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Car Park in Caen

Parking in Caen

The city of Caen.

The city of Caen, also known as the City of a Hundred Spires, is located about 15 kilometers from the English Channel, in Normandy in the department of Calvados. It is a historic French city with a population of about 110,000. The city is marked by the heritage of William the Conqueror, former Duke of Normandy and King of England, who gave Caen an important place during the Middle Ages. It was also the scene of an important battle during the Second World War which led to the construction of the internationally known Peace Memorial in the city.

Parking zones in Caen.

There are four different parking zones in Caen. They are defined by their color and differ because of their location and rates. The green zone is a completely free zone. The blue zone offers a free parking limited to 1h30 or 2h for rechargeable vehicles. The red and yellow zones are the paying zones in Caen. The red zone is the most expensive with a rate of 1.50€ per hour and limited to 2 hours of parking. The yellow zone offers a cheaper rate of 1€ per hour and limits parking to 5 hours.

Caen's public parking lots.

The city of Caen also has many off-street public parking solutions. Indeed, street parking can be very difficult due to the number of vehicles that have to park every day. This is why many off-street parking solutions with much more space, secure and continuously accessible exist. If you are planning to come to Caen for a short or long period of time, we recommend that you compare the different offers available on the Parkimeter website and book your parking online to avoid any stress when you arrive in the City of a hundred spires.

Getting around Caen.

The city of Caen is a real gateway between France and England as it is only 2 hours drive from Paris via the A13 motorway and also directly connected to Portsmouth via the Caen - Ouistreham Riva-Bella - Portsmouth ferry line. Caen is also connected to the strongholds of Normandy, only a few kilometers from the famous D-Day beaches and the seaside resorts of Deauville and Cabourg. Moreover, Caen is directly connected to the A84 and the A88 and therefore to the Brittany region and the Parisian Basin in addition to being surrounded by a ring road.

What to visit in Caen?

The city of a hundred steeples has built up a collection of magnificent historical monuments thanks to its rich history, which attract many tourists every year. The most internationally known is obviously the Peace Memorial where many grandiose ceremonies have been held. However, we can also mention the Men's Abbey and the Ladies' Abbey as well as the great church of St. Peter, the symbol of the city. Finally, its prosperous medieval history has allowed it to build a real historical heritage with notably the visitable ramparts of the ducal castle or its very atypical and pleasant old town district.