The San Marco district has been the true heart of the historic centre of Venice, ever since the lagoon city was founded. Of course, you must visit it during your trip to Venice, as in San Marco you can stroll through the narrow streets of the district, admiring the beautiful view of the Grand Canal and the San Marco Basin.
San Marco also includes the island of San Giorgio Maggiore, and borders the Cannaregio and Castello districts. It then connects to the San Polo district via the Ponte di Rialto bridge, and to the Dorsoduro district via the Ponte dell'Accademia bridge.
Obviously since you can’t drive around the historic centre of Venice, it is equally impossible to park in San Marco, but don't worry, Parclick offers you several parking lots in the historic centre of Venice, where you can leave your car for however long you need during your trip to Venice, or even if you are planning to get a cruise from the Port of Venice.
The best and practically the only car parks in Venice are located in Piazzale Roma, or in Mestre, on the mainland.
With Parclick you can book a car park in both Piazzale Roma AND in Mestre online, near the Venezia Mestre Station, from which many trains reach the Venezia Santa Lucia Station along the Ponte della Libertà. From Venice Santa Lucia you can then cross the Ponte della Costituzione bridge to reach Piazzale Roma, from where most of the public waterbus lines of Venice's vaporetto service depart.
To reach San Marco you can use the vaporetto lines 1, 2, 10, A, B, N and R.
As you can see, it is now possible to park near San Marco thanks to Parclick, and you can book your guarded car park in Venice online, where you will find a reserved parking space on arrival, so you don't have to waste time waiting for no reason.
In the San Marco district, you’ll find some of the main points of interest in Venice, since the famous St Mark's Square is in the heart of the district.
On St Mark's Square you’ll find the monumental complex of St Mark's Basilica, the cathedral of Venice, with its high bell tower. Just a few steps from the basilica is also the Clock Tower, while on the opposite side you’ll find the Doge's Palace and the Bridge of Sighs.
The Museo Correr, the National Archaeological Museum and the National Library of St Mark's also overlook St Mark's Square.
The district offers much more than just St. Mark's Square; if you move a little bit further you can actually visit the Riva degli Schiavoni, Palazzo Grassi, Teatro La Fenice, Palazzo Grimani, the Church of San Moisè and the Church of San Giorgio Maggiore.
All this and much more if you book your parking near San Marco with Parclick! The best car parks in Venice are only found at Parclick!