Vehicles can only be accessed from the A1 motorway. Just take the “Villa Costanza” exit which is located between the Scandicci and Firenze Impruneta tollbooths.
Pedestrian access to the car park is free. Entry and exit are regulated by a security turnstile.
“Villa Costanza” is in effect a motorway exit. Before entering the parking area, you must pass the toll booth and pay the toll due for the stretch traveled to “Villa Costanza”. At the exit from the parking lot, cross the toll gate again and a new route is calculated that has “Villa Costanza” as the starting tollbooth.
Cars, campers, buses and tourist buses can stop. The following are NOT allowed: two-wheel vehicles, vehicles with trailers or appendix trolley, heavy good vehicles.
The following hourly price list is active in the parking lot:
first 30 minutes free
from 30 minutes to 1 hour: € 0.50
from 1 hour to 4 hours: € 2
from 4 hours to 10 hours: € 5
from 10 hours up to 24 hours: € 7
Stopping hours exceeding the first 24 will be valued according to the price ranges indicated in the price list, for example:
30 hours of stop = First 24 hours € 7.00 + additional 6 hours € 5 = € 12.00 total expenditure
The car can be parked up to a maximum of 30 consecutive days.
For longer stops, management authorization is required.
The tram stop is located outside the parking lot, just a few steps away from the security turnstile that regulates the exit and entrance to the area. Get out of your car and get on the tram in just a few steps.
The tramway is a light surface train for public transport that operates in the urban area of Florence and Scandicci. The T1 Line, Villa Costanza – Careggi, was inaugurated on February 14, 2010.
Line T1 has 26 stops in the municipalities of Scandicci and Florence. The entire route measures 11.5 km and can be covered in about 40 minutes. The journey time from Villa Costanza to the “Alamanni Stazione” stop, at the Santa Maria Novella Station and the historic center of Florence, is approximately 22 minutes. For more information and details on timetables and journeys, consult the website of the company that manages the service: www.gestramvia.com
NO. The tram ticket is not included in the parking fee.
Tickets for the tramway can be purchased at the automatic ticket offices in the car park and at the bus stop, open 24 hours a day. It is also possible to purchase a single tram ticket also by SMS.
The tramway is in service every day from 5 am to 00.30 am. On Friday and Saturday the service ends at 2am the following night.
The first run from Villa Costanza leaves at 5:32. The last race starts from Villa Costanza at 00.10. A daytime run is made every 4 minutes and 20 seconds. The maximum wait for a night race is 9 minutes. More information on the website of the company that manages the tramway, www.gestramvia.com.
The area of the Villa Costanza car park is located in a fenced and protected area, outside the city road network. The car park is equipped with a 24-hour remote video surveillance system.