Transfer Paris (hotel or home address) - Railway station Paris
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History of Montparnasse train station and its surroundings
The Montparnasse station has undergone several major changes since its creation in 1840. In 1837, the Paris, Sèvres, Meudon, and Versailles Railway Company was tasked with extending the railway network in the Ile-de-France region by operating the railroad from Paris to Versailles. As traffic increased, the company had to call on the state for extension works, which led to the opening of a new station on Boulevard du Montparnasse. The viaduct of Maine played a key role in extending the station, which was designed in neoclassical style by architect Victor Lenoir and engineer Alphonse Baude. The station remained in service until the 1960s, benefiting from the growth of railway companies and the extension of tracks.
Between the two world wars, the station underwent another phase of expansion, and from 1923, the station was reorganized to accommodate main lines and suburban trains separately. The annexes Maine arrivals and Maine departures were chosen to accommodate the new station built by SNCF, which was part of a new urban development project that included the construction of the Montparnasse tower on the site of the former station. By the 1960s, the station was part of a complex of offices and housing, and no longer resembled a traditional station.
The station underwent renovations in 1989 to accommodate the TGV, which was inaugurated in 1990 with a modernist architecture and a glass facade that distinguished it from other stations. The parking lot is located under the Atlantic Garden, and in 2004, the station received the NF service certification from Afnor.
Tourist attractions near Montparnasse train station
Montparnasse is a touristic spot, especially thanks to the existence of gardens of green plants located above the station. Here is a selection of the most appreciated tourist attractions located near the station.
La Cité des Arts (City of Arts)
Located 21 avenue du Maine, La Cité des Arts is a verdant space that, in the last century, was inhabited by artists having their workshops on this alley. Among these artists we will cite Picasso, Braque, Modigliani, Matisse. During the First World War, this space will accommodate the artists lacking in means. This place fitted out in an island of greenery just a step from the Montparnasse Tower and just a step from the station, also shelters a mini-museum dedicated in to the main lines of the history of the Montparnasse district. This destination is not to be missed if you have time to visit the station of Montparnasse.
The Montparnasse cemetery
The atmosphere in the Montparnasse cemetery is unpreceded. The neighborhood is used to the silences of meditations. Great French names rest in the cemetery of Montparnasse : Baudelaire, Serge Gainsbourg and Simone de Beauvoir, to name a few.
The Atlantic Garden Le Jardin Atlantique will be in your reach via several accesses, especially from the Catalogne square. It is a destination not to be missed if you have time to spend before taking your train. This green space on the roof of the Gare Montparnasse is an ensemble consisting of a large central lawn lined with trees of all varieties. Note that the roof of the station also hosts sports facilities including tennis courts and weight training equipment.
Hotels with refurbished rooms, garden and private parking
Hotel Rose Bourbon
Le Rose Bourbon is a broken 4 star hotel located in the 15th arrondissement of Paris. The establishment has 39 rooms in different categories. Some of them, family classes, can accommodate up to 4 people. The rooms are equipped to offer you all the comfort you will need during your stay. Furthermore, the hotel also has a bar available to its guests and offers a breakfast service each morning. The Rose Bourbon hotel is located at 53 rue de l'Eglise, near many tourist monuments such as the Parc des Princes which is 2.7 km away, the Champs-Élysées at 3.2 km or the Eiffel Tower. which is 1.7 km away. In other words, the hotel enjoys a very advantageous location for those who wish to discover Paris. Within 5 km in the surrounding area, you will find many other tourist places such as the Louvre Museum, 4 km away or Notre-Dame de Paris, 4.5 km away.
Hotel Convention Montparnasse
Find out why the Hotel Convention Montparnasse is one of the favorite hotels for tourists passing through Paris. What travelers like about this establishment is that it enjoys a prime location in the heart of Paris in the 15th arrondissement. Indeed, the establishment is located in one of the most popular areas of the capital. It is nestled between the Parc des Expositions and Gare Montparnasse. With a nearby metro station, you can easily access most of Paris’s tourist and cultural sites. As for accommodation, the Hotel Convention Montparnasse provides its guests with 37 rooms, each equipped with a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. Note also that the establishment is accessible to people with reduced mobility. To help you make the most of your stay, the hotel offers a variety of services, including breakfast, which is served to all guests each morning.
Discover the Bourdelle Museum
The Bourdelle museum is located just a few steps from the Montparnasse district, and was inaugurated on July 04, 1949. It has the particularity of making visitors discover an extraordinary exhibition space, while having the chance to stroll through the gardens and doing meditation. It is a truly idyllic place, especially for people who like peace and harmony. His history This museum was only created in 1949, however, it was already imagined in the 1920s by Bourdelle. He was passionate about the arts, sculptures and workshops, who wanted to save works to which he devoted a good number of his life in a museum. However, the museum was not built during his lifetime, but much longer afterwards. His project was carried out, thanks to the tenacity of his wife and his wife who wanted at all costs to realize the dream of their beloved.
But what to see in this Museum ?
In this museum, you will be taken on a tour of Bourdelle's apartment, since this is the place where he lived and produced his various works. Thereafter, you will discover the sculpture workshop, where his works, which are all of incomparable beauty, are still stored. But that's not all, you will also have the opportunity to see its gardens, inside and on the street. What is more, they are abundantly filled with the most famous Bourdelle bronzes. Indeed, you could admire his most exceptional works, namely the 4 figures of Monument to General Alvear, Adam, Pénélope and much more. But the tour does not end there, you will also visit the Great Hall where large plaster sculptures, such as the Head of Apollo, or Sapho and many others are stored.
Transfer by car from Paris center to Montparnasse train station
To reach Montparnasse station by private shuttle from the center of the capital, take Avenue Victoria, then join rue Saint-Martin and continue for 70 m. Then, you will have to continue straight ahead before reaching the Notre-Dame bridge and continue straight on Rue de la Cité. The rest of the journey will lead to the place du petit Pont before turning right to reach rue Soufflot. The journey will continue straight on towards Place Edmond Rostand, before turning left onto rue de Médicis, where you will have to continue for 100 m before reaching boulevard Saint-Michel. When you arrive at Avenue de l'Observatoire, you will have to continue straight on and join Avenue de l'Observatoire. Then, turn right on Boulevard du Montparnasse and continue straight on Place du 18 Juin 1940 for 3.6 km. You will have to turn left on Rue de l'Arrivée for 300 m before continuing straight on Boulevard de Vaugirard. Turn left on Boulevard de Vaugirard and continue for 100 m to reach the pedestrian zone of Montparnasse station.