Where to park in Dijon

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Car Park in Dijon

Where to park in Dijon

Parking in Dijon

Dijon is a city in France and capital of the historic Burgundy region. It is very famous for its gastronomy and vineyard tours. Every year there is a gastronomy fair in autumn. In this city you can enjoy different facades of gothic and art deco style buildings.

Public parking in Dijon

In Dijon there are several public parking options, if you prefer to make your life easier and have more flexibility and avoid long turns in search of parking, we strongly recommend you to hire a parking lot. Through Parkimeter you can compare parking lots and rates. Keep in mind that if you plan to stay for several days, you will save 80% on the cost, as the rates are regressive. Book online to secure your spot here.

Regulated parking in Dijon

To park on the streets of Dijon, it is important to know that there are two parking areas. The short-term (limited to 2 hours) to facilitate quick turnover and the long-term parking (limited to 8h30), mostly to ensure the availability of spaces for residents. How to identify them? White is for short-term parking and orange for long-term parking.

Parking is charged from Monday to Saturday between 9 am and 12.30 pm, and from 2 pm to 7 pm. More than 4,500 parking spaces are available on the streets of Dijon in the different districts. FACT: Sundays and public holidays are free of charge.

Before leaving your car, you must have paid in advance for the estimated time you plan to park. You can pay at one of the parking meters on the street or via mobile applications. Be sure to check the color of the parking, the rate and not to exceed the time you have paid for or you will be fined.

The paid parking zones in Dijon are divided into 7 different sectors:

"Center" (2,074 spots). "North Station" (664 spaces) "South Station" (514 spaces) "Montchapet" (832 places) "Tivoli-Transvaal" (823 places) "Hyacinthe Vincent" (320 places) "Park Alleys" (316 places). In addition, 338 spaces are located outside these sectors: rue d'Auxonne, boulevard Clemenceau, Jouvence/Barbe district, etc.

What to do in Dijon

This city is full of art and history, you can only see it in its buildings by walking through its streets, you can visit its museums and learn more about its culture. We advise you to start a route from the center at the neoclassical Place de la Libération.

You can take the opportunity to visit the Tower of Philip the Good and leaving the square, by the Rua de Palais, you can go to the Palace of Justice. Very close to the square you will find several monuments of great interest, so it is worth a walk around this square.

Another site not to be missed is the Museum of Fine Arts of Dijon that will take you through time. There are a variety of destinations within Dijon that are definitely worth a visit.

Therefore, we advise you to inform yourself about everything this city has to offer and if you come by car and want to avoid stressful moments looking for parking, we recommend you to book your parking space through Parkimeter.