Amalfi Coast (Maiori)
||Easy Parking is located in Salerno, near the new Cittadella Giudiziaria and the Grand Hotel Salerno, about 200 meters from the SITA Bus Terminal that connects Salerno with Amalfi, Ravello, Positano and other beautiful places in the area. Salerno Central Station is about 900 metres far from the car park.
||Easy Parking is guarded and under video surveillance 24/7. The personnel is experienced and qualified and your vehicle will be in good hands. The car park offers its customers services such as free Wi-Fi, a recently renovated reception room and a modern Front Office where the check in procedure will be carried out.
Easy Parking also offers a Bike & Scooter rental service. Once you have parked your car, you can rent bikes and/or scooters, to easily reach the city centre or make beautiful excursions in the surroundings.
|Shuttle Bus Service:
||With the shuttle bus service you will reach Salerno Central Station in approximately 10 minutes, the Port of Salerno in approximately 10 minutes, Salerno City Centre in approximately 15 minutes, and Costa D'Amalfi Airport in approximately 20 minutes. The service is free of charge.
The shuttle bus is not active at scheduled time, but it is available anytime according to the customers' needs.
PLEASE NOTE: During the event "Luci d'artista" (that takes place every year in the Christmas season) the shuttle service to the Station, the City Centre and the Port will NOT be available on Fridays, Saturday and Sundays from 15:30 to 00:00.
Due to the “coronavirus” (COVID-19) emergency, the shuttle service is available from Monday to Saturday from 08:00 to 20:00. On Sundays from 08:00 to 18:00
||Use the map to locate the parking and get indications.
After the booking you will get address and dedicated phone numbers on your MyParking voucher
||The Easy Parking is located about 200 meters from the SITA Bus Terminal, which connects Salerno with Amalfi, Ravello and Positano, and about 900 meters from the railway station of Salerno.
The historical center preserves intact its original structure and walking through the alleys you can admire the Cathedral, dedicated to the patron St. Matthew, the provincial museum and the diocesan museum, the sixteenth-century Church of the Annunziata and the Villa Comunale, one of the most beloved places by Salerno's inhabitants.