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Compiègne is a commune of the department of Oise located in the region of Hauts-de-France in the north-east of Paris. It is located in a very forested area and appreciated by hikers. It has its own forest, the Forest of Compiègne directly adjacent to the town. Compiègne is a key city of the Oise department and thus represents an interesting option to visit the region or the city itself.
The commune of Compiègne has two different types of paid parking zones that differ according to their location in the city. They are differentiated by the color assigned to them. Thus, there is an orange zone on the outskirts of the city center and a red one in the city center. The orange zone has a total of 758 parking spaces and has a rate of 1€ per hour and is limited to 4 hours. The red zone, on the other hand, has only 588 spaces, at a higher rate of €1.50 per hour. These rates are valid Monday to Saturday from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm and from 1:30 pm to 7 pm. In addition, both zones offer 30 minutes of free parking per day.
Thus, the number of parking spaces available on the street remains very low, reaching a total of 1.346 spaces in the alleys of the city center for a city of over 40.000 inhabitants. Another option is therefore offered to you in the form of four underground parking lots located at the main points of interest in the city. We recommend that you compare the different rates of these parking lots on the Parkimeter website or application to book your place before your arrival and enjoy your visit without any stress.
Compiègne is a town that was important in the history of France. Indeed, it is often called "the Imperial City". It was the city hosting the meetings of the Estates-General until the 14th century but also where the kings of France often liked to reside. Compiègne has been besieged many times by the English or the Burgundians and notably defended by Joan of Arc. The Imperial City has therefore been partly destroyed and partly rebuilt many times, which makes it a very interesting city to visit.
Thanks to its rich history linked to the French royalty, Compiègne has many places to see during a visit. First of all, we can mention the magnificent Château de Compiègne, classified as a historical monument and with a superb garden where you can stroll. The symbol of the city, its Town Hall is also a historical monument and represents well the past of the town since it is there since the 14th century. You can also find the beautiful Imperial Theater of Compiègne, the city walls or the incredible forest that is located at the exit of the town.