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Vernon is a commune in the Eure department in the Normandy region northwest of Paris. It lies between the roads from Beauvais to Évreux and from Paris to Rouen. Vernon is also very close to the French Vexin Regional Nature Park, which is popular with hikers and cyclists for its many pleasant walks and castles. Vernon is therefore a key town in the Eure department and where it can be difficult to park due to its interesting location for discovering the region.
Vernon has three different types of parking zones which differ according to their location in the town. They are differentiated by the colour assigned to them. There is a yellow zone in the town centre, a green zone on the outskirts and a violet zone near the two railway stations in the town. The yellow zone is the most expensive with a rate of 3€ per 2 hours. The green zone is the cheapest with a rate of 2€ per 2 hours. And finally, the purple zone has different rates depending on their location but is free near the stations for Vernonnais. Moreover, regardless of the zone, in Vernon every day, parking is free for 30 minutes. Free parking is also available on Sundays, Mondays and public holidays.
For years, parking in Vernon was a real municipal problem because it was poorly organised and complicated to use for visitors. The number of parking solutions was insufficient, leading to the creation of off-streetcar parks. This led to the creation of free car parks for residents near the railway stations. In addition to this, enclosed parking solutions have been added, but above all an underground car park located in the city centre which offers a perfect solution for visitors to the city. You can compare and book the different parking options on the Parkimeter website or app before your trip to Vernon.
The town of Vernon is a very old commune in France, having been mentioned as far back as 750, and is now home to just under 25.000 inhabitants. Its population is considered to be rather young, as 37,4% of Vernon's inhabitants are under 30 years old. In addition, the commune of Vernon has been awarded the "3 flowers" label, which means that it is a very flowery commune. This is especially true as Vernon is surrounded by two large forests, Bizy and Vernon.
Vernon has many places of interest to visit during a visit to the Normandy town, starting with the symbol of the town, its Vieux-Moulin suspended on the banks of the Seine north of Vernon. The history of the town has given it a collection of superb monuments, including the Châteaux de Bizy and des Tourelles, both important figures in Vernon's past, but also the beautiful Collegiate Church of Notre-Dame and the majestic Hôtel de Ville. Finally, close to the town, there is the town of Giverny, known for Claude Monet's house and gardens, and the French Vexin Regional Nature Park, which is very popular with hikers for its paths and its many castles.