Car parks near the Vatican

The Vatican City is an independent city-state in the capital of Italy, Rome. The Vatican City is home to the largest amount of art works in the world! Since you are in Rome, Vatican City is an unmissable sight, whether for religious purposes or not, its incredible artistic heritage is really worth a visit.

However, you will not be able to enter the Vatican City by car, so you will need to find a secure car park in Rome to reach the Vatican on foot or via public transport. As you can imagine, Rome is a capital that is full of tourists at any time of the year.

There are two options when trying to find a place to park before visiting the Vatican City:

- You can throw yourself into the wave of tourists and hope to find free parking space near the Vatican.

- Otherwise, Parclick offers you a better alternative: book your cheap parking space in Rome online to reach the Vatican and visit the city's must-see places.

If you leave your car parked in Rome, you should know that the Vatican is very well served by public transport. You can leave your vehicle near your hotel and then easily travel by tram line 19, or by the following bus lines: 23, 32, 34, 46, 49, 64, 81, 98 and 492.

Near the Vatican, you will also find the Cipro and Ottaviano metro stations on line A. You can use this metro line to reach the historic centre of the capital, as well as most of the points of interest in Rome.

The Vatican

The world's smallest sovereign state

The Vatican State is an absolute monarchy where Pope is sovereign. Every day, hundreds of thousands of people, pilgrims and tourists, visit the Vatican to discover the wonders that have been preserved all this time.

In the heart of the city, you will find the famous Piazza San Pietro, St Peter's Square, where you can admire the largest papal basilica in Rome: St Peter's Basilica which is located in the centre of the square. Many palaces and religious buildings are open to visitors if you’re interested, such as the Apostolic Palace, the Vatican Library, the Chiesa di Santa Maria Regina della Famiglia Church, and the Santo Stefano degli Abissini Church. We haven’t forgotten to mention the splendid Vatican gardens of course!

Remember to buy your tickets in advance to visit the Vatican museums. Its art collection, the Sistine Chapel and Michelangelo's famous fresco will not fail to take your breath away.

Fun fact: within the city of Rome, several extraterritorial places are under the jurisdiction of the Holy See, although they are on Italian territory. We are talking about papal basilicas and you can see the Basilica of Saint John Lateran, the Basilica of Saint Mary Major or the Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls.

Now you really know everything about the Vatican and you have all the information you need to have for a dream stay in Rome. All you have to do now is book your parking space near the Vatican City on Parclick and you’ll be good to go!