If you go to Valencia by car it might be useful to know where you can park. That is why Tours Valencia has made a list containing some tips and parking possibilities. Did you know that Valencia is a great city to discover by bike? As soon as you park you car you could explore the city with our bike route.
Search your parking spot
By using ‘parkopedia’ you can look for parking spots throughout Valencia, just by filling in the address around which you would want to park your car. The price per hour and the exact address of the parking spot will be visible. You can even calculate the expected price on the website. The price is usually around €2,50 per hour and €22 per day.
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List of parking garages in the city centre
Lys Sl – Calle Martínez Cubells 5, 46002 Valencia
Bisbal E Hijos Sl – Calle Xàtiva 5, 46002 Valencia
San Agustin -Plaza San Agustín S/N, 46002 Valencia
Metropark – Plaza Tetuán S/N, -46003 Valencia
Empark aparcamiento y Servicios – Calle Cirilo Amorós 8, 46004 Valencia
Cyesa – Calle Colón 60, 46004 Valencia
Destro Sa – Calle Isabel La Católica 8, 46004 Valencia
Amparo Burdeos Mar – Calle Pizarro 28-30, 46004 Valencia
Metropark Apa – Plaza Porta De La Mar S/N, 46004 Valencia
H.R. Perez – C/Almirante Cadarso 15, 46005 Valencia
Garaje Park San Jose – Calle Burriana 27, 46005 Valencia
Galeria Jorge Juan – Jorge Juan, 21, 46004 Valencia
EL CORTE INGLÉS – Calle Colón 27, 46004 Valencia
Garaje Astoria – Calle Cádiz 34, 46006 Valencia
Pizarro Doce – Carrer de Pizarro, 12, 46004 Valencia, Spanje
Aparcamiento Mercado de Colón – Calle Martínez Ferrando, 46004 Valencia, Spanje
Park and ride means you will park your car close to a metro station and get a ride from there into the city.Parking is free,you only need to buy ametro ticket to make your way into the centre. The P+R spots are located at the following metro stations:
• La Pobla de Vallbona,
• Valencia Sud,
• Fuente de Jarro,
• Seminari-CEU, Bétera,
• Santa Rita.
There are several possibilities to find paid parking in the streets of Valencia. Paid parking zones are marked with a blue line.
There are some possibilities to park for free in Valencia. At Paseo de la Alameda for example, which runs along the Turia park. You just have to cross the park and you will be right in the centre of the city. Usually there are some people present at those parking spots who will point you to the free spots where you can park. They will ask some money, but you can decide for yourself whether you give them something or not.
• If you stay in a hostel in the city it might be a good idea to check beforehand is there are parking spaces available. Some hotels offer a free parking lot to hotel guests.
• When you looking for a parking space at the streets remember not to park your car when you see yellow lines. These spaces are reserved for companies and exits. Furthermore you should look out for traffic signs that for example say that you can only park there between certain times.