Car parks near Rome

20 Car parks found
    Esquilino
    1. Closer
    2. Cheaper

    Esquilino

    Covered (2m)
    7 min (437m)
    Price for 1 hour
    Autorimessa Castro Pretorio

    Autorimessa Castro Pretorio

    Covered (3m)
    9 min (553m)
    Price for 1 hour
    MUOVIAMO - Car Valet - Stazione Termini

    MUOVIAMO - Car Valet - Stazione Termini

    Outdoor (3m)
    13 min (773m)
    Price for 12 hours
    Royal - Stazione di Roma Termini

    Royal - Stazione di Roma Termini

    Covered (1.56m)
    15 min (890m)
    Price for 1 hour
    MUOVIAMO Roma Termini

    MUOVIAMO Roma Termini

    Covered (3m)
    20 min (1.2km)
    Price for 1 hour
    Ippocrate

    Ippocrate

    Covered (3.5m)
    21 min (1.3km)
    Price for 1 day
    Parking Esedra - Roma Termini

    Parking Esedra - Roma Termini

    Covered (2.7m)
    24 min (1.4km)
    Price for 1 hour
    Parking delle Provincie SNC

    Parking delle Provincie SNC

    Covered (2.5m)
    24 min (1.5km)
    Price for 1 hour
    Pigneto
    1. Cheaper

    Pigneto

    Covered (2m)
    25 min (1.5km)
    Price for 1 hour
    Park Service Colosseum

    Park Service Colosseum

    Covered (3m)
    28 min (1.7km)
    Price for 1 hour
    Appio

    Appio

    Covered (3m)
    28 min (1.7km)
    Price for 12 hours
    MONDIAL Macro

    MONDIAL Macro

    Covered (2m)
    29 min (1.7km)
    Price for 1 hour
    MUOVIAMO Parioli

    MUOVIAMO Parioli

    Covered (2m)
    29 min (1.8km)
    Price for 3 hours
    Park Colosseo

    Park Colosseo

    Covered (3m)
    30 min (1.8km)
    Price for 2 hours
    Parking Sant'Agata

    Parking Sant'Agata

    Covered
    31 min (1.8km)
    Price for 1 hour
    MUOVIAMO Abruzzi

    MUOVIAMO Abruzzi

    Covered (2.1m)
    31 min (1.9km)
    Price for 1 hour
    Supergarage Metronio

    Supergarage Metronio

    Covered (5m)
    32 min (1.9km)
    Price for 1 day
    Effemme 64.68

    Effemme 64.68

    Covered (2.5m)
    32 min (1.9km)
    Price for 1 hour
    Garage Tiburtina - Via Lorenzo il Magnifico

    Garage Tiburtina - Via Lorenzo il Magnifico

    Covered (3m)
    33 min (2.0km)
    Price for 2 hours
    MUOVIAMO Sardegna

    MUOVIAMO Sardegna

    Covered (2.2m)
    33 min (2.0km)
    Price for 1 hour

Where to park in Rome

Where can I park my car in Rome?

Rome, the Eternal City, the Capital of the World… The name may change, but not the fact that the Italian capital is a magical city with irresistible charm! The thousands of tourists who visit Rome every year know this well. But if there’s one thing they might not know, it’s that not everything in Rome is all roses… Especially the driving and parking. If you plan on driving and parking in Rome, we recommend reading some information about how to get around and park in Rome which you can find by continuing to read down below !

With 3 million inhabitants, it’s the largest city in Italy and it hardly needs to be said that its origins are thousands of years old. Once the cradle of Latin civilization and the capital of the Roman Empire, founded in 753 B.C, Rome has plenty to offer from a historical, artistic, and cultural point of view!

Parclick offers multiple car parks in different strategic places in Rome such as various districts, hotels, museums, airports, train & bus stations and other points of interest. With Parclick, enjoy discounts up to 70% on parking prices and secure parkings with 24-hour surveillance systems. Check out parkings in the center of Rome below!

You’re in luck, these three parkings have special offers !

  • Park Colosseo Car Park: Weekend pass 70 euros for Friday at 14:00pm to Monday at 9:00am.

  • Park Service Colosseum Car Park: Day pass at 15 euros for 8:00 am to 13:00 pm; Night pass at 28 euros for 18:00pm to 9:00 am; Weekend pass at pass at 56 euros for Friday at 14:00pm to Monday at 9:00am.

  • Parking Sant'Agata:  Evening pass at 20 euros for; Day pass at 30 euros 6:30 am to 18:00 pm; Night pass at 30 euros for 18:00pm to 6:30 am ; Weekend pass at 90 euros for Friday at 14:00pm to Monday at 9:00am. 

