Are you in Rome, in a large square in the historic centre and in front of a monument that vaguely resembles a typewriter? Welcome to Piazza Venezia!
Located in the district of Pigna, Piazza Venezia is one of the busiest road junctions in Rome, since it is where some of the main roads of the capital intersect. Also, it is the starting point of Via dei Fori Imperiali, which totally closed to the circulation of motor vehicles.
For this reason and also because Piazza Venezia is located within a large restricted traffic area, we recommend that you choose and book in advance in the best car park near Piazza Venezia, where you can leave your vehicle safely while visiting Rome.
On our map, car parks are classified according to their price and distance, so you can choose the one that suits you best, for the short or long term.
After visiting Piazza Venezia, you won't even need to move your car to reach the other points of interest in Rome. Indeed, in a few minutes' walk you can reach the Capitoline Museums, the Roman Forum, the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain and the impressive Colosseum!
The area is also served by various means of public transport, allowing you to reach all of Rome’s neighbourhoods! Thanks to buses 51, 60, 63, 80, 83, 85, 117, 118, 160, 170, 628 and H and tram line 8, you can move around the city without a problem ;)
As we have mentioned previously, some of the main streets of Rome meet each other at Piazza Venezia, such as Via del Corso, Via dei Fori Imperiali, Via del Plebiscito, Via del Teatro di Marcello and Via Nazionale. So, you can imagine how many cars and people pass by there every day!
However, this is not the only cause of the chaotic traffic at Piazza Venezia... in fact it is internationally renowned and is visited every day by thousands of tourists who come to admire the majestic “Altar of the Fatherland”. Also known as the Vittoriano and the Monument to Victor Emmanuel II, this memorial holds tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Behind the Altar of the Fatherland you can also find the Basilica of Santa Maria in Aracoeli.
Piazza Venezia is also overlooked by Palazzo Venezia, seat of the National Museum of Palazzo Venezia, and Palazzo Bonaparte.
In short, this is an area that must be discovered! Book now with Parclick your parking space in the heart of Rome and be enchanted by the view that the Vittoriano has to offer ;)