Karlsruhe, Germany (ots/PRNewswire) -
- The Global Parking Index report was launched last month and is
based on Parkopedia's own dataset, the most comprehensive and
accurate parking database in the world, covering more than 50
million parking spaces across 6,500 cities in 75 countries;
- Germany is the 1st country from the Parking Index to be analyzed in
depth; with data taken from the top 25 German cities;
- Drivers in Frankfurt pay more than anyone else in Germany for
their daily parking;
- Munich tops the list of most expensive German cities for monthly
These are just a few of the findings from Parkopedia's 2017 Global Parking Index: Germany. Other report highlights include:
Cost of parking for 2 hours
Despite Germany being Europe's largest economy, it has very cheap short-term parking.
Germany's most expensive city is Munich with an average parking cost of EUR5,11 (placing it at number 90 on the global list of most expensive cities to park in for two hours).
Daily cost of parking
Drivers in Frankfurt pay more than anyone else in Germany for their daily parking with an average daily rate of EUR15,90. This is still nowhere near the rate paid in the most expensive city in the world for daily parking: a hotel in central Sydney which charges EUR99,60 per day!
Monthly cost of parking
Unsurprisingly, Munich tops the list of most expensive German cities for monthly parking with a monthly rate of EUR151,86.
Interestingly (not forgetting that Germany is Europe's largest economy), this monthly rate is EUR0,89 cheaper than monthly parking in either Greece or Portugal!
To read the full report, please visit the Parkopedia website:
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Notes to editors:
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The service allows drivers to find the closest, cheapest or available parking to their destination, pay for it and navigate directly to the parking space.
Christina Onesirosan Martinez MBA MCIM
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