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Rome Parking Lots

Parking Lots in Central Rome

The following lots/garages are in central Rome; more information (although out-of-date rates) is available on the Rome Tourism Getting Around page.
  • ParkSì Villa Borghese ("Galoppatoio" on Viale del Galoppatoio 33, under Villa Borghese, €1.70/hour, €20/day, 24 hours)
  • Terminal Park (via Marsala 30 near Termini train station, rates vary based on length of stay, 6 AM to 1 AM)
  • ES Park (via G. Giolitti 267 near Termini)
  • Piazzale Partigiani (near Ostiense metro/train stop, €0.77/hour, €5/day, 6 AM to 11 PM)
  • Parking Ludovisi (via Ludovisi 60, east of Spanish Steps, €2/hour for first 6 hours, then €1/hour up to €18/day, 5:30 AM to 1 AM, also rents electric cars/Segways)
  • Autosilo Via Mantova (via Mantova 24, east of Villa Borghese, €2/hour for first 3 hours, then €1/hour)
  • Parking dell'Auditorium (viale Maresciallo Pilsudsky 21, near Euclide train station, €1/hour, €4/day until 9 PM, €1.50/night from 9 PM to 6 AM, open 7 AM - 12:30 AM)
  • Terminal Gianicolo (via Urbano VIII 16, just south of St. Peter's Square, €1.50/hour, sliding scale, €28/day, €70/3 days, 7 AM to 1:30 AM)...here's a funny story about how it got built
  • Trastevere Parcheggio (Viale delle Mura Portuensi, in Trastevere district, €1/hour, €8/day, 24 hours)

Parcheggi di Scambio (Park & Ride)

A parcheggio di scambio (literally "exchange parking lot") is a "park and ride" lot: found outside of central Rome, you can park cheaply and ride the Metro (or other public transit) into the center.  Most park & ride lots are €1.50 for 12 hours, or €2.50 for longer (up to all day), or free if you have a monthly or annual Rome transit pass.  A full listing is on the Rome transit bureau's page, but unfortunately the English version doesn't work.  They also have a good Metro map (PDF), and the City of Rome provides a good map showing the parcheggi di scambio  (PDF), although all the writing is in Italian.  The following are some of the major parcheggi di scambio on the Metro lines:

Anagnina

41°50.6'N 12°35.1'E, on Metro A 
smaller lot (134 spots) appears to be free (?) and guarded from 6 AM to 10 PM except Sunday 
larger multi-level pay lot is closed from 12:15 AM (or 2:15 AM Sat & Sun morning) to 5:15 AM

Battistini

41°54.45'N 12°25.1'E, on Metro A 
177 spots, not guarded, pay 6 AM to 10 AM except Sunday (otherwise free)

Laurentina

41°49.56'N 12°28.9'E, on Metro B
multi-level pay lot, closed from 12:15 AM (or 2:15 AM Sat & Sun morning) to 5:15 AM

Cinecittà

41°50.9'N 12°34.6'E, on Metro A
multi-level pay lot, closed from 12:15 AM (or 2:15 AM Sat & Sun morning) to 5:15 AM

Ponte Mammolo

41°55.2'N 12°34'E, on Metro B 
419 spots, not guarded, pay 6 AM to 10 AM except Sunday (otherwise free)

Rebibbia

41°55.5'N 12°34.3'E, on Metro B 
refurbished in 2010; unclear what the operating hours are (website not updated yet)

Santa Maria del Soccorso

41°54.84'N 12°33.4'E, on Metro B 
575 spots, not guarded, pay 6 AM to 10 AM except Sunday (otherwise free)

EUR Magliana

41°50.26'N 12°27.75'E, on Metro B 
small flat lot, 151 spots, not guarded, pay 6 AM to 10 AM except Sunday (otherwise free) 
larger multilevel pay lot, closed from 12:15 AM (or 2:15 AM Sat & Sun morning) to 5:15 AM

Valle Aurelia (Angleo Emo)

41°54.2'N 12°26.6'E, on Metro A 
small flat lot, free (?), 126 spots, not guarded

Arco di Travertino

41°52'N 12°32.2'E, on Metro A
418 spots, not guarded, pay 6 AM to 10 AM except Sunday (otherwise free)

Street Parking

Note that street parking is mostly pay-per-hour (~€1 to 1.20/hour) from 8 AM to 8 PM (if there are blue stripes, it's a pay spot).  Also note that the very center of historic rome (the centro storico) is a Zona Traffica Limitata (ZTL) or "limited traffic zone" where only residents may drive--if you drive by a ZTL camera, you face a stiff fine.

Maps

The following maps are useful for parking:

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