Parking in Lisbon

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Car Park in Lisbon

Parking in Lisbon
It is one of the most visited places in Portugal, considered a tourist spot of great importance. It has the perfect fusion of beach and mountain and, in addition, one of the most outstanding cultural and historical heritage in Europe.

Where to park in Lisbon?

Lisbon is Portugal's capital and most populous city. Already known for its heavy traffic congestion, Lisbon is a city where finding parking is also increasingly difficult. Fortunately, we have the solution.

More and more Lisboners are fighting every day for a parking space. Besides having to spend sometimes even hours to find a place, people end up leaving their car badly parked or too far away, forcing them to leave home earlier the next day and always be late.

This is not a recent problem, but it has been getting worse, being a constant concern for residents and a major constraint for people visiting the city either for business or tourism.

Residents have been claiming their right to priority parking, calling for resident-only parking areas, so when visiting the city, you are likely to come across several areas where you will not be able to park without a resident permit.

The alternatives for those who no longer know where to look for parking spaces are to park incorrectly, which we do not recommend because the streets are often watched, and even to sleep in the car.

So that you don't have to go through all this trouble, book with us. At Parkimeter we offer you a wide selection of car parks in the capital.

Choose to leave your car in a safe place with the guarantee that you won't have to waste hours looking for a space and that it will be well parked.

Limited traffic zones

Parking in Lisbon is divided into numerous zones. To understand which zone or zones you're staying in, it's best to consult the zones map on the internet. In addition to the division into zones, the municipality gives five special parking permits for the historic quarter, the resident, company, green, large family and informal carer parking permits.

Where to park in Bairro Alto?

Park Hotel The Lumiares: Park located in Bairro Alto in Lisbon. It is located in the Street Diário de Notícias, next to the Glória lift. A 2 minutes walk away is the Rossio station, 5 minutes away is São Pedro de Alcântara and if you want to go down Bairro Alto, in a few minutes walk you will find the Trindade Theatre, Praça Luís de Camões and finally Chiado. You can come and go during your stay and the park is open 24 hours.

Where to park in Praça do Município?

SABA Parking Praça do Município : Located in Praça do Município, in downtown Pombalina, west of Praça do Comércio. It is the square where is the building that houses the headquarters of Lisbon's City Council. It is a 3 minute walk from Terreiro do Paço and Infante Dom Henrique Avenue. A 10-minute walk away is Baixa do Chiado. The park is open 24h and you can walk in and out.

Where to park in Avenida da Liberdade?

Placegar Parking da Liberdade: park on Avenida da Liberdade, less than 1 minute walk from Marquês de Pombal. It’s a minute walk from Marquês de Pombal and 2 minutes from Parque Eduardo VII. It is an area full of hotels.

Where to park in Amoreiras?

Placegar Parking Pâteo Bagatela : situated in Travessa Légua da Povoa, in Amoreiras, west of Marquês de Pombal. Less than a minute's walk away is the Square and at 2 minutes the Jardim das Amoreiras and the Rato.

Where to park in Marquês do Tomar?

Placegar Parking Marquês do Tomar: on Avenida do Marquês do Tomar, next to the well known Gulbenkian Garden. It is 4 minutes walking distance from Saldanha and 10 minutes from Parque Eduardo VII. Eduardo VII Park. This area is full of hotels and you can walk in and out during your stay.

Where to park in Parque das Nações?

Placegar Parking Doca das Nações: park on Alameda dos Oceanos in Parque das Nações. Located right in front of the Lisbon Oceanarium. A 2 minutes walk from Vasco da Gama shopping centre and the Altice Arena. 3 minutes away from the Gare do Oriente station, 5 minutes away is the Jardim do Cabeço das Rolas and 7 minutes away is the Marina Parque das Nações.

What to visit in Lisbon?

How to get around in Lisbon

The Portuguese capital has an excellent accessibility map. The metro is divided into 5 lines with connection to all the other public transports, which take you to any point of the city and also to cities in the periphery.

Travelling from Lisbon

Lisbon, being the capital of Portugal, is the city with the best connections to other parts of the country and to the whole world.

The train stations are mostly known for their beauty:

If you wish to fly from Humberto Delgado Airport, Parkimeter has excellent options for you.

Jetpark Shuttle - 9 euros / day - Indoor 24h CarPark Valet - 10 euros / day - Indoor

As you can see, our parks have a privileged location, being in the main points of Lisbon, and the access to other areas is quick. Reserve a car park so that when you arrive in the city you have a guaranteed, easy and safe parking. Enjoy the wonderful Portuguese capital without your car being a worry.

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