About Parking in Pompei
Planning a trip to Pompei? It can be tricky to find a parking space at Pompei, so save yourself the trouble and book a parking space in advance with ParkVia.
Pompeii is 150 miles south of Rome, close to Naples. It’s easily accessible by car from Naples or surrounding towns like Sorrento and Positano. The drive includes some seriously beautiful scenery, with stunning sea views.
Rather than fight for a parking space when you arrive, save yourself time and money by simply booking one with ParkVia. Parking at Pompei can be very difficult, as it is a world famous archaeological site with over 2.5 million visitors every year arriving in cars and on tour buses.
Forget fighting for a space when you arrive - with spaces available just 50 metres away from the main entrance of the excavation, book one with ParkVia and it’ll start your visit to Pompei stress free.
What our customers say about parking at Pompei.
Rated 5 out of 5 based on 19 reviews from customers that booked at Pompei Airport with us.
22 June 2019
Ottimo in tutto
26 May 2019
I booked my parking online and easily parked in the lot. Pompei Parking Zeus is very clean and was a safe place to park.
15 April 2019
Excellent service exactly as described. Definitely use again. Thanks!
07 November 2018
29 August 2018
Quick, efficient, and Ray, staff very helpful.
09 August 2018
An exceptional location for the ruins!!
07 August 2018
Parking bien situé pour accéder au site Pompéi
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Pompei was an ancient Roman town which was mostly destroyed by an eruption from Mount Vesuvius in 79AD. Today it is a UNESCO World Heritage site, one of the most visited sites in Italy and one of the most visited archaeological sites in all the world! It’s an incredible insight into what life in ancient Rome was like, and walking through the preserved streets of the city is like going back in time. Don’t miss The Forum, the amphitheatre and the Temple of Jupiter.