Transport

Getting to Paris by coach

By coach, you 'll arrive in the biggest coach station in Europe.

Parking of tourist coaches in Paris

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The parking of tourist coaches is subject to strict regulations. The list of coach parks and authorized parking places is online on the website www.passautocar.paris.fr . This website provides information in real time on the availability of parking places in each covered coach park and enables you to buy the ‘Coach passes’ online, which are obligatory in order to park. During the authorized parking period, the coach is at liberty to move from one parking place to another.

International coach station

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This is the meeting point for globetrotters, in the Bercy district, close to the Accor Arena, the Cinémathèque and the Bercy train station.

Gare routière de Bercy-Seine
208 - 210 Quai de Bercy, Paris 12th
Metro: lines 6 and 14, stop “Bercy”
RER: line C, stop “Bibliothèque François Mitterrand”

  • Access from the Bercy metro on lines 6 and 14: take exit number 6, "Rue de Bercy", then cross the Parc de Bercy, located behind the Novotel and Ibis hotel buildings. The entrance to the station is located behind the open-air gym.

  • Access from the RER Bibliothèque François Mitterrand on line C: exit 2 "Avenue de France". You will then have to walk 12 minutes across the Tolbiac bridge.

Coach companies

They make Paris into the crossroads of all European routes. Whether you are British, Polish or Italian, you won’t have to go far for a choice of daily departures, which will give you the opportunity to glimpse the Eiffel Tower at last. These companies are numerous: see the list on this page.

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