Underground car park Riva Reno
, 40122 Bologna
051 4222114 +39 349 4012982
From 1st to 3rd hour, each hour or part thereof € 2,90
From 4th to 6th hour, each hour or part € 2,10
From 7th to 9th hour, each hour or part thereof € 1,40
From 9th to 10th hour, each hour or part thereof € 0,80
Maximum daily tariff € 20,00
Car Park Description
Riva Reno parking in Bologna
The Riva Reno car park in Bologna is located a stone's throw from the historic center of the Emilian town and the center of numerous points of historical and tourist interest. It is a multi-storey car park that has a total of 540 parking spaces. It is close to the main historical monuments, public offices, and to all attractions such as: shops, restaurants, hotels, bookshops, cinemas and sports centers. Parking is easy to reach, using the main city arteries and ideal for a visit to the city of Bologna. It is also located close to the Bologna Centrale railway station. The spaces for cars are very comfortable and the management of the entrance and exit are managed by an automated system equipped with video surveillance with remote assistance available at all times, 24 hours a day.
Furthermore, the entry and exit service with Telepass is available.
The car park is equipped with automatic payment machines for cash, credit card or debit card.
Each Apcoa parking offers subscription services with a dedicated hourly rate. In this regard, you can visit our website.
Bologna, the capital of the Emilia-Romagna region, is one of the most interesting cities in Italy from a historical and architectural point of view. It retains traces of the medieval era and is renowned worldwide for art and its culinary specialties. It reached its peak in the thirteenth century, also thanks to the birth of the university. It is an extremely dynamic and cosmopolitan city, thanks to the presence of numerous university faculties.
With about 400,000 inhabitants, it is one of the most important cities in northern Italy, home to numerous commercial and industrial activities. Each year it hosts important exhibitions and fairs dedicated to the world of work in a dedicated and avant-garde exhibition center.
Adjacent to the parking lot is the Park 11 September 2001, born in memory of the tragic event that involved views of the Twin Towers.
It is difficult to choose which monuments to visit given the wealth of this city.
Moving north, less than 3 minutes on foot you can meet the Cavaticcio Park, the Mambo, Bologna Museum of Modern Art and the GAM, Gallery of Modern Art.
Choosing instead to go north-west you will find yourself in front of the Church of Saints Philip and James and, following the west direction, about 7 minutes walk to the Stefano Casagrande Garden.
Of considerable interest, a mirror of the culture of the area, once you have crossed the John Klemlen Garden, you will arrive at the Mercato Ritrovato, a market with local products where you can buy the specialties of this area of Emilia-Romagna.
At this point we can move to the South and South West area, where immediately, 3 minutes walk away is the Sympò, an important congress center and venue for numerous exhibitions.
Two minutes on foot and you have arrived at PalaDozza, a sports complex hosting important events.
Adjacent to the Decorated Garden to the civil value. From here, walking for 4 minutes in a southerly direction the Crypt of San Zama and Palazzo Pallavicini, a museum of art with a timeless charm. One minute further south and you will be struck by the Basilica of San Francesco, a 13th century French Gothic church with the beautiful Piazza Malpighi, the Park of San Francesco with the tombs of the Glossatori and the Torresotto di Porta Nuova.
Another characteristic element of the city of Bologna is, always in a southerly direction with respect to the parking lot, but at about one minute from the Basilica of San Francesco in an easterly direction, the Mercato delle Erbe, fresh produce market.
The city center is now one step away: five minutes on foot and you will have arrived in Piazza Maggiore where you will be conquered by the historic center and its numerous monuments such as: the Basilica of San Petronio, patron saint of the city, the two towers and all the other spectacular glimpses of this wonderful city of Emilia-Romagna.
During the year, Bologna hosts numerous events and shows ranging from theater, to music, to the traditional events of a land rich in history and culture, up to the most modern and contemporary trends.
Do not miss the art fair, a worldwide event in the exhibition center, which attracts many visitors from all over the world every year.
In March the usual Bologna Marathon and the celebrations and anniversaries for an artist symbol of the city of Bologna: Lucio Dalla.
Another landmark event for many years now is the Bologna Children’s Book Fair, the children's publishing fair par excellence. It is held in May.
To stay informed about the numerous events, we recommend visiting the website of the Bologna tourist office bolognawelcome.com, full of information on all the activities of this dynamic city, with all the must-see stops for an unforgettable holiday. The tourist office is physically located in Piazza Maggiore.