 at Roissy-Charles de Gaulle International Airport, the station is connected to the South, the West and the North TGV networks as well as to the Thalys network. The station has also been granted permission to extend its services to 52 French and European Cities, Brussels and Amsterdam among them.