Cruise Parking in Galveston Offers Easy Access to the City’s Best Spots
Are you planning to depart from the Port of Galveston, Texas on a Royal Caribbean, Carnival or Disney cruise in the coming weeks? If that’s the case, we’d like to recommend reserving a spot at EZ Cruise Parking. It offers convenient access to the cruise ship’s departure area and the city’s Historic Strand District.
Our cruise parking in Galveston offers easy check-in/check-out, shuttle service, baggage transport, slip-on car covers and access to the previously mentioned cruise lines. As we alluded to earlier, our main cruise parking lot is also situated a mere two blocks from the Port of Galveston and is very close to The Strand.
The Strand is a wonderful place to shop, dine and visit several of Galveston’s wonderful attractions before or after a cruise. For instance, you could enjoy a walk through the Texas Seaport Museum. It is home to an authentic, barque sailing ship from the 1800s. Known as the Elissa, she will undoubtedly stand in stark comparison to your chosen cruise liner. You’ll also be able to learn about other vessels like the Santa Maria.
To fully appreciate what the museum and historic ship have to offer, factor a minimum of one hour into your day’s itinerary. If you can squeeze in at least another hour’s worth of touring time, consider asking the museum staff about the Seaport Package. The package includes access to the museum and ship as well as a harbor tour. There is also a restaurant near the museum where you can grab lunch or dinner. It is called the Fisherman’s Wharf Restaurant. They serve amazing shrimp kisses, crab queso, lobster rolls, po-boys and more.
For more information about cruise parking in Galveston, please contact us at (409) 939-0648. We should also note that those who book their parking space online are eligible to receive a substantial discount.
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