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Parking Lots in Central Rome

The following lots/garages are in central Rome; also check out the helpful Car Parking Europe page/maps
  • ParkSì Villa Borghese - "Galoppatoio" on Viale del Galoppatoio 33, under Villa Borghese, as of 2019 €2.30/hour, €19-22/day (but discounts available, especially if you book online), open 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)
  • PalaLottomatica - free parking although apparently you have to arrive early?
  • Garbatella --> ?

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 (blue lines = paid spot, white lines = free)...most such spots are also free of charge on Sundays (and public holidays). You can pay in cash or with the MyCicero app.  Some people claim that the Lungotevere (the streets lining the banks of the Tevere) often has spots, and is outside the ZTL (see below).

ZTL (Limited Traffic Zone)

Most of central Rome, including most of the historic center (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.

More information on ZTL:
  • Roma Mobilità has the official maps/information, mostly in English
  • Rome Accommodation and Expats Living In Rome have great explanations including photos of what the cameras look like
  • This Google Map of ZTL zones is a little easier to navigate than the official map, although I don't know how often it gets updated
  • ...note that some of the "major" streets, even in the historic center, such as Corso Vittorio Emmanuele II, are not part of the ZTL (although Via Nazionale is)

Maps

The following maps are useful for parking:

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