Cheap parkings a bit further away:

  • MONDIAL Laparelli Car Park: Some of its prices are: 1 euro / 1 hour; 6 euros / 6 hours; 12 euros / 1 day

  • Esquilino Car Park: Some of its prices are: 2 euros / 1 hour; 12 euros / 6 hours; 16 euros / 1 day

  • Pigneto Car Park: Some of its prices are: 2 euros / 1 hour; 12 euros / 6 hours; 20 euros / 1 day

  • We could go on and on in this list, but check them out using our web search engine filtering by price or distance!

Travelling from Rome? The only good reason to leave a wonderful city like Rome is if you’re planning a trip to another place! In that case, what you need is a good, monitored car park in Rome where you can leave your car before catching a plane, train… or even a boat! 

Parking near Rome’s airports

Parking near Rome's train stations

Parking near the Civitavecchia Port

Probably the only thing Rome doesn’t have is the sea! But in nearby Civitavecchia, located about 80 km from the capital, is one the largest ports of the whole peninsula, from which many cruises depart. So if you want to take a boat “from Rome”, what you need is to book a car park at the Civitavecchia Port!

Can Tourists drive in Rome?

Driving conditions are affected by the heavy traffic in Rome but also by different pedestrian areas, and most of all, by the Rome Limited Traffic Zones (ZTL). These are areas where traffic and parking are prohibited or limited at certain times of day or in the event of high levels of pollution.

Entering one of the ZTL of Rome without permission really only has one outcome, and a rather tragic one at that: a fine. But we want to help you avoid that!

Where is the ZTL in Rome?

Below, you will find all the ZTL that you could come across during your stay in Rome:

  • Fascia Verde di Roma

  • Anello Ferroviario di Roma

  • ZTL del Centro Storico di Roma

  • ZTL Tridente

  • ZTL Trastevere

  • ZTL San Lorenzo

  • ZTL Testaccio

To find out more about timetables and who can drive within the ZTL, be sure to check out our guide to ZTL in Rome

Is there free parking in Rome?

Now that you know how to move deftly through the streets of the Italian capital, all that remains to be seen is where to park, and, if possible, how to avoid fines and mind-boggling rates while doing so. In general, street parking in Rome is only free for certain people, including local residents or people with electric cars. The rest of us have to keep an eye out for the color of the lines on the street. 

  • Blue lines: These are the most common in the city, but unfortunately parking in these areas is only free on Sundays, holidays, and weeknights. You could also park there from Monday to Saturday, from 8:00 a.m. until 7:00 or 8:00 p.m. (depending on the neighborhood), but for a fee of course.

  • White lines: Like the unicorns of parking spaces, the white areas are rare, so consider yourself lucky if you find a spot within them! The good news? This area of parking in Rome is free… but only for a maximum of 3 hours! There has to be a catch right?

  • Yellow lines: These areas are free for people with disabilities.

  • Pink Lines: These areas are reserved for pregnant women and new mothers to be able to park easier.

Now that you know all about paying parkings in Rome, find cheap parkings in Rome, by the hour, day or even month, with up to 70% discounts thanks to Parclick! At the airport, near a museum, or the city center, or other place of interest, you may enter in our web search engine the location you wish to park in and choose the best parking we have to offer, looking at customer reviews and the services offered. 

Is parking free in Rome on Sunday?

Good news, parking in blue areas is free on Sundays and public holidays!

How do you pay for parking in Rome?

  • Through the parking meter machine, paying by cash/coins and introducing the amount of time you would be using the parking (being careful as to the maximum time you are allowed to be parked according to the color of the parking area you are in!).

  • Through the “scratch and paper” method: this is not the most common method but in certain kiosks, you are handed a paper where you may scratch the time you need to park and then display it in your car. 

A great alternative to looking for street parking in Rome is to book a parking space in Rome online! In fact, there are several advantages to booking with Parclick!

First of all, you can consult and compare the rates and special offers of our car parks in the center of Rome in advance. Then simply choose the one you prefer and book with a few clicks.

Our car parks in Rome are also covered, monitored, and guarantee an available parking space upon your arrival! That way you won’t waste time on stressful searches and you’ll be able to enjoy every minute of your trip to Rome, visiting the city on foot or traveling via public transportation.

In addition to being able to book a parking space for a few hours or several days, with Parclick you can also rent a parking space in Rome so you can leave your car parked safely day after day, month after month. We offer you monthly 24-hour passes, which let you access your rented garage at any time, or if you need a garage at specific times of the day, you can choose between a monthly day pass or monthly night pass.

The important thing is that the parking space you booked is always guaranteed to be available!

Check out our offers to rent parking spaces in Rome, and if you don't find what you’re looking for, call us! We’re at your disposal and want to offer you the best option to park wherever you want.

How do you get around in Rome?

Rich with sights to see, visiting the ones outside of the historic city center might require a long, long (seriously loooong) walk. The solution? Visit Rome via public transportation!

