Car parks near Plaça Sant Jaume

14 Car parks found
    1. Closer

    Laietana Princesa

    Covered (2m)
    4 min (237m)
    Price for 1 hour

    SABA Catedral

    Covered (2m)
    4 min (264m)
    Price for 16 hours

    SABA BAMSA Francesc Cambó

    Covered (2m)
    5 min (319m)
    Price for 16 hours

    La Rambla - Boquería

    Covered (1.5m)
    6 min (367m)
    Price for 1 hour

    Parking Ciutat Vella

    Covered (1.95m)
    8 min (452m)
    Price for 1 hour

    Edén

    Covered (2.1m)
    8 min (506m)
    Price for 1 hour

    NN Palau de la Música

    Covered (1.8m)
    9 min (569m)
    Price for 1 day

    BSM La Boquería

    Covered (2.2m)
    10 min (594m)
    Price for 3 hours

    NN Bonsuccés

    Covered (1.8m)
    10 min (614m)
    Price for 1 day

    SABA BAMSA Plaça Catalunya

    Covered (2m)
    11 min (650m)
    Price for 16 hours
    1. Cheaper

    Parkmestres - K+K Picasso

    Covered (2.2m)
    12 min (706m)
    Parclick price 1 hour
    2,70

    SABA BAMSA Illa Raval

    Covered (2.2m)
    12 min (708m)
    Price for 16 hours

    SABA BAMSA Plaça dels Àngels

    Covered (2m)
    12 min (728m)
    Price for 16 hours

    BSM Moll de la Fusta

    Covered (1.95m)
    12 min (723m)
    Price for 3 hours

Where to park in Plaça Sant Jaume

Plaça Sant Jaume is located in the heart of Barcelona’s Old City, in the Gothic Quarter. So as you may have guessed it, finding somewhere to park here isn’t easy. Barcelona’s on-street parking either falls into a blue or a green zone. But the problem is, the rules change depending on whether you’re a city resident or a visitor, and of course, depending on which zone you’re parked in. 

Luckily Parclick is here to help you out. Take a look at the map to see which car park suits you, for however long you want. 

Plaça Sant Jaume

In the heart of Barcelona’s heart

This charming square is located in the former Roman city called Barcino. But now the square gets its name from the Church. You’ll also be able to find the Government of Catalonia and Barcelona’s city hall, so if you’re into your politics, they’re definitely worth a visit.

The square is also the heart of the Feste Santa Eulalia, during this festival, you will see local resident build impressively high human towers, as well as a beautiful light show, which is projected onto the government buildings. 

This is a lively square, with a great vibes. You can also explore the rest of the city, we’re thinking Sagrada Familia and Las Ramblas by public transport - the metro Jaime I, which serves line 4. 

Points of interest near Plaça Sant Jaume in Barcelona

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