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SABA Villa Borghese Car Park

Viale del Galoppatoio, 33
About the car park
This car park is located outside the ZTL (limited traffic zone). The car park has two entrances: - Viale del Galoppatoio, 33 - Viale del Muro Torto The SABA Villa Borghese car park is perfect if you want to park in the centre of Rome, as it is practically inside the well-known Villa Borghese Park, which is pedestrianised and connected to the Piazza di Spagna square and Via del Babuino and Vittorio Veneto streets. Open and with 24-hour video surveillance, the SABA Villa Borghese car park is just a few steps from Rome's main points of interest, such as Pincian Hill, Piazza del Popolo square, Piazza di Spagna square, the Villa Medici architectural complex, the church of Trinità dei Monti...All this within a 5-minute walk from the car park! If this is your first time touring the streets of Rome, we are sure you will want to visit the Trevi Fountain. You park, take a 15-minute walk and toss a coin at the famous fountain, which is now a tradition for all the city's tourists. If you're not sure how to get around the Italian capital by car, there's nothing to be afraid of with the Villa Borghese car park. The car park is located right on the border with the ZTL (Zone of Limited Traffic) in the centre of Rome, a perfect position to be next to the centre without having to worry about getting authorization to drive and thus avoiding a possible fine. To get to the car park: go to Viale del Galoppatoio street (parallel to Via del Muro Torto street) via Corso d'Italia street or through Via Pinciana street. This is essential, because if you enter through another street you can accidentally enter the ZTL, and we don't want you to get a fine during your trip ;) Once you have arrived safely thanks to our instructions, leave your car and (after visiting the Villa Borghese Park, of course) move around the centre of Rome comfortably on foot or by public transport. Parking outside of the ZTL in Rome will be an advantage to be taken into account, as in Piazza di Spagna square, a nearby point of interest, is the metro station on Line A, with which you can reach all corners of the city, including Rome Termini Station and the Vatican City. All this with the peace of mind of having left your vehicle in a safe place. We can't forget the most important thing. With this car park in the centre of Rome, you can spend a relaxing day strolling through the monumental Villa Borghese Park and enjoying the Galleria Borghese art gallery, La Casina di Raffaello toy library, the Piazza di Siena square, the Temple of Aesculapius and the many museums, such as the Casa del Cinema or the Museo Carlo Bilotti of Contemporary Art. Just behind the Villa Borghese Park is the Bioparco di Roma zoological park, an ideal place for a day out with the family, and especially for the little ones. With the SABA Villa Borghese car park, parking in the centre of Rome is no longer a problem. There's only one thing left for us to tell you: you're welcome ;)Read less
Car park hours
Open 24 hours a day
How to enter?

During the purchasing process, select the date you plan to arrive. After making the online payment you will receive a voucher via email with you reservation code.

On the date of your reservation, enter the parking lot as usual, take a ticket at the entrance and park in a spot highlighted as reserved.

Once you're out of the car, approach the control booth with the Parclick voucher and the ticket you took. Our staff there will check your reservation using the reservation code, and will give you a card that will allow you out.

If there is no personnel in the control booth, or the control booth is already closed when you get there, do not worry: You can come back another time during your stay within the opening hours of the control booth to validate your reservation. In case you need to leave and you cannot validate your reservation yet, use the intercom located on any ATM within the car park to contact our Remote Service Centre: Once you provide the locator code of your reservation we will help you out.

Car park entrance

Viale del Galoppatoio, 33

What our customers say
Based on 58 opinions


I wish the lighting inside was a bit less dark. I parked close to a Ferrari so at least my car was safe. staff did not really speak English, but they helped me none the less with retrieving my reservation. the description I read in this app was accurate.Read less


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