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Car parking in Cardiff city center

in Wales
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  • ses6jwgses6jwg Forumite
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    We used the Park N Ride by Companies House yesterday.

    £3 all day, buses every 10 minutes. Yes picked up at the top of Greyfriars road by the Hilton.

    Plenty of room in the multi-story.

    Great service.
  • Beware, park&ride mon to friday from New Cardiff City football ground is £3 per person.
  • edited 9 April 2012 at 12:20PM
    manulikemanulike Forumite
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    edited 9 April 2012 at 12:20PM
    The most convenient street parking in central Cardiff is ‘pay & display’ parking machines along Park Lane & Windsor Place, mere 5 minutes walk away from Cardiff Castle – £3 for 5 hours - CF10 3BZ.
    If these parking spaces are taken, you are well advised to try St Andrews Crescent, across Dumfries Lane / Stuttgart Strasse –
    All these cost only £3 for FIVE HOURS of parking in central Cardiff and parking is FREE after 6pm – thus, arrive AFTER 1pm and park until the following day for only £3! Post code CF10 3DB or see map.

    Capitol Shopping Centre Cardiff SUNDAY & WHOLE WEEKEND parking is cheapest:
    Its on the North end of Queen Street - enter via Churchill Way (CF10 2HD).
    where all-day parking from 10am on Sundays costs a mere £2.
    Cardiff Weekend Parking from 6pm Friday until Sunday is only £15.
    Parking M
    onday to Saturday: Up to 4 hours parking is a very reasonable £5.
    After 6pm secure parking until the following morning costs £1.

    Parking at
    St David 2 centre Cardiff is only reasonable up to 5 hours:
    £3 up to 2 hours; £4 up to 3 hours; £5 up to 4 hours £6 up to 5 hours.
    NOTE: parking after 5pm has now risen to £2 (until 6am).

    Greyfriars Road Cardiff multi-story parking charges per 2 hours
    is a VERY EXPENSIVE £5.90 (but free up to 1 hour...)
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