Park Padova Stazione

Main entrance address:

Via Trieste 50, 35121 Padua

Practical information

THE CHEAPEST CAR PARK AT A STONE’S THROW FROM THE RAILWAY STATION

If you need to reach Padua’s Railway Station and you don’t know where to park your car without spending a fortune, our Padova Stazione car park is the best solution for you!

  • COMFORTABLE: It is easily reachable from Via Tommaseo, turning into via Mameli, avoiding the queue to enter the City; the Car Park is located in the Emporium Mall

  • CHEAP: It is the cheapest indoor car park in Padua, with a Tariff of only 7€ per day

  • CONVENIENT: The car park is located at 2 minutes walking distance from the Railway Station

  • SAFE: Our people are at your disposal anytime you need; more than 20 cameras are placed in the building to control the parking lots

  • WIDE: Wide parking lots allow you to get in and out of your car without any effort

  • TIMETABLES: The Car Park is open Monday to Saturday from 6.00 to 22.00 but you can access the area anytime 24/7 by calling +39 049 660091. Our staff will be happy to support you

     

    NO NEED TO BOOK OR TO PAY IN ADVANCE

     If you are looking for a subscription or other services, please refer to our people in the car park’s offices; they will be happy to provide you all the information needed

    Padua

    The City of Padua has been defined the “Capital City of 14th Century” and it is also the Main City of the province that takes her name.

    The artistic features dated back to XIV Century – e.g. The “Giotto cycle” and the Cappella degli Scrovegni – give the City a crucial role in the development of the Western art. The artistic splendor of the City has been possible by the cultural intensity given by the Carraresi Dinasty, who made Padua one of the main centers of the pre-humanism.

     

    Padua is one of the largest episcopal cities in Italy and it is also known as “Città del Santo”, given the fact that Sant’Antonio – a well known monk of the Franciscan order – has been living in the City for several years and finally dead there in 1231.

    The remains of the monk are still conserved in the Basilica of Sant’Antonio, that is therefore an important destination for pilgrims coming from all over the World. 

     

    Main churches and monuments

Within 1° h: 1,50€

2 hours or part: 3,00€

3 hours or part: 4,50€

4 hours or part: 6,00€

From 5°h to 24h: 7,00€

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