Visiting Venice? If you’re travelling by car, avoid the stress of finding a parking space and book one in advance on ParkVia!
Piazzale Roma is a square at the entrance of the city, and is the only place accessible to cars, and the only place you can park in Venice. Parking is available in Venice 24/7, so no matter what time or what reason you need to park in Venice, you’ll find what you need. From open-air spaces to car parks that include free shuttle transfers, simply reserve your parking space, and start your trip to Venice stress-free.Enter the dates and times for when you want to park in Venice, and find out what’s available, compare the services and choose the parking space that suits you!
Rated 4.80 based on 621 Reviews
staff molto disponibile e attento (grazie per il ritrovamento veloce del portafoglio nella navetta di trasferimento)
Very good service!
Good and safe, very satisfied with the service
It could be more clear where to enter the carpark. Now we had to ask at the gas station.
Excellent service and friendly staff. Awesome job
Cristina was very helpful and informative. The attendant was very friendly and so was the shuttle driver. Great experience overall.
Great experience that simplified our visit to Venice. Would park here again!
Top service! Snel en vriendelijk!
Everything went smoothly. Just it was two lanes for daily and hourly parking. Waited in wrong queue as sign appeared only at the entry. Also tragic was quite intensive.
People who say Venetians are not friendly should come here. Fantastic people. No problem giving the the key of my car
These guys were awesome. Really helpful and made sure we knew exactly where and how we were to be picked up after our Venice visit. So easy. Very highly recommended.
People need to keep their receipts on their phone or printed out— mine was on my phone- there was trouble verifying it. I had to email it to prove I’d paid- if you don’t have a European phone, this could be difficult
Parking was secure but I wanted undercover not left out!
On our way up, the shuttle bus had to drop us at the train station, because the bridge to Venice was blocked. But for € 1,30 the train brings you in to Venice. The return trip was perfect, you give them a call, and the shuttle bus drops you off, by your car.
Venice is a city in north eastern Italy, and the capital of the Veneto region. It is situated across a group of 117 small islands that are separated by canals and linked by bridges. It has no roads, just canals – including the Grand Canal thoroughfare, lined with Renaissance and Gothic palaces.
The central square, Piazza San Marco, contains St. Mark’s Basilica, which is tile with Byzantine mosaics and the Campanile bell tower offering views of the city’s red roofs. Visiting Venice means marvelling at masterpieces, getting around in gondolas and relaxing with gelato – what could be better!