Parking in Venice
Our parkings in Venice:
Venice Carnival - Parking in Venice - from 04/02/2012 to 21/02/2012
Parking in Venice during Carnival can be a problem. To avoid any problem you can book Parking Venice Stazione which is 10 minutes far away from... Read more...
Redentore - Parking in Venice - from 15/07/2012 to 15/07/2012
According to tradition, the plague in Venice was defeated by sincere public donations. These donations culmiinated in the solemn vote, made in... Read more...
Venice International Film Festival - Parking in Venice - from 01/09/2012 to 30/09/2012
The Venice International Film Festival is the oldest international film festival in the world. Founded by Count Giuseppe Volpi in 1932 as the... Read more...
Regata Storica - Parking in Venice - from 02/09/2012 to 02/09/2012
The Regata Storica is one of the most distinguished celebrations in Venice. It takes place on the water, a key element of the city. The Regatta... Read more...
Pasqua e Pasquetta - Parking in Venice - from 01/04/2012 to 08/04/2012
Easter can be a bit more challenging when planning a visit to Italy. In terms of Venice, nothing is more challenging than the Carnivale. ... Read more...
August 15th - Parking in Venice - from 15/08/2012 to 15/08/2012
Ferrogosto - August 15th - is a national holiday in Italy, which means that just about everything will be closed, and Italians will be heading... Read more...
Venice Marathon - Parking in Venice - from 01/10/2012 to 31/10/2012
The Venice Marathon is a marathon road race that has been held each year in Venice since 1986. The race is currently sponsored by Casino di... Read more...
Christmas in Venice - Parking in Venice - from 21/12/2012 to 06/01/2013
Venice turns on the lights and Christmas is full of tourists these days. There is plenty to do with concerts, children's activities, shows,... Read more...
Palazzo ducale - Parking in Venice
One of the symbols of Venice is the Palazzo Ducale, a masterpiece of Venetian Gothic architecture, ancient seat of the Venetian doge and the... Read more...
Basilica di San Marco - Parking in Venice
One of the most fascinating monuments in Italy is undoubtedly the Basilica of San Marco in Venice, not only for the suggestion that the façade and... Read more...
Campanile di San Marco - Parking in Venice
In the ninth century, to defend the city of Venice, the Doge Pietro Tribune, ordered the construction of the Campanile, located opposite the... Read more...
Piazza San Marco - Parking in Venice
Only square in Venice, Piazza San Marco is one of the finest squares in Italy and among the best known in the world. The 170 meter long trapezoidal... Read more...
Ponte di Rialto - Parking in Venice
The Rialto Bridge is the oldest and most famous of the four bridges (Accademia bridge, Ponte degli Scalzi Bridge and the Constitution) that cross... Read more...
Ponte dei Sospiri - Parking in Venice
Built in 1600, with the white stone of Istria and in the Baroque style, the Bridge of Sighs (or Ponte dei Sospiri) is one of the most beautiful... Read more...
Murano - Parking in Venice
Murano is one of the major islands of Venice. Located just 1 km north of the Venetian lagoon, is itself made up of five islands. Murano is known... Read more...
Burano - Parking in Venice
Burano is one of the largest islands belonging to the Venetian lagoon known for its lace and colors that characterize the town. In these houses,... Read more...
Lido - Parking in Venice
The Lido coincides with a small island that stretches 12 km in front of Venice. The coast is bordered by two "mouths" in the northern port of St.... Read more...
The city of Venice
Parking in Venice can be a problem: in order to better join the town find the right place in one of our parking area.
Parking directions in Venice
If you are heading to the old town, then it is only accessible by boat, so it is not possible to bring your car here – you wouldn’t want to anyway, as going to the old town makes you feel like you have gone back in time. There is a large parking space near the boat dock called Stazione, where you can leave your car for the day, or even longer for just a few Euros. However if your hotel is in the new part of the city, then it is best to check if they offer parking facilities, and if they do, use them. This takes the hassle out of constantly driving around looking for somewhere to park and having to always look at the time to make sure you don’t overstay your welcome in the parking garage. Venice is a beautiful city to be enjoyed by foot, not by car.
Next to Rome, Venice is one of the most visited cities in Italy, and is also one of the most visited in the world. Endless tourists flock to Venice every year from around the world to capture some magical moments in this unique and interesting city. Venice is also considered to be one of the most romantic cities in the world, and for anyone who has ever been there, it is obvious why.
Getting there and around
Venice benefits from a very good location in Europe, it is located in northern Italy, making it easily accessible from most of the country and also from various other parts of Europe. If driving from Rome, then take the A1 and follow the signs for Venice. If driving from Bari, then take the A14 and follow the signs for Venice. Depending on where you are driving to Venice from, it is always recommended to check the best routes ahead before you leave home and also keep yourself updated throughout your journey on the latest traffic announcements in and around the city. Venice is a very popular location, and especially during the summer months, there will be a lot of traffic in that direction
Top Pick for Venice
There are so many things to see and do in Venice it’s hard to know where to start. The Venice old town is probably one of the most picturesque places on the planet, and is definitely one of the most photographed. The first thing that everyone wants to do in Venice is a gondola ride, and this definitely makes for some good pictures. The Piazza San Marco is another famous place to visit in Venice and is the main square in the old town, here you can find many charming little cafes and bistros, along with street entertainers and artists. Venice is also well known for its annual carnival and the Venice Film Festival, also adding to the tourist population and bringing some of the biggest names in film from around the world.