Where To Park in Barcelona (Best Price)

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Car Park in Barcelona

Where To Park in Barcelona (Best Price)
In Barcelona the traffic is heavy and the public transportation system is great. Park in Barcelona thanks to our extended parkings network. You don't need to worry about your car, while wandering around the city and enjoying all its charms.

If you choose to spend your holidays in Barcelona or you are here for business and you have decided to come by car, parking in Barcelona, as in all large cities, has many restrictions. If you are going to stay in a hotel, you should know whether your hotel is one of the hotels with parking in Barcelona and what the parking price in Barcelona will be in order to take the best decision before booking. In most Barcelona parkings, the daily rates have regressive prices. The number of days booked increases the daily price is reduced, that does not happen in the hotels. If you are absent-minded and you don't make a reservation for daily parking, keep in mind you can be charged for parking with per minute rate, which is much more expensive.

Long-term parking in Barcelona

If you are coming for a few weeks, you may prefer to find a long-term parking in Barcelona of so-called lowcost parking or park and ride. This decision can be very commendable. If you have decided to not use your car so often, since, if it is not a nearby parking, you'll be spending the difference on public transport.

How To Park in Barcelona

If you have decided to have a parking close to your residence, Barcelona is well-equipped with parkings, but it is not the same to find a parking close to Camp Nou, parking Sagrada Familia, parking Las Ramblas or parking Cruises which are very famous tourist sites and with chance of finding a "parking lot full" sign if you arrive without reservation, as it is to find a parking at parking diagonal mar shopping center, for example, that's usually more simple. It is therefore a good idea to book in advance with Parkimeter especially if you are looking for parking centre of Barcelona or parking near Barcelona Harbour.

The ten districts of Barcelona and Ciutat Vella

Barcelona city has 10 districts : Sants-Montjuïc, Ciutat Vella, Sant Martí, Eixample, Les Corts, Gràcia, Sant Andreu, Nou Barris, Horta- Guinardó, and Sarrià - Sant Gervasi. Because of the its distribution, you should know that to find a parking in Ciutat Vella, as the oldest part of the city, is very difficult, since there are not may car parks in this district.

The best suppliers

In Parkimeter you will find the best parkings, both of important chains as Núñez y Navarro (NyN), SABA , BSM (Barcelona Serveis de Mobilitat), Continental Parking and also parkings that don't belong to chains, whenever monitored and with the highest guarantees.

Where To Park In Barcelona's city centre

The Ensanche is the most populated and wide district of Barcelona city. The way it was designed by Ildefonso Cerdá in the XIX century is characteristic, every block has a square shape and the streets run in the North-South and East-West direction. The people from Barcelona consider it the city centre, here are situated the monumental, commercial and financial areas of the city.

To find parking in Ensanche is not as hard as in Ciutat Vella, even though there is a great variety of prices. It would therefore be advisable to plan everything and to invest some time in Parkimeter in order to get the best parking place, the most closest to your destination, the one meeting the services that the customer wants and with the most favourable prices. If you would like to walk through the old quarter, we suggest you to search for parking Paseo de Gracia. It is the most emblematic avenue in Barcelona city, together with Rambla de Catalunya and Las Ramblas.

The northern part of Paseo de Gracia, it is crossed by one of the main avenues of Barcelona, Avenida Diagonal. That, as its name suggests, goes through the city in a diagonal line. On its half, there is the Gran Via de les Corts Catalanas which crosses the city from east to west. On the other side of Paseo de Gracia there is plaza Cataluña, the most famous square in the city, together with Plaza España and Plaza Sagrada Familia.

Along Paseo de Gracia, you will find the three most important modernist houses, Casa Vicens, Casa Milà and La Pedrera. The latter two are Gaudí's work.

In plaza Cataluña is located one of the Corte Ingles department stores, FNAC and the Apple Store. In the south of the square, there is the most commercial pedestrian street of Barcelona, Avenida de la Puerta del Ángel, where the price per square metre is the highest of the city.

Where To Park In Las Ramblas

Rambla is a word of Arab origin that means stream. In fact, Las Ramblas were formerly a natural course gathering the water in the upper part of Barcelona city and flowing into the sea. That's why Las Ramblas end in the south, at the port of Barcelona, next to the Colón statue. To find a parking in Las Ramblas is quite impossible because of its shortage, if you don't book in advance. Next to the marina, there is the Barceloneta neighbourhood, a seafaring quarter where you'll find the best seafood restaurants in town. At the end of Paseo Juan de Borbón, near Barceloneta restaurant and Torre de Altamar, there is Plaza del Mar parking , the closest parking Barceloneta to the beach and the promenade.

Barcelona markets

Since its origin, Barcelona has been a commercial city. Fruit, vegetable and food markets have a long tradition in the city and are deeply rooted within the mediterranean culture. There are three markets that you should not miss: La Boquería, Mercat de Sant Antoni and Mercat del Born. The latter has turned into a history museum, since in its recent restoration it has been found the remains of Barcelona in the XVII century, still in a good condition.

Barcelona Sants (local train, HST), Cruise Port and Bus Station

If you are frequent local or high-speed train passengers, Parkimeter has parkings within a 2 minute walk from parking Barcelona Sants as parking sants numancia or parking IMSA, at one end of the Torre Catalunya bulding. At the other end of Barcelona Sants there is a bus terminal, but the most important one is located at the Estacion del Norte, an old train station that it was no more a half century ago.

If you are planning to go on a cruise, the cruise terminal is far to walk from any parking. Bear this in mind for your planning. The terminals are near Las Ramblas and next to the Avenida del Paralelo southern tip. If you are going to the Balearic Islands or to Italy, you can find a parking near the Barcelona Harbour to go walking until the corresponding terminal.

Limited traffic zone

ZBE Rondes de Barcelona

From Monday to Friday, between 7:00 am and 8:00 pm, only ecological vehicles and those with the environmental label B or C of the Spanish Traffic Authority -DGT- are allowed to circulate here.
Vehicles registered outside Spain are not classified according to the environmental criteria of the DGT environmental label.

To drive there without being ticketed, all foreign vehicles must register and pay the corresponding tax.

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