113 Car parks found
    1. Closer

    SABA Villa Borghese

    Covered (2.1m)
    7 min (392m)

    MUOVIAMO Pinciano

    Covered (3m)
    11 min (644m)

    MUOVIAMO Sardegna

    Covered (2.2m)
    11 min (644m)

    MUOVIAMO Veneto

    Covered (2.2m)
    11 min (648m)

    MUOVIAMO Abruzzi

    Covered (2.1m)
    13 min (775m)

    Garage Bertollini

    Covered (3.2m)
    16 min (937m)

    Parioli Parking

    Covered (2.4m)
    16 min (946m)

    Garage Parioli

    Covered (2.8m)
    17 min (1.0km)

    Luciani Parking - Parioli

    Covered (2.15m)
    19 min (1.1km)

    Parking Colonna

    Covered (2.1m)
    23 min (1.4km)

    Parking Esedra - Roma Termini

    Covered (2.7m)
    23 min (1.4km)

    Parking Parioli - Via Archimede

    Covered (2.5m)
    25 min (1.5km)

    MONDIAL Macro

    Covered (2m)
    25 min (1.5km)

    MUOVIAMO Parioli

    Covered (2m)
    27 min (1.6km)

    MUOVIAMO Roma Termini

    Covered (3m)
    27 min (1.6km)

    Royal Parking - Stazione di Roma Termini

    Covered (1.74m)
    29 min (1.8km)

    Service Parking - Flaminio

    Covered (2.4m)
    31 min (1.9km)

    Parking Sant'Agata

    32 min (1.9km)

    MUOVIAMO - Car Valet - Stazione Termini

    Outdoor (3m)
    34 min (2.0km)

    Garage Termini

    Covered (3m)
    35 min (2.1km)

Where to park in Villa Borghese

In the heart of Rome is one of the most famous gardens in Italy, and probably in the whole world. If you've already been there, we're sure you probably can't wait to walk around the big park of Villa Borghese again! However, if this is your first time in Rome, we can bet that Villa Borghese will occupy an important place on the list of places to see before you leave.

With nearly 80 hectares, Villa Borghese is one of the main public parks of the city of Rome, which extends (largely) to the district of Pinciano, north of the historic centre of the city. This may seem like an advantage in order to get to the historical centre quickly, but…have you thought about how you are going to park in the centre of Rome?

Think about it: a famous park in the centre of Rome that everyone wants to visit…This is, without a doubt, a magnet for traffic and a direct cause for not finding a parking space for your car. But, fortunately, there is a way to get to Rome with an advantage over the rest of the visitors. Making your online reservation with Parclick you will find car parks near Villa Borghese, so close that you only have to take a few steps to get to the entrance. But of course, once you're sure you're going to reserve your parking space, it's time to decide which car park you're going to leave your car in. If you want some advice, the best options are: the SABA Villa Borghese car park, the MUOVIAMO Pinciano car park, the MUOVIAMO Sardegna, the MUOVIAMO Veneto and the MUOVIAMO Abruzzi car parks, it's time to decide!

With your reservation you will be able to park without wasting any time, but the only thing you should bear in mind is which way to get to Villa Borghese. A few metres from the car park is the border of the ZTL (Rome's Limited Traffic Zone), so in order not to get a ticket as a souvenir of your trip, we recommend you go to the Villa Borghese park on Via Pinciana, Corso d'Italia or Via del Muro Torto.

The car parks in Rome that you can find with Parclick offer prices that you will not want to miss, as they are often low cost parking options that give you the possibility to visit the surrounding area with a pleasant walk. Don't miss the Basilica of Santa Maria del Popolo, the architectural complex of Villa Medici, Via del Babuino street and the Pincian Hill, where you can enjoy an incredible panoramic view of the city of Rome. In short, an ideal place to take a selfie and share it with your followers!

Villa Borghese

A monumental park

In the green areas of the Villa Borghese park you will find typical Italian gardens that imitate the English style of gardening, as well as numerous ponds and fountains that decorate it.

Obviously you are already imagining yourself going for a walk or a bike ride on the footpaths of Villa Borghese, but as well as all the nature, you have to know that inside the Villa Borghese park there are also museums! The most emblematic is the Borghese Gallery, which houses numerous sculptures by Bernini and is considered one of the most important museums in Rome. But we cannot forget the Museo Carlo Bilotti (previously the Museo de l’Aranciera), the Temple of Aesculapius and the Globe Theater Roma, which has a great programme of plays by Shakespeare.

Behind the Villa Borghese Park is the Bioparco di Roma, which has a zoo and the Museo Civico di Zoologia.

If you are not a fan of walking, you should know that the park offers a bicycle rental service for its visitors. Ideal for adults and children, Villa Borghese is one of the most popular places in Rome, where it is worthwhile to stroll and enjoy nature.

If you've realised how easy it is to take public transport in Rome when your car is parked in a nice guarded car park, we want to take the opportunity to tell you more about this: Villa Borghese is well connected to the most important points of the city, thanks to the tram lines 2,3 and 19 (and the suburban line A). Some of these points are the Roma Termini railway station, the Vatican, the Archbasilica of St. John Lateran, the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma and there are many other places to visit too.

Forget all your worries, take your bike and explore the monumental park of Villa Borghese, and don't forget to book your parking space in the centre of Rome with Parclick!

Points of interest near Villa Borghese in Rome

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