Parking near Piazza Navona

We bet that you do not know a single person who has been to Rome without visiting Piazza Navona! Which is normal, since it's one of the most popular squares in the city, located in the historic centre.

Piazza Navona is always very crowded and is closed to car traffic, so whether you want to or not you have to get there by foot. This is because the square is located within a large restricted traffic area (ZTL), which forbids the access of vehicles during most of the day! This is when you might enter a state of panic, thinking you can't park in Piazza Navona or in one of the nearby streets…

What if we tell you that with Parclick, will be able to you book in advance a parking space, from which you’ll have a quick walk to Piazza Navona and also to all the points of interest in Rome nearby. Indeed, a few minutes’ walk from the square you will find the Pantheon, Castel Sant'Angelo and Campo de' Fiori.

By making this booking, your car will always remain safe while you discover the different wonders this city has to offer. You’ll be able to use Rome’s public transport in order to move around the different areas. Near Piazza Navona, you’ll find the bus stops of lines 30, 70, 81, 87, 130F, 492, 628, N6 and N7, taking you t to the Colosseum and the Roman Forum!

With us you can book in a cheap and guarded car park, close to the city centre or near your hotel, in just a couple of clicks!

Piazza Navona

One of the most symbolic squares of Rome

Piazza Navona was built by Pope Innocent X in 1651, on the same site as where the Domitian Stadium stood at the time of ancient Rome. The origins of Piazza Navona date back to the time of ancient Rome!

Visited every day by thousands of tourists, Piazza Navona is one of the most popular meeting places in Rome, both thanks to the market and to the many street artists who perform between the monumental fountains and palaces overlooking the square.

In Piazza Navona there are several famous buildings, such as Palazzo Pamphili, the Stadium Museum of Domitian and the Basilica of Sant'Agnese in Agone. From here, you can also admire three beautiful fountains, the Fontana del Moro, the Fontana del Nettuno and the central Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi, designed by Bernini and Giacomo della Porta.

Discover Piazza Navona and its three magnificent fountains during your trip to Rome! Show off by showing everyone how you've saved both time and money by parking your car with Parclick!