More parkings: Villa Borghese
The city of Rome hosts one of the most beautiful cemeteries of the whole nation: the non-Catholic, also called English Cemetery. The history of this cemetery is related to the refusal of the Catholic Church to be buried in consecrated ground non-Catholics: thus this structure housed a multitude of famous people related to the art world, so much so that one of the names of this structure is "artists and poets” Over the years the property was intended to bury more foreigners than to Italian, so that only a few prominent, like Gramsci, got their tomb inside. The proximity of the Protestant Cemetery at Rome's St. Paul metro stations and Pyramid makes it easily accessible by public transport. Nearby there is also parking lot in Piazzale the Partisans (Piazzale dei Partigiani)
The city of Rome
Parking in Rome can be a problem: in order to better join the town find the right place in one of our parking area
Parking directions in Rome
Firstly, Rome is a major capital city, so parking here is not something to take lightly. However, that doesn’t mean it’s impossible – plenty of people do it every day, just make sure you do your research before heading off in your car. If you haven’t done so already, then check before booking your...