Где парковаться в Палермо

Where can you park in the centre of Palermo?

We help you choose your parking space in the centre of Palermo. If you like to be spontaneous, you can look for a car park with white stripes or a blue zone. The latter must be studied and can be difficult to reach (given the traffic), but they allow you to find cheap parking in the centre of Palermo.

The blue stripes in Palermo work in a peculiar way. On-street parking spaces are divided into different zones called blue zones, numbered from P1 to P18. Some are active all year round, others only during the summer season, and are very convenient for residents and workers.

The average rate for Palermo's blue zones is 1 euro per hour, which can be paid with normal parking meters or with prepaid 'scratch and park' cards. These cards can be purchased at all AMAT ticket offices or via the PalerMobility app. However, those who live or work in Palermo can also buy monthly subscriptions for €35 or even annual ones.

" What about me on holiday?" Unfortunately, these reductions are only available for those who are residents, but don't worry. It is easy to find cheap covered parking spaces to book. Here we suggest a few ;)

The best places to park if you want to visit the centre of Palermo are the Parcheggio Via Pignatelli Aragona - Teatro Massimo, the Parcheggio Piazza Principe di Camporeale and the Parcheggio Via Turrisi 12 - Tribunale di Palermo.

The Pignatelli Aragona may not be the largest car park in the centre of Palermo, but it stands out for the quality of its service and the courtesy of its staff. It is located between Piazza Giuseppe Verdi and Piazza San Francesco di Paolo, a short walk from the Teatro Massimo, the Archaeological Museum and many of Palermo's historic churches. It is also well connected to Piazza Castelnuovo, the Politeama Garibaldi Theatre and Palermo Cathedral.

With Parclick you can book a daily pass and visit Palermo at your own leisure. Not far away is the Via Turrisi 12 - Tribunale di Palermo car park, another excellent solution for parking in the city centre.

The Piazza Principe di Camporeale car park, on the other hand, is one of the best destinations for parking near the ZISA Castle. Not only is it covered, guarded, open 24 hours a day and only a 10 minute walk from the castle. It is also well connected to the rest of the city thanks to the stops of lines 106, 110, 442 and H2, and above all: it is the least expensive covered car park in the centre of Palermo. But if parking spaces are already sold out, don't worry, a few steps away you will also find the Via Antonio Veneziano - Castello Della Zisa car park, where you can book a daily pass at practically the same rates.

These are some of the car parks that can be reserved in the centre. If you look at the map, you will find many other solutions for everyone's needs. But what if I want to park elsewhere?

Where to park my car at Palermo airport?

If you have to leave Palermo in order to go to the airport, you can book a parking space with Parclick and forget about your worries.

By reserving a parking space with QUICK Parking, you will be able to park close to Palermo Airport within a 1 minute walk from the terminal. This facility offers covered parking for cars and motorbikes and a valet service that will allow you to leave your car at a designated spot and leave confident that the parking staff will take it to a safe place and return it to you on your arrival.

How much does it cost to leave my car at Palermo airport?

Official Palermo Airport car parks are free for the first 15 minutes of parking, thereafter they charge fees ranging from €3 per hour up to a maximum of €20 per day. There is a 30 minute tolerance period for the exit.

In addition, there are low-cost car parks with rates varying from 7 euro for 12 hours to 55 euro for 7 days. Their downside is that they cannot be booked, so you will have to blindly ride around hoping to find a parking space in time not to miss your flight.

Now you have all the information you need to enjoy your trip to Palermo. You know what to see, where to park in the centre and even how to find parking at the airport. So now all you have to do is choose the best solution for you and book your parking space in Palermo with Parclick.

More information about Palermo

Palermo is one of the largest cities in Italy, the fifth largest in terms of population after Rome, Milan, Naples and Turin. It is also the second largest city in southern Italy, being second only to Naples.

Palermo is the regional capital of Sicily, one of the most enchanting regions in Italy, home to a cultural heritage and landscape unparalleled in the world.

Over the centuries, Palermo has undergone numerous dominations, from the Carthaginians to the Greeks, from the Romans to the Byzantines, lasting almost 1,000 years. This continuous alternation of peoples has inherited the city's rich history, with monuments from every era and style, making Palermo a beautiful and fascinating mix of cultures and traditions waiting to be discovered.

