Eataly provides free parking in the large parking lot on Via Santa Teresa in Borgo Roma, which has 700 parking spaces. From 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., all visitors arriving by car can leave their vehicles and take public transportation to the city center. As a result, the parking lot is transformed into a hub capable of facilitating multimodal mobility.
The goals are to improve and make the road system safer, reduce pollution by promoting public transportation, find free parking spots for visitors, and, as a result, reserve downtown stalls for residents. Parking is in fact only charged from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. (Eataly closing time) and is free for those who shop at the store.
As of last Monday, September 18, drivers from out of town can enter the parking lot by receiving a ticket and parking. The only days that are not covered by the agreement are those when fairs are held.
From the Eataly free parking lot to the city center
Six ATV (auto trasporti Verona) lines run every eight minutes on weekdays and every 20 minutes on Sundays and holidays in and around Santa Teresa Street (Viale dell’Agricoltura and Scuderlano Street). Except for line 72, which runs to San Fermo, the lines 21, 22, 23, 24, and 41 all go to Via Diaz.
There are also 30 VeronaBike bike stalls on Via Santa Teresa and another 20 on Via del Lavoro where people can rent a bike and continue their journey on the bike routes. Eataly is 1.5 kilometers away from Porta Nuova.