The prestigious area around Tour Montparnasse, which faces Gare Montparnasse is a historical and important transportation hub in Paris, surrounded by restaurants, offices and recreational facilities. Now, Gare Montparnasse operates underneath Jardin Atlantique, which is the site of Musée Jean Moulin.
Visitors can use Gare Montparnasse to reach destinations in the west and southwest of France, including Nantes, Tours, Rennes and Bordeaux. The station has a high speed moving walkway, and there are bus and Metro connections to downtown Paris. The interior is thoroughly modern and automated. Much of the formerly open rail yard has been covered over by a building bearing offices and gardens. The main hall is decorated with op-art by Victor Vasarely. The station also holds a chapel dedicated to Saint Bernard, in which a railroad tie is part of the lectern.
Address:Place Raoul-Dautry, 75015, Montparnasse, Paris, France