Parking in Todi
Our parkings in Todi:
Carnevalandia - Parking in Todi
The Carnevalandia - The Carnival - has been running for 12 years and has a variety of events. In 2004 fan-favourite films were reenacted, notably... Read more...
Rassegna Antiquaria d'Italia - Parking in Todi
Rassegna Antiquaria D’Italia is a prestigious festival in Todi of art, culture and antiques with masterpieces of ancient art. The event runs from... Read more...
Todi Tango Festival - Parking in Todi
The Todi Tango Festival takes place each year in early June in Todi, Umbria. In 2011 the event ran from the 1-5 June. The Festival includes a... Read more...
Todi Arte Festival - Parking in Todi
The small town of Tidy, with its buildings having a mixture of Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance architecture. Quiet, the town of Jacopone gained... Read more...
Festa della Consolazione - Parking in Todi
2011’s Feast of Consolation was set in the Temple of Santa Maria, where the event began on September 8. Every year thousands of devotees come to... Read more...
- Mercatino Antiquariato - Parking in Todi
Stagione di concerti - Parking in Todi
After a season record the Stagione di Concerti is now introducing a new range of concerts for is 26th season, which promises to on the level of an... Read more...
Todifiorita - Parking in Todi - from 25/05/2012 to 27/05/2012
From 27 to 29 May 2011, the historic center of Todi will host the fourth edition of the show of floriculture "TODIFIORITA", project of the... Read more...
Festa Patrono S. Fortunato - Parking in Todi - from 14/10/2012 to 14/10/2012
Saint Fortunatus (died 537) was a 6th century bishop of Todi. According to tradition, he defended Todi during a Gothic siege. He is the patron... Read more...
- Fiera S. Martino - Parking in Todi - from 11/11/2012 to 11/11/2012
Centro Storico - Parking in Todi
The Todi historic center is known for the buildings that characterize it. This city still retains its medieval shape that had in the past and even... Read more...
Tempio della Consolazione - Parking in Todi
The domed church Tempio della Consolazione of Todi is considered an exemplary masterpiece of the Renaissance architecture. The contrast between the... Read more...
Tempio di San Fortunato - Parking in Todi
In the historic center, towards small shops and antiquarians there is the Temple of San Fortunato, patron saint of the town of Todi in the second... Read more...
Monumento a Jacopone - Parking in Todi
In the impressive setting of Todi, along the tree-lined Curva delle Cerquette to climb toward the center of the city, we recommend a short stop on... Read more...
Piazza del popolo - palazzi comunali - Parking in Todi
Piazza de Popolo is the main square in Todi where, in addition to the Cathedral of the Annunciation, arise all public offices buildings and major... Read more...
Teatro Comunale - Parking in Todi
The birth of the Teatro Comunale di Todi dates back to the period immediately following the unification of Italy as clear desire of the “tunderte”... Read more...
The city of Todi
Parking in Todi can be a problem: in order to better join the town find the right place in one of our parking area
Parking directions in Todi
Parking in Todi perhaps can’t be compared to parking in Rome or Pisa, however, it is still a busy town with many tourists and locals. When travelling anywhere by car, it is always recommended to do as much research as possible before leaving home on the best places to park. If you haven’t done so already, then check when booking your hotel to see if they offer parking facilities for their guests. This is the option I always look for when travelling anywhere and is by far the easiest option, most hotels offer either free parking facilities or will have a small surcharge included in the room price. Using hotel parking in Todi means that you don’t have to worry about where to park during your trip or think about how long your car has been in the parking garage. It is also the best solution if you won’t actually be using your car during your stay.
If you are renting a car from an agency for your stay in Todi, then you should also check with them for advice on the best parking places in and around the city. They will also be happy to advise you on things like, pricing and local rules and regulations.
Most parking places in Todi - Porta Orvietana parking area - are available for use throughout the year and will usually cost no more than a few Euros per day, it may also be possible to leave your car there for a longer period, however, you should check with your hotel or rental agency first to check the exact rules and regulations that apply to Todi..
Todi is a beautiful town in Umbria, central Italy with a unique charm and interesting history. According to legend, Todi was built by the Greek God, Hercules. Though, factual evidence suggests that Todi, was infact founded by the ancient Italic people around the 7th century BC
Getting there and around
Due to its central location and strong connection to larger surrounding cities, Todi is easily accessible from most places in Italy within in only a few hours drive. If coming from Rome, then take the A1 and follow the signs for Todi. If coming from Bari, then take the A16 and the A1 and follow the signs for Todi. Of course, depending on where you are driving from will depend on the route you take, so it is always recommended to check the best routes before you leave home, and also keep yourself updated on any changes or problems concerning traffic.
Top pick for Todi
There are many great places to see in Todi, however, a few of the main sights not to be missed are the Cathedral – a beautiful gothic structure dating back to the 11th century and attracts many tourists annually. The Palazzo dei Priori is another sight worth visiting. Built in 1593, the Bishop’s Palace is located to the left of the cathedral, so is a good option to explore both places
The Chiesa di Santa Maria in Camucci is a Dominican monastery founded in 1394, it’s certainly worth a look-see for the stunning examples of wooden Madonna sculptures in Todi. However, the lead archaeologist, Carlo Zoccoli, has offered to give our readers a private tour under the church, where an archaeological treasure trove awaits. Sift through an ever-growing collection of pottery shards or walk through ancient roads, burial chambers and houses, much of it dating back to Roman times.