Despite San Polo being the smallest district of Venice, it is the one most packed with workshops and bacari, the typical venetian inns. If you want to park near San Polo, Parclick is just what you need! Book your parking space now and enjoy your stay without worries! San Polo overlooks directly onto the Grand Canal and is reached by public steamboats’ Line 1 & 2. Like the rest of Venice, getting around by car is impossible in San Polo due to its lack of roads, therefore if you’re arriving by car the best option is to park before you reach the tiny side-streets of the centre. Parclick recommends leaving your vehicle in Piazzale Roma or at Venezia Mestre, which is further away but very well connected by bus or train.
What to see in San Polo
San Polo’s most important area is undoubtedly Rialto, characterised by the Rialto Bridge that connects the two sides of Grand Canal, uniting the districts of San Polo and San Marco, and the Church of San Giacomo di Rialto. Another attraction of Rialto is its typical fish and vegetable market. Another characteristic place in the district is the Church of San Polo, an abbreviation of Saint Paul the Apostle, whose name the district’s derives from. In the Church of San Polo there are some paintings by Tintoretto. Do not miss also Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, Venice’s largest Basilica, the Church of San Rocco, and the renaissance building of Palazzo dei Camerlenghi. If you move about San Polo, you can’t avoid taking a snapshot of the house where Carlo Goldoni was born in 1707, today housing the Goldoni Museum and centre for theatrical studies. Parclick helps you find a parking space near San Polo, that’s also near the city centre so you can move around on foot without any trouble! And Parclick also gives you the possibility to book it in advance with a simple click, so that you can park as soon as you arrive. Check the maps now and choose the best spot near San Polo, as recommended by Parclick!