Parking in Rueil-Malmaison

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Car Park in Rueil-Malmaison

Parking in Rueil-Malmaison

The commune of Rueil-Malmaison located in the Paris’ West, in the department of Hauts-de-Seine, near Nanterre, Suresnes or Saint-Cloud is part of the large agglomeration of Paris. Its name would come from a barn of the parish of Rueil named “mauvaise maison” (bad house) due to the presence of Vikings who would have settled on this domain. Because of its location, the city is very connected with the French capital by many means. It is directly connected to the RER A, a line linking the east to the west of Paris and reaching the Disneyland Paris Park. Rueil-Malmaison is also connected to no less than 14 RATP bus lines, not to mention the additional departmental and regional lines. We can add to that the fact that town is connected to the A86 freeway considered as the Parisian super ring road.

How to park in Rueil-Malmaison?

There are 3 different types of zones in Rueil-Malmaison, the red zone limiting parking to 1h15 and applying the highest rates, the orange zone encouraging parking up to 2h30 and the green zone allowing long term parking up to 8h30 and applying the lowest rates. The time limits for parking are set by dissuasive time-based pricing. In addition, Rueil-Malmaison applies a unilateral parking system alternating by two weeks. Thus, the first two weeks of the month you will have to park on the odd-numbered side and the opposite for the second two weeks.

Where to park near the Rueil-Malmaison RER station?

The area surrounding the Rueil-Malmaison train station is one of the most dynamic areas of the city with a lot of traffic. The parking is therefore complicated, especially in the street taking into account the rule applied by the municipality of unilateral parking. However, there are many public parking lots in the area, and we recommend you reserve your parking space with Parkimeter to better organize and plan your activities in the city.

Where to park in the Buzenval district?

The Buzenval district is considered a village located in the south of the commune of Rueil-Malmaison. It is a chic district with small gardens and parks perfect for walks. We propose different offers of public parking lots around the district whether you want to reserve a parking space occasionally or rent a space monthly, Parkimeter will allow you to compare the different offers and make your reservation.

Where to park in the Coteaux neighborhood?

The Coteaux neighborhood is attracting more and more residents and therefore becoming more and more difficult to park. However, like the Buzenval district, many public parking offers exist that you can compare and reserve through Parkimeter.