Photo de la coupole : saint Vincent de Paul au pied du Christ. Paroisse Saint-Vincent-de-Paul, 5 rue de Belzunce, 75010 Paris, 01 48 78 47 47. Paroisse Saint-Vincent-de-Paul
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Practical information

Contact details

Paroisse Saint-Vincent-de-Paul
5, rue de Belzunce
75010 Paris
Tel : 01 48 78 47 47 - Fax : 01 40 16 05 32
from abroad : +33 1 48 78 47 47
Email : paroisse.svp(chez)wanadoo.fr - Website : http://www.paroissesvp.fr

Mass times, church and reception opening times
Church entrances
Access by public transport
Access by car

Church entrances (green stickers on the map)

• Square Cavaillé-Coll
• opposite 17 rue Fénelon
• opposite 14 rue Bossuet
Unfortunately, there is no access for the disabled ; the main entrance on the Square Cavaillé-Coll has the most stairs.

Access by public transport

If you travel by metro, (yellow stickers), the nearest stations are :
- Gare du nord : lines 4 and 5, RER B and D
- Poissonnière : line 7
Further away (5-10mn) :
- Barbés-Rochechouart : lines 4 and 2
- Gare de l’Est : lines 4, 5 et 7

If you travel by bus, (pink stickers), the nearest stops are :
- Routes 30, 31, 54 and 56 : Magenta-Maubeuge (Gare du Nord)
- Routes 43 and 26 : place Franz Liszt
- Routes 42 and 48 : towards the Gare du Nord : place Franz Liszt, towards the centre of Paris : Magenta-Maubeuge

NB : if stairs are difficult for you, we advise you to avoid the Poissonnière metro station and the Franz Liszt bus stop.
More information is available on the RATP web site
If you wish to use a velib free bike, check the velib web site for the nearest service points.

Acces by car

Please take into account heavy traffic on Saturday, from lunchtime until early in the evening.
Exit the périphérique at the porte de Clignancourt, drive down the Ornano, Barbés and Magenta boulevards. At the place de Roubaix (near the Gare du nord) turn right into the narrow rue Saint-Vincent-de-Paul where you will see the back of the church.
However, because of the flea markets at weekends, it might be better to exit the périphérique at the porte de la Chapelle, drive down rues de la Chapelle, Marx Dormoy, la rue Doudeauville on the right, then turn left onto the boulevard Barbès, then Boulevard Magenta, place de Roubaix and turn right into the rue Saint-Vincent-de-Paul.
The nearest cark parks are at the Gare du Nord and place Franz Liszt.

Last update of this page lundi 14 décembre 2009
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