europe Avignon is the largest city in the Vaucluse, on the left bank of the Rhône river. The city has an ancient town centre with many medieval monuments as the Palais des Papes, the cathedral, and the Pont d'Avignon. Famous is the annual Art Festival d'Avignon.

parking Avignon

Parking in Avignon

The compact Old Town is partly a car free zone and can be done by foot quite easily. On street parking is limited in and around the centre. The main car parks are located at the train stations, at 7 avenue Monclar, and underneath the Palais des Papes square. Free parking is set at the Ile Piot and at avenue des Italiens with free shuttle buses running to the centre.

On-street parking Avignon

Inside the city wall area paid parking applies in the yellow zones. The maximum parking duration is 3 hours. Parking rate: € 2.00 for 3 hours. Chargeable parking is set Monday-Saturdays 09.00-12.00 hours and 14.00-19.00 hours.

Free parking Avignon

Free parking places can be found outside the inner city area.
- P+R Ile Piot - open 24/7, freebus to Porte de l'Oulle.
- P+R des Italiens - open mon-sat (closed in holiday season)
- Parking Allées de L'Oulle
- Parking Limbert - Boulevard Limbert.
Please be informed that these places are very popular and often fully occupied in the summertime.

Car parks Avignon

For visiting the Place du Palais, Le Pont d'Avignon and the famous Theatre Festival the best parking options are the car parks in and around the city centre. Parking rates in public car parks : € 1.40-1.70/hour. Read more.