There are several Park and ride car parks near the city centre with good bus and metro connections. Parking costs 0.77 for a full ten hours, then 1.55 per hour thereafter. For further information, contact STA tel. 0657118333 or see

For ATAC, the public transport company, see The following is a list of some of Romes privately-owned parking facilities with easy connections to the centre by public transport. Discounts are usually available for all-day and all-night stays.

ES Park

Via G. Giolitti 267 (Termini station), tel. 0644704053. 450 cars, first five hours cost 1.50 per hour, then 1.30 per hour. Open for parking 05.30-02.00. Cars may be collected 24 hours a day. Buses to centre from Piazza dei Cinquecento.

Parking Ludovisi

Via Ludovisi 60 (Via Veneto), tel. 064740632. 400 cars, 1st-5th hour costs 2 per hour, then 1 per hour. Open 05.30-01.30. Offers rental of electric cars that can circulate within the historic centre (see plus connection to centre from Via Veneto by electric bus 116.

Parking dellAuditorium

Viale Pilsudsky 21 (Flaminio/Parioli), tel. 068081646. 540 cars, 1st-2nd hour costs 1 per hour, after which the daily rate of 2.55 applies (07.30-21.00). After 21.00 the charges change to 1st-2nd hour 1 per hour, and every hour after that until closing time at 01.00 costs 1.55.

Open 07.30-01.00. Connections to Piazzale Flaminio by tram 2, or to Piazza S. Silvestro by bus 53, to Termini by line M (through Villa Borghese) or bus 217 (through Parioli).

Terminal Gianicolo

Piazza della Rovere (Vatican/Aurelio), tel. 066840331. 723 cars, 1st-5th hour costs 1.30 per hour, then 1.10 per hour. Open 06.00-01.30. Connected to the centre by electric bus 116 and to Trastevere by electric bus 115.


Villa Borghese,Viale del Galoppatoio 33, tel. 063225934, 1,800 cars, 1st-3rd hour costs 1.15 per hour, then 0.90 per hour, daily rate 14.45. Open 24 hours. Access to

centre by electric bus 116.

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