Where to park in Milan?
Going to Milan by car and don’t know where to park? Your problems are over! Today I bring you a post much requested by readers: where to park in Milan? Being a big city, Milan offers excellent options for leaving your car during your stay in the capital of Italian fashion.
Milan is the capital of the Lombardy region and one of the largest Italian cities. Like any metropolitan center, traffic can be chaotic, but it offers excellent public transport options, but if you’re traveling by car, don’t worry: Milan has great options for those who need to park their car comfortably and safely. Find out now where to park in Milan. Also read: How to use public transport in Milan?; and visit our section: Driving in Italy!
- The center of Milan is all ZTL and is therefore monitored by cameras 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so be careful not to enter these zones, okay?! Find out here how the ZTL’s (Limited Traffic Zone) work.
Attention to the Parking Zones Division in Milan
Well, as we said, Milan is huge and because of this it is divided into parking zones. Furthermore, there are prices and times that may differ from one zone to another. Below is how the parking zones are divided in Milan and their respective prices:
Area C: Area 1 (historic center) and Bulwarks 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Fixed rate for every day:
- From 8:00 am to 7:00 pm – €3.00/h for the first 2 hours of parking; 4.50€/h in the following hours.
- From 7 pm to midnight – €3.00/h for the first 2 hours of parking, free for the following hours.
Corona Filoviaria: Scopes 2, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23
- Corona Filoviaria (standard) and commercial areas: weekdays + public holidays in December, from 8 am to 7 pm – €2.00/h, Cenisio: during the week, from 8 am to midnight: €2.00/h;
- Buzzi Hospital: every day, from 8 am to 7 pm – €2.00/h;
- Filoviaria (Fascia Critica): every day, from 8 am to midnight: €2.00/h.
Extra-Filoviary Area: Areas 25, 30, 31, 34, 35, 36, 40, 42, 43 and Clover: San Donato 38
- Paid from Monday to Friday (excluding holidays), from 8 am to 1 pm: €1.20/h;
- Extra-Filoviaria – Intercâmbio Ambito 38 (Via Impastato), payment of the fee every day, from 6:00 am to 1:00 am with a fee according to the time slot: Up to 5 hours: €1.50 – From 5 to 10 hours: 2.00 € – From 10 am to 3 pm: €2.50 – From 3 pm to 7 pm €4.00.
Area of San Siro: 8
- Payment from Monday to Friday (except holidays) from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm: €1.20/h;
- Rate on weekdays for events at the Meazza Stadium and/or the Hippodrome, from 8:00 am to 12:00 am: €1.20/h or €10 for a single day; public holidays from 12:00h to 24:00h: €1.20/h or €10 single night – sports square.
- Daily rate: every day from 00:00 to 24:00 excluding days of sporting events at Meazza Stadium: €1.20/h or €10 single daily rate.
Hospital areas: Hospital San Carlo 8, Hospital San Paolo 25, Hospital Niguarda 43, Instituto de Tumors 31;
- Hospital São Carlos (8) daily rate, from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm: € 1.20/h;
- On days of events at Meazza Stadium and/or San Siro Racecourse, from 8am to midnight: €1.20/h or €10 single night;
- San Paolo Hospital (25), Cancer Institute (31), Niguarda Hospital (43): flat fee every day from 8 am to 7 pm: €1.20/h.
- These rates are valid for parking in the BLUE lines! After paying for parking at the parking meter, leave the receipt clearly visible on the car’s dashboard! Remembering that in Milan the “fine” itself is not always left, only a notification of the infraction; the fine will be delivered to your home as soon as available!
- To have access to the FULL table of prices and times of zones with vacancies, click here! If you want to see ALL AVAILABLE SPOTS on the map, CLICK HERE!
For those who don’t want to pay to park on the street
If you want to save money, you can try your luck at a place a little further away. A good option is close to Milan’s central station. Although it is quite difficult to find a vacancy there, it is not impossible! Also read: What to visit near Milan?
- Head onto Via Copernico or the lanes behind the station. It’s easier to find vacancies there! But don’t tell anyone I told you that!
- Lambrate Station can also be a good option. Near the Maggiore cemetery you can also find good parking spaces – as well as around this perimeter.
- To check ALL Milan ZTLs, click here!
Milan also offers great – and well-located – private parking. Are worth? If you prefer to be more relaxed about security, it ends up being worth it, because Milan is a big city, and thefts of vehicles or personal objects that may be inside cars parked on the streets are not uncommon. Find out here: Six must-see monuments in Milan?
A very well located car park is Doria Parking. It is next to Milan Central Station and its location allows you to walk around the city without any difficulty. Parking costs €2.10 per hour, or €30 per day. Access is via Via Andrea Doria, 22 – the place is open 24 hours a day and offers great access to the subway lines, which makes it very easy for anyone who wants to go downtown without a car!
Parcheggio Milano Porta Nuova Garibaldi
Another very well located car park is Parcheggio Milano Porta Nuova Garibaldi. It is also very well located and offers affordable prices. This car park is located at 47 Viale Don Luigi Sturzo – and the maximum daily rate is 14 euros.
Parcheggio Milano Majno
A good option is also the Parcheggio Milano Majno. Well located, it also belongs to the parking company mentioned above. As it is closer to the center, the value undergoes a slight change, with a daily rate of 24 euros.
If you’re looking for something even more central, head to Milano Mascagni. Just a 15-minute walk from the Duomo, it has a spectacular location! The cost-benefit ratio is also great: the daily rate costs 24 euros and gives you access to the main points of the city.
Check if your hotel has parking and if the daily rate is already included in the room price, as many of them charge the service separately.
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