If you intend to arrive in Venice by car, there are several options where you can park and enjoy your stay in the city without any worries.
As everyone knows, Venice is built on water and does not allow cars to access it except up to Piazzale Roma. In this area, buses also stop to reach nearby Mestre, Venice and Treviso Airport, the city of Padua, Cortina and other smaller towns.
And it is right here, in Piazzale Roma, that you will find a number of both private and public car parks where you can leave your car. Let’s see together all the solutions for parking in Venice.
Garage San Marco: parking in Venice without worries
Very central covered parking, with 900 spaces for cars and motorbikes, with video surveillance. You can book your parking directly online, before arriving in Venice, directly through the official website. If you are traveling in an electric car, recharging stations are available in the car park and you can also request a tyre pressure check.
If you stay at the Hotel Guglie, you will also be entitled to a 10% discount on your car park if you choose to park it here.
Tronchetto Parking: a bit further away, but there is almost always space
Another car park in Venice is Tronchetto Parking, a few minutes away from Piazzale Roma. From here, to reach Venice more easily with your luggage, we suggest you take the People Mover, the elevated train that will take you directly to Piazzale Roma. Otherwise, you can also take the vaporetto line 2 directly and get off at the Stazione stop; from there it is only a few minutes walk to our hotel.
Autorimessa Comunale AVP: Venice’s largest car park
With over 2000 spaces for cars and 300 spaces for motorbikes, the Autorimessa Comunale is certainly the largest covered car park in Venice. The car park is open 24 hours a day and is equipped with around 200 cameras. You can book a place for your car through the CityCard VeneziaUnica and also get a 10% discount.
These are the three most practical and convenient solutions for parking in Venice, intending to stay a few days in the city and discover all its beauties.
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