Where to park in Valencia

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Car Park in Valencia

Where to park in Valencia
Park in Valencia whether you go to Las Fallas or you come to see the procession of the Verge dels Desamparats. Book your parking space with Parkimeter and don't worry! Do not forget to visit the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciènces or to taste a Paella!

Where to park in Valencia

If you have chosen Valencia for your holidays or you are travelling for business and you have decided to come with your car, parking in Valencia as in all big cities has many restrictions. If you are staying in a hotel you should find out if your hotel is one of the hotels with parking in Valencia and what the price for parking in Valencia might be in order to make the best decision before booking. The daily rates in most public car parks in Valencia have regressive prices, i.e. the price per day is reduced as the number of days booked increases, which is not usually the case in hotels. If you are absent-minded and don't book parking for days, be aware that you can be charged for parking by the minute, which is much more expensive.

Long stay parking Valencia

If you are coming for a few weeks you may prefer to find a lowcost parking Valencia. This decision can be highly recommended if you have decided not to use your car often, since, if it is not a nearby parking, you will spend the difference on public transport.

The 19 districts of Valencia and Ciutat Vella

The city of Valencia is administratively divided into 19 districts: Ciutat Vella, Eixample, Extramurs, Campanar, La Zaidía, El Pla del Real, L'Olivereta, Patraix, Jesús, Quatre Carreres, Poblados Marítimos, Camins al Grau, Algirós, Benimaclet, Rascaña, Benicalap, Poblados del Norte, Poblados del Oeste and Poblados del Sur. Due to the distribution of the city, you have to know that finding parking in Ciutat Vella , being the oldest area of the city is very difficult, as there are not many car parks in this district.

The best parking providers in Valencia city centre

In Parkimeter you will find the best public car parks, both from prestigious chains such as SABA and APK2, but also car parks that do not belong to chains, as long as they are monitored and with the maximum guarantees.

Parking in Valencia city centre

The district of Quatre Carreres is the most populated district in the city of Valencia and the largest. It is made up of seven neighbourhoods: Monteolivete, En Corts, Malilla, Fuente San Luis, Na Rovella, La Punta and Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias. The district has numerous points of interest although, without a doubt, the main tourist attraction in the area is the City of Arts and Sciences.

Parking in the City of Arts and Sciences Valencia is not so easy and it is advisable to be proactive and invest some time in Parkimeter to get the best parking space, the closest to your destination, the one that meets the services you have requested and with the best price. If you want to walk around the centre we recommend you to look for parking Mestalla, close to El Miguelete, the Museum of Fine Arts San Pio V, the Museum of Natural Sciences of Valencia and the University of Valencia.

Parking Hospital General Universitari and Hospital Provincial

If you want to park near the hospital universitario valencia, we recommend you look for parking hospital general tres cruces or parking hospital general universitario valencia. Both are located near the Bioparc and the History Museum.

The Central Market of Valencia

The Central Market of the city of Valencia is located in the Plaza Ciudad de Brujas, in the heart of the Ciutat Vella. It is considered one of the masterpieces of Valencian modernism and is one of the oldest functioning markets in Europe. For this reason, it has obtained the title of "Bien de Interés Cultural".

Valencia AVE Station, Cruise Port and Valencia North Station

If you are a regular commuter train passenger, Parkimeter has car parks within a two-minute walk of Estación Nord Valencia such as parking renfe Valencia. 800 metres south of Estación del Norte, you will find Joaquín Sorolla Station, Valencia AVE station.

If you are going on an MSC cruise in the Mediterranean or on an Acciona or Balearia cruise to the Balearic Islands, Parkimeter has a VIP car park with an exclusive official licence for the collection and delivery of vehicles at the departure and arrival terminals. Bear this in mind when planning your trip.

Parking in the center of Valencia

Valencia is one of the largest and most popular cities in Spain. It is located on the southeast coast and is noted for its good climate and famous Mediterranean beaches. This destination is ideal to come on vacation or even to relax after a long day of work. If you are visiting the city and have brought your car, parking in the center of Valencia is the best option to make the most of your time here.

From the center it is always easier to get around any corner of the city. However, it is not the easiest way to park your car, and you only have two options, parking on the street or in a public parking lot. Both options are usually paid. For this reason, and to save you possible long searches for a parking space, we recommend reserving in a public parking lot in the center. This is undoubtedly the most convenient and safe way. Through the Parkimeter platform you can search for parking spaces in any of the city's neighborhoods and book online in just a few minutes.

Parking in a public parking lot in Ciutat Vella

Ciutat Vella is the old town of Valencia. This neighborhood is undoubtedly your best option for parking in the center. Here are concentrated most of the tourist and cultural attractions of the city such as: The Cathedral of Valencia, noted for its mixture of styles with Gothic being the predominant; Torres de Quart, one of the gates of the medieval wall of Valencia that is still preserved; Lonja de la Seda, one of the most important key points in Valencia's 15th century commercial history; La Plaza del Ayuntamiento, where the sculpture of the 15th century jurat en cap, Francesc de Vinatea, is located. If you go through this last area, you will find a wide variety of shops, restaurants, bars and cinemas. Also, if you decide to park in Ciutat Vella, you can take public transportation to get to other places of interest that are further away, such as its beautiful beaches and port. In any case, before anything else, we suggest you book a parking in Ciutat Vella to ensure your parking space, especially for being the most central area.

Parking on the street in the Center of Valencia

If on the other hand, you prefer to try street parking, you should know that it is not very simple, especially if you are in the center. Also, you have to take into account that most of the streets are regulated, which means that they are payable. You can park in the blue zone (high turnover) and the orange zone (preferential use for residents).

L' Eixample, 3. Extramurs, 4. Campanar, 5. La Saïdia, 6. El Plà Del Real, 7. L' Olivereta, 8. Patraix, 9. Jesús, 10. Quatre Carreres, 11. Poblats Marítims, 12. Camins Al Grau, 13. Algirós, 14. Benimaclet, 15.

The schedules of both zones generally operate from Monday to Saturday: from 9:00 to 21:00 hours and on Sundays and holidays it is free of charge.

In the following districts: District 7 (L' Olivereta: Calle Linares, Calle Lorca, Calle Democracia, Calle Brasil), District 12 (Camins Al Grau: Calle Santos Justo y Pastor, Calle Pobla de Farnals, Plaza San Felipe Neri, Calle Rodríguez de Cepeda), District 13 (Algirós: Calle Doctor Vicente Pallares, Calle Campoamor), District 14 (Benimaclet: Calle Emilio Baro, Calle Dolores Marques), the schedule is from Monday to Friday from 9 am to 9 pm and Saturday from 9 am to 2 pm.

We advise you to take into consideration that street parking has a time limit, so if you prefer to park in a more flexible way, we suggest you book a parking space in a public parking lot.

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