Parking has been regulated for a long time, more often to prohibit or restrict its use on public roads than to organize it…
A Little History
The first parking regulation that we can remember to this day, sends us back, seven centuries before Jesus Christ. with the king of Assyria, Sennacherid, who indicates along the main artery of Nineveh that the parking of tanks is prohibited to leave enough space for the troops and processions of ceremonies. These regulations decreed by the monarch already aimed to organize the use of the roads while allowing him to mark his authority. Unlike Nineveh, it is the narrowness of the streets of Rome that motivates the Emperor Julius Caesar to publish a similar regulation, perpetrated since, by our ancestors.
Unlike Nineveh, it is the narrowness of the streets of Rome that motivates the Emperor Julius Caesar to publish a similar regulation, perpetrated since, by our ancestors.
Listen your instinct
An urban adventure to which the city does not escape, like all major agglomerations.With a very picky parking system, the best is to look for a warm place in a paid parking and secure.
Avoid saturated car parks and manned by men who ask you for your keys.
Number of parking: over 100
Average price: between 18 and 40 euros / day
Access: The city center car parks are so old that the best thing to do is to leave your keys at the entrance of the car park and let you guide. Good plan: Intersection recommends using the car parks managed by the ATM company. To date, it operates 21 throughout the city and they offer the advantage of being located next to public transport: subways, train stations or airport. The opportunity to stroll through the Milanese streets without stress.