Where are the car parks?
The nearest car parks are the Hippocrate and Esplanade parking areas. The Ideal and Mounier parking areas are a little further away.
The Hippocrate and Esplanade parking areas are private paying car parks independent of the Cliniques.
The Ideal car park is free for the first two hours. The Mounier parking area is free for the first four hours. For longer parking times, a charge of 5 euros applies. These two areas are some distance from the Cliniques (+/- 500 metres – see map)
There are also parking spaces along the highway.
Where are parking fees paid?
On leaving the Cliniques, on your right, you will find an automatic paying machine for the Hippocrate and Esplanade parking areas. Both coins and notes can be used.
Payment can also be made at the machine in the car park itself. Proton cards are accepted. You can top these up in the entrance hall to the Cliniques or on level -3.
Is there free parking for disabled people?
Disabled persons can park free of charge in the Hippocrate and Esplanade areas, which are private paying car parks independent of the Cliniques, see map, subject to the following conditions:
- They must hold a disabled person’s blue card.
- The cardholder must be coming for an appointment. Ask the department of your appointment to stamp the rear of your car park ticket.
Once these formalities are complete, exchange your ticket at the reception desk, and don’t forget to show your disabled person’s blue card. The number of tickets per day is limited, please go to reception once the formalities are completed.
Free parking is not available for disabled persons visiting family members in hospital or accompanying a relative to an appointment.