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Brindisi Port Parking

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Garage Santa Chiara Brindisi Port
  • Approximate Distance
  • Transfer Duration
    7 mins
  • Transfer Frequency
    On demand
At Garage Santa Chiara you can park your vehicle and reach Brindisi port by shuttle bus. It is open 24 hours and has open air, under-cover, and 'anti-hail' parking spaces (protected from above).
They can accept all types of vehicles and you pay when you get to the car park!
ParkinGo Brindisi Port Open Air
  • Approximate Distance
  • Transfer Duration
    5 min
  • Transfer Frequency
    On demand
Open Air Car Park. Open 24hr with Shuttle Bus service included in the price!
  • Shuttle bus
  • Insured car park
  • Secure parking
  • Undercover parking
  • 24 hours / 7 days a week

For those arriving to Brindisi port in private transport, you will find that the car parks listed on our website are close to the port, easy to reach, secure, and above all, very good value! For information about the Brindisi port parking available, just click on the two operators' logos above to find out more about each car park and the services they offer.

If you decide to go ahead with the booking for Brindisi port parking, it couldn't be more simple: enter your dates and times for vehicle pick-up and drop-off then click 'Search'. Proceed to the booking form, fill it in, and make payment (if required). Once you have confirmed your booking, you will receive a text message plus your booking voucher via email with all the vital information including car park address, road directions, phone number and GPS coordinates!

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Brindisi Port

Brindisi port is a natural harbour and the departure point for not only cruise ships and ferries but also commercial shipping. The docking area for cruise liners is close to the historic town centre. This is great news for passengers who have time for a quick visit of Brindisi itself.

Brindisi Port, established in the eighth century BC, has a rich trading and military history. Its deep, natural harbour sits well with the picturesque outline of this historic town.

Due to its location, the Port of Brindisi holds a strategic position within the Adriatic region and has been fought over through the ages by different empires of the Mediterranean.

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