Located boulevard de Vaugirard, between the fourteenth and fifteenth arrondissement of Paris, Montparnasse station, fourth in terms of rail traffic in the capital, consists in reality of three stations. The Ocean door, the principal, faces the Montparnasse Tower (and to where was built the first station of that name, in the nineteenth century). It is reached by the Avenue du Maine, or by the subway. Pasteur station is south of the docks, while Vaugirard station to the south-west avenue Pasteur, only serves some suburban lines. Montparnasse station link historic union between Paris and Brittany, now serves different regions of western France, Lower Normandy to the Midi-Pyrénées, through the Centre and the Charente. Night trains linking Paris 15 even to Spain and Portugal, while the bulk of rail traffic is ensured by TER, the Intercity and the TGV Atlantique.
Historic sights and landmarks
Renovated in the 60s as part of a real estate project also including the Montparnasse Tower, Montparnasse railway station has been modernized in the 90s, is adorning a hanging garden, accessible from the station by a lift. The old station, called the West Station Left Bank, was built in 1840 and enlarged in 1852, and it is on its own docks had landed, in 1868, the Bienvenue engineer, which is tacked sometimes the surname to that of Montparnasse, as his arrival in Paris marked the memory of the capital ... and for good reason, since it is welcome that is causing the metro, with the invention of a first line connecting Montparnasse Montmartre! However, in 1895, the result of an as spectacular as deadly train accident lead, little by little, the municipality decided to close the station Left Bank in favor of a new, built in the art deco style on the sidewalk opposite and named Maine Gare Montparnasse station ... the future, a few details (and buildings and gardens) near!
Close to the Montparnasse train station in the fifteenth arrondissement, Baldi hotel offers all the comforts to its guests. Easily accessible from the railway station, the property is, however, a reasonable distance from the bustle of the docks and daily passenger flow! Connected to the Montparnasse train station by metro line 6, which is a path of a quarter of an hour, Hotel Baldi Paris 15 can also be reached by car or taxi in minutes by Pastor Boulevard. Quickly find a car to join the hotel from Montparnasse is not a problem, since a taxi rank and various rental agencies are present in the walls of the station. Finally, if your heart tells you and you're not too busy with your luggage, you can also walk the mile that separates Baldi Hotel Montparnasse station, up the boulevard Pasteur to boulevard Garibaldi in the 15th arrondissement!