Parking in Rome
Our parkings in Rome:
Villa Borghese - Viale del Galoppatoio, 33 - Roma - 197
Phone: 0039 06/3225934 Fax: 06/3610805 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eataly Rome - Parking in Rome - from 01/07/2012 to 01/07/2092
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- Eventi Palalottomatica - Parking in Rome - from 01/01/2012 to 31/12/2012
Millemiglia - Rome - Parking in Rome - from 16/05/2013 to 19/05/2013
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International Rome Film Festival - Parking in Rome - from 09/07/2013 to 22/09/2013
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Natale di Roma - Parking in Rome - from 21/04/2012 to 21/04/2012
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Testaccio - Parking in Rome
Testaccio, is the beautiful twentieth district of Rome, famous in the last decade for vibrant night life offered to for all the boys who live in... Read more...
Piramide Cestia - Parking in Rome
The Pyramid of Caius Cestius a true monument of Egyptian style lies in the heart of Rome lies. The pyramid is now one of the most unique... Read more...
Cimitero Acattolico - Parking in Rome
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... Read more...
Basilica di San Paolo - Parking in Rome
The Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls (San Paolo fuori le mura) is the second most important papal church in Rome, preceded only by St. Peter... Read more...
Galleria Borghese - Parking in Rome
Next to Villa Borghese Parking there is one of the best art Gallery of the world: Borghese Gallery and Museum. It contains painting and sculpture... Read more...
Palazzo Barberini - Parking in Rome
Palazzo Barberini lies in the heart of the city of Rome therefore is easily accessible by subway or with the bus line that both stop at Barberini... Read more...
Piazza di Spagna - Parking in Rome
Piazza di Spagna is one of the major tourist spots of the entire city of Rome and probably in Italy . The name of the square is due to the palace... Read more...
Piazza del Popolo - Parking in Rome
Piazza del Popolo is one of the most important squares of Rome and is easily accessible by subway, the metro Line A Flaminio or if you arrive by... Read more...
Bioparco - Parking in Rome
Visiting the Bioparco can be a great experience in order to enjoy rome with your kids. Animals are always available, and you can find all the... Read more...
Villa Borghese - Parking in Rome
Villa Borghese is the third largest public park in the city of Rome, and probably one of the most visited in Italy as well. Is accessible from 9... Read more...
Via Veneto - Parking in Rome
Via Veneto in the heart of Rome, is considered par excellence the way of richness, due to the presence of famous restaurants, renowned hotels that... Read more...
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 hotel to see if they offer parking facilities for their guests. Most do nowadays, but not all have the space for this. If you can find one who does offer parking, then I would recommend you use it. It will save you a lot of time and hassle during your trip.
Alternatively, there are also plenty of car parks in the city, Villa Borghese very close to Via Veneto, most of which cost only a few Euros for the day. Just make sure you figure out the exact opening and closing times of any such car parks to avoid going to pick up your car and find that the place is closed. If renting a car on arrival, it is also a good idea to ask your rental company to recommend the best places to leave your car. They will also be able to keep you informed on the rules and pricing, so you don’t need to figure it out the hard way
Rome the Italian capital is undoubtedly one of the most visited cities in the world, attracting countless tourists annually, it has some of the most beautiful buildings and scenery of anywhere in Europe, with the Colosseum and The Vatican being two of the most visited sights in the city. However, these are not the only reasons to visit Rome. The city is filled with rich history and is an amazing place to visit if you’re after some much needed cultural enlightenment.
Getting there and around
To get to Rome from Bari, take the A16 and then the A1, following the signs for Rome. If coming from Venice in the north, take the A1 and follow the signs for Rome. Rome benefits from a good central location in Italy, and is not usually more than a few hours drive from the rest of the country. That being said, it is a very popular place and traffic surrounding the city can be hectic at the best of times, so make sure you research the best routes before leaving home, and also keep yourself updated on the latest traffic changese
When to get there
Rome enjoys a typically Mediterranean climate. Summers (from June to September) are hot and dry with temperatures often soaring to 37°C. High humidity is also common, particularly in July and August. Winter tends to be moderate, at least by northern European standards, with temperatures averaging around 10°C to 15°C between December and February. Snow, although not unheard of, is extremely rare. Spring (March to June) and early autumn (September and October) are the best times to visit Rome, with lovely blue skies and mild temperatures. November and December are the two wettest months.
Top pick for Rome
While the Colosseum and The Vatican are, most probably top of your list of things to see whilst in Rome, there are plenty of other natural beauties well worth a visit also. Rome offers something for every taste, from museums, art galleries, parks and fountains. One of the most enjoyable things you can do in Rome, is to get yourself some delicious Italian coffee, grab a seat by The Trevi Fountain and take some time out to take in the sheer beauty of this stunning city – and, don’t forget to make a wish in the fountain before you leave.
Museo and Galleria Borghese is Cardinal Scipione Borghese (1579–1633) was the most knowledgeable and ruthless art collector of his day, and his collection, in the Museo e Galleria Borghese is as dazzling as his park. If you only have time (or inclination) for one art gallery in Rome, make it this one, which is not only exquisite, but also provides the perfect introduction to Renaissance and baroque art without being overwhelming. It’s housed in the Casino Borghese, whose neoclassical look is the result of a 17th-century revamp.