|Parking||Price for one day||Type of car park|
|Garage San Marco||42,49€||Covered|
|VenicePark by Blitz||153,49€||Covered|
|Venice Utility Park||52,49€||Covered|
You have finally decided to visit the famous city of Venice, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its unique location and artistic heritage, it’s a dream destination for tourists from all over the world, especially for the romantics. Whether you are only visiting for a few days, or you are planning a move long term, this guide will tell you everything you need to know about the city of Venice, particularly by giving you an insight into one of the most difficult things in this city, parking in Venice.
Let’s start with the basics. The city of Venice is unique and is made up of some territories situated on the mainland, such as the city of Mestre, as well as some island territories in the Venetian Lagoon.The heart of Venice, the historic center, lies in the lagoon and is formed by 118 small islands connected to Mestre on the mainland by an almost 4km stretch of bridge: the Liberty Bridge. As you can probably already guess from this little introduction (or by simply looking at the city on Google Maps), since it’s made up of so many little islands connected by bridges and canals, Venice is literally a city without streets! For this reason, we thought we’d give you a few pieces of advice if you’re planning a car trip to Venice. If you need information about how to get around Venice, and especially about where to leave your car when you want to go out and explore the city, we’re sure you’re going to want to read on!
The island of Venice is not the cheapest place to park your car due to an extreme shortage of parking on the island. A car park on the Venice Islands costs between €20-€30 per day. A cheaper option to park is to use a Park and Ride car park on the mainland, where there is more available parking. Some car parks on the mainland even include transport into Venice as part of its service, however there are many public transport links which you can take advantage of if you would like to save money. Whether you decide to park on the