Place du Ralliement
On the 28th of February from 01:30 to 02:30 am
The Place du Ralliement is one of the must-sees of the city of Angers. When you visit, choose Onepark to find a parking space that meets your needs.
The Place du Ralliement is located in the city center of Angers. Having become exclusively pedestrian since 2010, it sometimes serves as a meeting place and various events.
The name Place du Ralliement was adopted on April 23, 1791. Before that date, it was given various names: place of the Guillotine or place Saint-Maurille. The word "Rally" was chosen with reference to one of its main utilities. The population gathered there in fact for death sentences or for the rallying of conscripts and soldiers.
During the French Revolution, the tree of Liberty was planted on the Place du Ralliement. This event took place on February 24, 1793. From October 30, 1793 to October 15, 1794, the guillotine was also installed there.
Onepark ensures you a visit to the Place du Ralliement with complete peace of mind. This provider allows you to find a safe parking space and at a lower cost. Depending on the location you choose, the discount can be up to 60%.
Are you planning to visit the Place du Ralliement in Angers? Make a clean sweep of parking concerns by opting for the Onepark service. Book online or via the Onepark smartphone app to receive a email confirmation containing specific instructions regarding your parking space.