The capital has the following public transit options:

  • 3 metro lines: 

    • Linea A (Battistini – Anagnina)

    • Linea B and B1 (Laurentina – Rebibbia/Jonio)

  • 8 train lines, which not only run throughout the city, but to other regional cities and places in the province of Rome.

  • More than 400 lines of city buses, trams, and streetcars.

So even reaching Rome’s furthest districts shouldn’t be a problem. :)

How do you get around in Rome?

After leaving your car safely in a monitored car park, you can finally begin visiting this magnificent city. And you’ll soon realize just how great—and BIG—Rome is! Rich with sights to see, visiting the ones outside of the historic city center might require a long, long (seriously loooong) walk. The solution? Visit Rome via public transportation!

The capital has the following public transit options:

  • 3 metro lines:

    • Linea A (Battistini – Anagnina)

    • Linea B and B1 (Laurentina – Rebibbia/Jonio)

    • Linea C (San Giovanni – Monte Compatri)

  • 8 train lines, which not only run throughout the city, but to other regional cities and places in the province of Rome.

  • More than 400 lines of city buses, trams, and streetcars.

So even reaching Rome’s furthest districts shouldn’t be a problem. :)

What should I see in Rome?

There are many things you should not miss in Rome! 

Main monuments

The historic center of Rome, bordered by the Aurelian walls and almost 3,000 years old, has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and it’s easy to see why. With countless treasures, from historic monuments to archaeological sites, from beautiful squares to impressive basilicas—most of which are decorated by some of the greatest artists of all time, including Michelangelo and Raphael, you won’t run out of things to see in this city.

Main Basilicas

Our list of the most beautiful basilicas:

  • Basilica of San Giovanni Laterano, which is also the Cathedral of Rome

  • Basilica of Santa Maria del Popolo

  • Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore

  • Basilica of San Pietro in Vincoli 

  • Basilica of San Paolo Fuori le Mura

  • Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere

Main Museums

  • Galleria Borghese, immersed in the greenery of the famous park of Villa Borghese 

  • National Gallery of Modern Art

  • Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Palace of Exhibitions)

  • Capitoline Museums

  • National Roman Museum

  • MAXXI - National Museum of Arts of the XXI Century

  • MACRO - National Museum of Modern Art

  • Barberini Palace

And so many others! Because let's face it, Rome is practically an open-air museum. :)

Main theatres 

From a city that gave birth to actresses of the caliber of Sophia Loren and Isabella Rossellini (daughter of Ingrid Bergman), it’s normal to expect a rich offering of theatres, and the following do not disappoint:

  • Rome Opera House

  • Sistine Theatre

  • Teatro Eliseo

  • Parioli Theatre

  • Euclid Theatre

  • Olympic Theatre

  • Ambra Jovinelli Theatre

  • Quirino Theatre - Vittorio Gassman

  • Palladium Theatre

  • Argentina Theatre

  • India Theatre

Visiting Vatican City

Are we forgetting anything? Yes indeed! We can’t talk about Rome without mentioning the Vatican! Well, technically Vatican City. Did you know it is its own independent state within Rome, ruled by the Pope? It might be the world’s smallest state, but if you think you can see everything in a few hours, it's time to change your mind and change into some comfortable shoes. Read on to see everything you can visit in Vatican City!

  • St. Peter’s Basilica: The heart of the Vatican and the largest church in the world, this famous basilica is surrounded by semicircles of columns, marking the edges of St. Peter’s Square.  

  • Vatican Museum: You could spend hours walking through here, admiring the seemingly endless works of art, saying nothing but “oooh” and “aaahhh” the whole time!

  • Sistine Chapel: Probably what most people think of and come to visit, you can reach the famous chapel at the end of the Vatican Museum tour and finally contemplate Michelangelo’s awe-inspiring work in person, from the amazing altar piece, Last Judgment, to his illustrious The Creation of Adam.

  • Papal Palace of Castel Gandolfo: One of the Pope’s residences, this palace also houses a museum exhibition that recounts more than 500 years of history of the different Popes.

So we’ve talked about places and monuments to visit, but there is still so much more to see and do in Rome! Are you starting to think you haven’t taken enough vacation days? :)

You definitely can’t leave the capital without walking along the characteristic narrow streets of the Trastevere district, taking a picture on the Milvio Bridge, going shopping on the city’s most elegant streets (head over to Via Vitorrio Veneto and Via del Babuino), watching a football match at Olympic Stadium, or visiting the Porta Portese market.

If you’re looking for even more ideas for your visit to Rome, you can always read our tips on what to do in Rome in one day!

In any case, thanks to Parclick you’ll always have parking available in the center of Rome. Whether you prefer to park near the Colosseum, park near Villa Borghese, or even park near the Vatican, we have the perfect places for you, and you can book your parking space with just one click!

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