Dundee Bank Street
Located on the Tay Estuary, Dundee has the honour of being the sunniest city in Scotland. In addition to its sunny disposition, the city has also been awarded the title ‘UNESCO City of Design’, in recognition of its progressive approach to expansion, while keeping the creative industries very much alive. While Dundee’s origins can be traced back beyond the 12th century, it’s very much a modern place to visit, with outstanding contemporary shopping centres and a thriving business backdrop. The Dundee Bank Street NCP car park is in a prime location for getting to grips with what’s on offer and, with the facility to pre-book spaces, you can ensure that you’ll have no trouble parking in Dundee.
The Caird Hall Parking
The Caird Hall is a world-class concert venue, set in the heart of the city. It plays host to big-name bands, musicians, comedians, musicals and dance productions throughout the year and is one of Dundee’s most popular attractions. It’s position in the pedestrianised City Square does mean that parking in the area is limited – unless you know where to go! The Dundee Bank Street NCP is a mere five-minute walk away and, with its pre-booking facility, you can bag a space long before the crowds turn up.
The Howff Park Parking
Just a few short steps away from the Dundee Bank Street NCP car park you’ll find the famous Howff Park. A green and peaceful oasis situated in the centre of the city, the Howff Park is one of Dundee’s most iconic landmarks. However, beneath the beautiful parkland lies a dark secret; about 80,000 of them, to be accurate: the Howff is a huge graveyard that was used for over 300 years. On the various headstones you’ll find the names of its silent residents, some of whom were more prominent than others, such as James Chalmers, who invented the adhesive postage stamp!
The Keiller Shopping Centre Parking
The Keiller Shopping Centre, only a four-minute walk from the Dundee Bank Street NCP, offers an exceptional shopping experience. In addition to the big-brand shops you might expect to find in a modern shopping centre, the Keiller also hosts an indoor market, where you can buy unique goods and local produce. With cafés and restaurants aplenty, it’s easy to spend a day here and, once your retail therapy session is over, your car is just a short walk away.