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Rich in history and art, the city of Naples is also known worldwide for its pizza, coffee and its monuments. Book your parking with Parkimeter and enjoy the nice atmosphere that characterizes the Neapolitan streets.
Rich in history and art, the city of Naples is also known worldwide for its pizza, coffee and monuments. Book your parking space with Parkimeter and enjoy the festive atmosphere of the Neapolitan streets.
Parking in Naples can be a challenge if you're spending your holiday or travelling on business. The city is not only full of narrow streets and alleys, but also of many cars and scooters, which is why traffic reigns supreme. If you book a hotel, you should find out if it is one of the hotels with parking in Naples and what the cost of this service would be, so you can make the best decision. Daily rates in most public car parks in Naples (blue stripes) are very high. Some areas in the centre of Naples are also subject to the ZTL which makes it totally unwise to venture out in search of a parking space without first booking a space for your car.
If you are staying in Naples for several weeks, you are likely to prefer to encounter long-term parking, commonly known as low-cost parking or park and ride. It is advisable to use this option if you decide not to use your car so often, as you will spend the difference on public transport if it is not nearby. For this reason, we recommend the Terracina car park.
Ferdinand IV decided to divide Naples into 12 districts in order to have a special judge in each of them. Even today, Naples is divided into districts, a slightly larger number than today's 30, each with its own traditions and characteristic monuments. The most famous are : Arenella, Avvocata, Porto, Chiaia, Quartieri Spagnoli, Santa Lucia, Pallonetto, Vasto, Vomero, Rione Alto. Given the division of the city, it is necessary to know that finding parking in the historical centre, being the seat of important museums and a very popular tourist destination, is complicated. However, the city offers a large number of car parks where you can park your car, either for a few hours or for a whole day.
There are zones in the city where access and circulation are regulated differently, to create more space for pedestrians and reduce traffic. Here is a list of the different streets affected. Remember that with Parkimeter you can always search for and find parking at the best price even in car parks within the ZTL, which will remove the number plate from the system to avoid a fine.
Borgo Marinari Pedestrian Area active: every day 24 hours a day. ZTL of Naples Morelli, Filangieri, Mille active every year from 8 December to 6 January every Saturday, Sunday, holiday and pre-holiday from 10.00 to 14.00 and from 16.00 to 20.00.
ZTL of Naples Belledonne, Martiri, Poerio active: every day 24 hours. ZTL in Naples Piazza del Gesù active: every day 24 hours a day. ZTL of Naples Mezzocannone active: - Monday to Thursday from 9.00 am to 10.00 pm; - Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, holidays from 9.00 to 24.00 and from 0.00 to 2.00 the following day ZTL of Naples Old Town is in force from 9.00 to 17.00 every day. ZTL of Naples Tarsia Pignasecca Dante is in force from 9.00 to 18.00 every day. ZTL Napoli Centro Direzionale Pedestrian Area is in force: every day 24 hours a day.
Naples is the city of museums, where you'll find a wide range of choices, many of them very close to each other. In fact, if you decide to go through the historic centre, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1995, you can get lost observing the structure of the streets and then go to the various museums in the area such as: Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Chiostro di Santa Chiara, Duomo di Napoli with the adjoining museum of San Gennaro, where you can see the wealth of precious stones and metals donated to the Saint in exchange for protection from the various kings who have come to the city throughout history, a wealth that exceeds even that of Queen Elizabeth.
Finding parking in these areas is really difficult, so we recommend you park at SuperGarage Centro Napoli, where you can leave your car in a safe place and walk to the city centre in 5 minutes.
Naples is world famous not only for its history but also for its pizza. The Neapolitan culinary culture is not just about pizza, however, and we recommend that you try all the typical dishes, especially in pizzerias, trattorias and small restaurants, where you can sample the real Neapolitan cuisine. But don't worry, finding a place to eat well in Naples is really easy, and know that from an economic point of view your pockets will not be particularly affected by these choices, because Naples offers everyone the chance to eat for a few euros. In any case, don't worry, you'll easily find pizzerias that make the famous "pizza a portafoglio" (a pizza that, after being cooked, is folded twice and eaten with your hands as if it were a sandwich) at the modest price of 1 euro. And then to digest a nice digestive drink called "a gambe aperte" (open-legged), which is a drink based on water, lemon and bicarbonate of soda that helps digestion, but to be drunk without getting wet, it must be done with open legs, because the bicarbonate once put in the water will produce foam and come out of the glass, hence the name "a gambe aperte" (open-legged). This drink also costs just £1. You can find all this on offer in the area of Via Toledo, which is why we recommend that you park in Central Park using the Parkimeter app and start a gastronomic tour that will take you once you've finished on Via Toledo to the magnificent and truly great Piazza del Plebiscito, one of the largest squares in Italy, where you can visit the Teatro San Carlo (Europe's first opera house), the Royal Palace and the Basilica San Francesco da Paola.
And the sea?
Yes, Naples is also and above all the sea, and right from Piazza del Plebiscito, continuing for 1 minute on foot you will find yourself in front of one of the most beautiful views, in fact you will find Vesuvius in front of you, imposing its presence, resting on the sea of Mergellina. And in this area, Mergellina, you can immerse yourself even more in the Neapolitan reality by taking long walks and also going to visit the Castel dell'Ovo, also a place of legends, in fact, this is where the history of Naples or rather of Partenope started, the siren who died on a rock at that precise point, giving birth to the city that bore her name.
Naples also has two large parks within the city, located in opposite positions, but which will leave you speechless for the view they offer, but also for the museums they contain. We are talking about the Virgiliano Park, located on the Posillipo hill, a rich area of the city, which offers the possibility to enjoy a breathtaking view especially at sunset where the colours create a firework display in the sky while you will slowly see the sun sinking into the sea at the horizon. The other park is the Bosco di Capodimonte, located just above the historic centre, which, along with the view, offers one of the most famous museums in the city, the Museo Nazionale di Capodimonte, where you can find not only the famous porcelain produced locally but also works by famous artists such as Caravaggio. Parking near the latter park is very easy, in fact, through Parkimeter you can park at the Garage Bosco, located in front of the entrance of the structure, at a convenient price.
Rich in history since its birth, in Naples wealth and poverty, beauty and inelegance, history and modernity co-exist. In the most historical areas of Naples, however, traffic is a daily routine. Find out which areas are not accessible by car and how to apply for a permission.Read more