If you are planning to visit the wonderful city of Venice or you are taking a train from the station, at Garage San Marco Venice Santa Lucia Station you can leave your vehicle in safe hands and get on with enjoying your stay!
The car park has only under cover parking spaces and is open 24 hours. A team of 45 staff members is ready to welcome you and take care of your vehicle, whether it's a car or motorbike. Please, bear in mind that the multi-storey that contains the car park has a height limit of 2.20m.
Garage San Marco Venice Santa Lucia Station boasts many years of experience working in the car park industry. Reliability and efficiency are two of Garage San Marco's key qualities. A CCTV system means the car park is monitored 24 hours, and the multi-storey is covered against fire and theft. For security and insurance reasons, keys should be left at the car park.
Within a few minutes, and at no extra cost, it is possible to reach the centre of Venice or the train station. In fact, Garage San Marco Venice Santa Lucia Station is located in the central Piazzale Roma, a reference point for all those who arrive in town.
Please bear in mind that it is necessary to book 12 hours in advance.
Allora. Mai ricevuto conferma con numero prenotazione e indirizzo Pertanto ho pagato senza usufruire del servizio Se siete una azienda seria attendo il rimborso No comment per il resto Attendo vs risposta...
We did not use transfer service
The location plan on the website is wrong and misleading
Staff were reluctant that the amount had already been paid via internet. Not very friendly staff.
Tutto OK veramente , si è svolto in maniera rapida ,sicura la procedura di pernottamento e pagamento online. OK.
My husband is in a wheelchair so we took him to the hotel first not knowing if we would encounter any mobility problems. When my sister, 79 years old, and myself 70, returned for the luggage we were told only one of us could go upstairs to the car. We insisted we both go and they sent a man to watch us. It was pretty funny that we gave them the keys to a $25,000 car but they thought two old ladies were going to steal something from other cars when they have cameras. DUMB!