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Where you can park in Turin

We work closely with the local government in Turin so you can enjoy the privilege of free legal street parking all around the Home Area. A rule of thumb when you look for parking is to ask yourself: Would I leave my own car here?

You can park almost anywhere1. But where can you stopover or end a trip?

Stopover
in Home Area
Stopover
outside Home Area
End trip
in Home Area
Public parking
Paid and free
YesYesYes
EU Blue Zones
Own parking disk needed
YesYes
Only in Turin
Yes
No multistorey and parking spots with barrier
Restricted parking in San Salvario
Disabled parking, bus lanes, pedestrian lanes
YesYes
Restricted traffic zones (ZTL)
"Zona a traffico limitato"
YesYes
car2go parking spots
Garages, airports, etc.
YesYes
Caselle Airport (5,90€)
Centro Commerciale Le Gru (free)
Time-restricted parking
Open-air markets, bus lanes, loading zones, moving zones, etc.
YesYesNo
Private parking
Supermarkets, companies, private property, etc.
YesYesNo
Public parking garages
With no car2go parking spots
Yes
Parking is at your own cost
Yes
Parking is at your own cost
No
Restricted traffic zones (ZTL) of ValentinoNoNoNo
Restricted traffic zones (ZTL) for public transport and taxiNoNoNo
Restricted traffic zones (ZTL) by public transport
ZTL for public transport and taxi
NoNoNo

1. There may be special arrangements for parking in each car2go city. We recommend looking up your city's parking conditions to see which rules apply before starting your trip. In all cases, you're not allowed to end trips outside the Home Area.