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Where to park in Porto di Venezia

When we think of Venice certain images immediately spring to mind. Stunning monuments, romantic trips in gondolas, spectacular sunsets and the standout of the bunch, tourists in white socks and sandals!

But Venice isn’t just a feast for the eyes. Its port is the eighth largest in Italy for commercial traffic, and is one of the most important in the Mediterranean as far as cruises are concerned.

The number of people taking cruises out of Porto di Venezia is staggering! Especially in high season, you can only imagine the quantity of people who flock to Venice to hop on board a cruise ship, and then you have to add all the people just there to visit the city for a few days… so, even the simplest things become a bit of a trial!

As the areas where you can park your car in Venice are pretty sparse, it is extra important that you think of a quick and sure-fire solution to help organise your journey so it runs nice and smoothly.

Parclick is on hand to give you the chance to book online, before you set off, a car park near the Porto di Venezia, which will be a huge advantage! Once you’ve done this, it doesn’t matter how many people there are, you will always have a free parking space waiting for you ;)

At this point you’re probably thinking that it will cost you an arm and a leg... but the reality is quite different.

We guarantee you a discounted price in whichever of our guarded car parks in Venezia and Mestre you decide to choose, all you need from there is a couple of clicks and you will have a space booked.

If you and decision making don’t go hand in hand, we can break it down into 3 simple choices:

  • You can book a car park in the centre of Venice, in Piazzale Roma to be precise, which is the only place on the lagoon where it is possible to get to by car. This is a great choice if you need to get to the Stazione Marittima in a very short period of time, either on foot or using the People Mover train, which runs from Piazzale Roma, through the port and finally arrives at the artificial island, Tronchetto. Of course, you will have to pay a little extra for parking so near the centre.
  • If the cost is what is worrying you, it is possible to book a car park in Mestre instead, near Venezia Mestre train station. The parking here is a bit cheaper, and to get to the port, your only obstacle is the Ponte della Libertà which you can negotiate using one of the many trains or buses departing from the station and will only take about 15 mins.
  • The third option is decidedly more comfortable. Leave your car in one of our Mestre car parks, which offers a free shuttle service to the Porto di Venezia! Using this method, you won’t spend too much, the car park will be easy to find and you are not trapped by the constraints of public transport when trying to get to the Stazione Marittima, as the shuttle will be ready, awaiting your arrival!

Wherever your decision lands, don’t worry! All these car parks offer long-stay car parking, so the only thing you have to worry about is getting aboard the ship and puzzling over what is the best way to enjoy yourself :)


Ferries, speedboats and cruise ships

Venice Port is in the historical centre of the city, in the lower part of the Santa Croce district, at the mouth of the Canale della Giudecca.

It is open for business 24/7, all year round, while the Stazione Marittima offers a varied service, starting with the cruise ships, on to the ferries and speedboats and coming finally to the private yachts.

There are some different zones, each one dedicated to a different type of boat:

  • The Stazione Marittima has 10 passenger terminals for the cruise ships.
  • The San Basilio and Santa Marta areas are for the medium sized cruise ships, yachts and speedboats.
  • The Riva delle Zattere and the Riva degli Schiavoni are both reserved for yachts and super yachts. Who wouldn’t want to be here??

As well as the Stazione Marittima, there is also the Porto di Marghera, on the mainland, which is divided into 6 terminals and set aside for commercial traffic, in particular container ships and petrol tankers.

Inside the Stazione Marittima there a good variety of services for passengers, including:

  • An internal shuttle service linking the different terminals.
  • Various Info Points in the arrivals and departures areas.
  • First aid stations.
  • Newsagent and tobacconist.
  • Refreshment areas, duty free and other shops.
  • Baggage deposit service and Lost&Found.

They have everything… except parking! But Parclick have already thought about that bit ;) Book your parking space near Venice Port, there’s not a moment to lose.

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