Is it possible to reach Venice by car? Of course! There are in fact numerous parking lots or stops where you can leave your vehicle and start an exploratory tour of the city. Here is a useful guide on where to park in Venice.


Where to park in Venice: parking spaces with direct access


If you want to leave your car in a parking lot with direct access to the city without having to move by other means, you can choose one of the many parking lots in Piazzale Roma such as the Municipal Garage ASM: there is room and it costs 26 euros per day. Not bad!

Same price for the Garage San Marco situated in the central area, where you can leave your car by paying 30 euros every 24 hours. Do you have to park for less hours? Choose the Park San Andrea at a cost of 6 euros every two hours. At Autorimessa Toderini, also in Piazzale Roma, you can leave your vehicle for 4 euros per hour.


Where to park in Venice: parking in the Isola Nuova area


Another very convenient possibility is to choose an area like Isola Nuova. Although slightly off-center, it will allow you to reach the city by vaporetto Line 2 or by bus. Here you can find a large and secure multi-storey car park where you can leave your car. Various rates: from those for the inhabitants of Venice to those dedicated to tourists and groups.

Another advantageous solution in Isola Nuova is the parking of the Scalo Fluviale, in front of the Maritime Station. The rate is 15 euros every 12 hours, and from here you can easily reach Piazzale Roma in just 6 minutes.


Where to park in Venice: other parking 

Another ideal option is the Fusina parking area. It is convenient especially because they provide a special boat service to the central areas of Venice you can reach in just 20 minutes.

Parking is also available for those who want to make a stop in Venice from the coast. You can park at the Cavallino-Treporti terminal and take one of the many ferries that will take you to the city.

So, have you decided to visit the lagoon by car?

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