17 Car parks found
    1. Closer

    VenicePark by Blitz - Park + Water Taxi - Venezia Centro

    Covered (2.1m)
    31 min (1.8km)

    Garage San Marco - Porto di Venezia

    Covered (2.1m)
    31 min (1.8km)

    Autorimessa Comunale AVM - Porto di Venezia

    Covered (2.2m)
    32 min (1.9km)

    VenicePark by Blitz - Car Valet - Porto Tronchetto

    Covered (2.1m)
    45 min (2.7km)

    Marive - Parking+Ferry - Venezia Centro

    Outdoor (2.3m)
    +60 min (5.9km)
    Parclick price
    25 €

    Terminal Fusina

    Outdoor (7m)
    +60 min (6.8km)

    Venice Utility Park - Shuttle - Porto di Venezia - Coperto

    Covered (4.5m)
    +60 min (8.0km)

    AliPark Marco Polo - Shuttle - Aeroporto di Treviso

    Outdoor (2m)

    ALIPARK MarcoPolo - Shuttle Piazzale Roma

    Outdoor (2m)
    +60 min (9.5km)

    AliPark Marco Polo - Shuttle - Porto di Venezia

    Outdoor (2m)
    +60 min (9.5km)

    AliPark Marco Polo - Shuttle - Stazione di Venezia Mestre

    Outdoor (2m)
    +60 min (9.5km)

    AliPark Marco Polo - Shuttle - Aeroporto di Venezia

    Outdoor (2m)

    Ambasciatori e Delfino - Scoperto

    +60 min (9.6km)
    1. Cheaper

    Delfino Autorimessa

    Covered (2m)
    +60 min (9.6km)

    Sky Tower Suite - Coperto

    Covered (2m)
    +60 min (9.6km)

    Garage Europa - Stazione di Venezia Mestre

    Covered (2.3m)
    +60 min (9.7km)

    SABA Stazione di Venezia Mestre

    Covered (2.05m)
    +60 min (9.9km)

Where to park in Doge's Palace

Palazzo Ducale (Doge's Palace) is an iconic symbol of Venice, situated in the San Marco district, next to Basilica di San Marco (St Mark's Basilica) in the heart of the city, located in the central piazza with the same name. It is a masterpiece of Venetian Gothic architecture, built in 812. During the Republic of Venice it was the headquarters for the Doge (an elected chief-of-state lordship), and the Venetian Magistracy. Today, it is the location for Museo Civico di Palazzo Ducale (Civic Museum of Doge's Palace). Do you want to park near the Doge's Palace? On Parclick you can choose from the best car-parks in Venice. Obviously the best option to visit the Doge's Palace is on foot, to not only enjoy the beauty of the building, but also the enchantment of Piazza San Marco and the Basilica di San Marco. Moreover, given the lack of roads throughout the lagoon, the best solution for visiting the Doge's Palace that Parclick offers you, is to leave you vehicle on the mainland in Mestre, and take a bus over Ponte della Libertà (Bridge of Liberty), or alternatively a train stop from Venice Mestre Train Station to Venezia Santa Lucia. If however you prefer to park directly in the lagoon area, Parclick recommends leaving your vehicle in one of the car parks in Piazzale Roma, that are a stone’s throw from the centre and the last accessible area for vehicles. From Piazzale Roma, it is easy to get around the entire city on foot, enjoying a stroll among bridges and narrow streets, or, why not a ride on a gondola along the canals to the Doge's Palace. On the other hand, if you prefer getting around on a steamboat, you can take the Line 2 steamboat from Piazzale Roma, that runs along Grand Canal, just metres away from the Doge’s Palace.

Doge's Palace

Most Serene Republic of Venice

Doge's Palace Visitors can also reach the Doge's Palace through Porta del Frumento, that initially leads into a courtyard where the coronation of the doge would take place. The Palazzo is on different levels, the first floor holds the Museo dell’Opera, and after climbing the Scala dei Giganti, one finds oneself in Piano delle Logge, where it is possible to visit the Sala dello Scrigno and the Sala della Milizia da Mar. The Scala d'Oro on the other hand leads to the first Noble Floors, with the Doge's apartments, the Magistracy’s Offices, and the building’s main room, the Hall of the Full Council. There would be numerous other rooms to mention, such as those on the second noble floor, as well as the works of art inside the building, all by the most important and famous Venetian Masters of that period, such as Tintoretto, Palma il Giovane, Tiziano Vecellio (Titian), Paolo Veronese, and many others. Don’t waste any time, book your parking space near the Doge's Palace now with Parclick and let yourself be enchanted by its history and art!

Points of interest near Doge's Palace in Venice

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