Where to Park

Would you like a dispas­sio­na­te advi­ce? Do not come to Rome with your car!

Rome has one of the highe­st car den­si­ty in the world its histo­ri­cal cen­ter, world’s olde­st and lar­ge­st, was defi­ni­te­ly not ima­gi­ned for car owners!

True Romans are accu­sto­med to traf­fic discom­fort: traf­fic jams, end­less queues on the Ring, scoo­ters sha­ving car hoods in defian­ce of all road rules, the exhau­sting search for par­king, are custo­ma­ry for them to live with or even joke with usual roman humor. But non-Roman could find it a near trau­ma!


Bed & Break­fa­st Roma Borgo91’s cen­tral loca­tion allo­ws easy access to all city areas by public trans­port, so our warm advi­ce is to lea­ve your car at home. But if you real­ly can­not do without it, the­re are various par­king oppor­tu­ni­ties in the sur­roun­dings. Below we list the main ones;


Street parking — WHITE Lines

Some roads in the district or its imme­dia­te nei­gh­bo­rhood have par­king spa­ces deli­mi­ted by WHITE lines, whe­re par­king is free during wee­k­days, inclu­ding Satur­days, for up to 3 hours display­ing the par­king disc.

Par­king on whi­te lines is always free on Sun­days and from 20.00 to 08.00 on wee­k­days.

Street parking — BLUE Lines

Many roads in the imme­dia­te nei­gh­bo­rhood have par­king spa­ces deli­mi­ted by BLUE lines, whe­re the par­king fare is € 1,00/hour bet­ween 8.00 and 20.00 or € 4,00/day on wee­k­days and Satur­days. Par­king fares can be paid with coins at on-road par­king meters or by pre-paid cou­pons bought at tobac­co­nists.

Par­king on blue lines is free on Sun­days and from 20.00 to 08.00 on wee­k­days.


Garage Parking

In the Bor­go area the­re are seve­ral par­king gara­ges and cove­red par­king for day­ti­me hours and night shel­ter.

Roma Borgo91 has spe­cial pri­ce arren­ge­men­ts with the Gara­ge del Fal­co, Via del Fal­co 36 (Tel. +39 06 6864239), only 100 m (110 yds) away from the bed & break­fa­st. Plea­se be aware that pla­ces are limi­ted and it’s bet­ter to check avai­la­bi­li­ty in advan­ce.