Photographer's Note

If you are going to drive into Rome and wish to park your car during your stay, you should seriously consider the expense and trouble before going ahead with this.

Firstly, the historic centre is heavily restricted with cameras at most points of entry, and in some parts, the traffic police prevent those who want to enter regardless of the fine. For non-residents without a pass on their car windscreen, there is a fine of around Euro 60 if you drive into the centre. Then once you get into the centre there is no parking available and if you do park without a permit you will likely be fined, wheel blocked or towed away… parking in Rome is not a pretty picture!

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Additional Photos by Daniel Draghici (dkmurphys) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 5329 W: 83 N: 10054] (70331)
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