About Florence train station parking
Florence Santa Maria Novella is used by 59 million people every year and is one of the busiest in Italy – so it can be tricky to find a parking space at the train station.
With ParkVia, you can secure a parking space at Santa Maria Novella train station in-advance, and arrive at the train station with the peace of mind that you won’t struggle to find a space, or end up spending a fortune on the day.
With parking spaces located just a few minutes from the station, you can easily reach it by walking. Simply put in the dates you’d like to park, and pick the best option for you.
What our customers say about parking at Florence S.M. Novella Station.
Rated 4.91 out of 5 based on 405 reviews from customers that booked at Florence S.M. Novella Station Airport with us.
31 December 2019
È stato tutto perfetto.
17 July 2019
Great parking in Florence!
16 July 2019
Could not have asked for more. A great service all round.
05 July 2019
Initially ended up going to the wrong carpark but they instantly sent us the correct address once we messaged. Very clean and friendly. More than worth the money!
02 June 2019
Piccolo appunto: non mi era stato comunicato che la vettura non sarebbe rimasta nel parcheggio, ma spostata altrove. Nessun problema, ma ritengo opportuno che il cliente lo sappia
31 May 2019
21 May 2019
Possibly just adding a sign at entry door with the Park his name and also a nite saying your organised driver will meet you here, and possibly a phone numbs in case your early!
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- 15 min to airport
- Insured Car Park
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- Height Restriction
- Shuttle Bus
- Meet and Greet
- No Pre-Payment
- 24 Hour
- Anti-Covid Measures
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Florence Santa Maria Novella station parking information
Situated in the centre of Florence, the station is conveniently located close to the major tourist attractions and buses that serve the rest of the city. The station itself is one of the key works of Italian modernism, designed by the great architect Giovanni Michelucci in 1932.
There are 19 platforms at the station, as well as shops, restaurants, a tourism office, a passenger lounge, a currency exchange desk, left luggage facilities and a post office.
It is at the northern end of the Florence to Rome high-speed line, and at the southern end of the Bologna to Florence high-speed line. Other regional trains also use the station for lines to Pisa, Livorno, Viareggio and Faenza.