The Gare de Bercy is a railway station and terminus in Paris, France, run by the SNCF. It specialises in “auto-trains”, which transport traveller's vehicles, such as cars, motorbikes, scooters and so on, and to another such station. After an important restoration, it has become, since July 2002, the seventh largest Parisian station, by accommodating the four daily sleeper trains between Paris and Italy.
Transportation - Rail
The station was previously designed for sleeper trains, as it allowed passengers to travel with their car in the same train. This is not generally possible at any of the other Parisian terminal stations, which were never adapted to this purpose.