Paris parking

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  1. Terry and Nicola

    Terry and Nicola

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    Morning all
    As we are back to Disney this month ,we all ways have a day in Paris we get the train and use the metro in, so trying to save some money was thinging of driving in to Paris with the motorhome but its 7.3m long has any one taken there motorhome in to paris before and how near did you get do not mind walking a mile or 2 and how much did it cost you to park. its 19e per person for train and metro and there are 5 of us so just under 100e
    many thanks Terry :thumb:
     
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    Hi, apparently parking in Paris is risky when it comes to theft, I don't know how true this is, I'm sure if you drove in there would be somewhere.
    There is a campsite 15mins from the centre
    http://www.campingparis.fr/index.php
    see if they can help?
    A couple of times I've wanted to go but changed my plans at the last minute, if you do go please post were you stayed.
     
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    Sorry to be a bit negative, but I wouldnt park a motorhome in the centre of Paris and leave it, any more than I would in the centre of Birmingham,Manchester or London.
     
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    Hi we have parked ours right in the centre no problem. We parked near the Eiffel tower just along from where the coaches park, it was a Sunday and the parking meters aren't in use some of the street had signs to say no motorhomes but there is plenty that are ok. When we where parking up i asked a local resident if it was ok to park and he said no problem on a Sunday. Only advise i would give is get there early.
     
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