Palermo lays in the western part of the island and, like most of Sicily's large cities, faces directly onto the Mediterranean Sea, while behind it rises a mountain range that makes the city's natural panorama even more impressive.

As a city that definitely deserves a multi-day visit to be fully appreciated, Palermo can be alternated with a few days on the island's most beautiful beaches.

Several cruise ships also depart from the port of Palermo with itineraries throughout the Mediterranean.

Regardless of the reason for your visit to Palermo, if you need a parking space, Parclick is there to help. Thanks to Parclick, you can find and book the best car parks in Palermo with a simple click. Choose between parking in the centre of the city or parking at the Port of Palermo, where you can leave your car before embarking on a wonderful cruise. Leave without any concerns, knowing that you have left your vehicle in good hands, in a supervised and guarded car park, and of course at the best price thanks to Parclick.

Getting around and parking in Palermo

Despite the fact that there is not yet a restricted traffic zone in place that forbids or regulates vehicle access and circulation in the city, driving in Palermo can often be both inconvenient and difficult. Traffic is always very intense, chaotic and, to put it mildly, 'wild', and many streets, especially in the centre, are not accessible by car, because they are either entirely pedestrianised or too narrow to be travelled.

On top of that, there is the problem of parking, which is also often very 'creative'. The risk of being fined for parking in a restricted area is an everyday problem.

For all these reasons, Parclick recommends booking your parking space in Palermo online. Just choose your favourite car park, book your space with a simple click and when you arrive in the city you can park directly without wasting a minute. Forget about fines and traffic jams and enjoy your visit to Palermo.

Getting around Palermo

After a few hours in Palermo, you will realise that having parked your car with Parclick was a great idea, because you will be able to reach all the main points of interest in the historic centre of Palermo by foot.

There is also a good public transport service in the city, allowing you to move easily from one neighbourhood to another, reaching all areas of Palermo, including the Port of Palermo, the old port known as La Cala, Palermo Central Station and Palermo Punta Raisi Airport.

The entire city is served by two lines of the metropolitan railway service: the railway ring (from Roccella to Punta Raisi) and the railway ring (from Palermo Notarbartolo to Giachery). In addition, there are 4 tram lines and 100 bus lines (90 ordinary, 3 special and 7 seasonal). In addition, a city bike-sharing service with 420 bicycles has recently been activated.

What to see in Palermo

As already mentioned, Palermo is a city rich in history, monuments and museums. If you are in Palermo for a visit of a few days, you cannot miss the Palermo Cathedral, the Palazzo dei Normanni, the Palazzo della Zisa, the Church of San Cataldo, the Church of the Martorana and the Church of San Giovanni Degli Eremiti, all UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

But Palermo still has many other locations to discover, such as Piazza Pretoria, the Archaeological Park of Castellammare, the Teatro Massimo, the Catacombe Dei Cappuccini, the Teatro Politeama Garibaldi, and this is just the beginning!

There are also numerous museums in Palermo, such as the Galleria Nazionale della Sicilia 'Palazzo Abatellis' (National Gallery of Sicily), the Museo Archeologico Regionale Antonio Salinas (Regional Archaeological Museum) and the GAM (Galleria d'Arte Moderna di Sant'Anna).

There are also beautiful wildlife sanctuaries and many other museums, archaeological sites, villas, parks, palaces, churches and gardens that are definitely worth a visit!

Thanks to Parclick, visiting Palermo becomes a real pleasure, because you can book the best parking spaces in the city centre of Palermo, which are both convenient and safe, allowing you to move around the city comfortably by foot. Parking in Palermo has never been so quick and easy

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Super professional parking crew! Love it!


Very pleasant and friendly man who parked car and had car ready for us returning.


Personnels très attentifs, courtois et professionnels. Nous n'avons eu aucuns soucis pour l’accès à la voiture quand nous le souhaitions. Nous le recommandons.


Nous avons été super bien accueilli La personne est très gentille et aidante Elle nous a conseillé les visites de la ville nous recommandons


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Très bien et tellement rare à Palerme de pouvoir réserver en amont un parking sécurisé !


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