Nearby car parks
|Cardiff Central Station (ATW)||426||20||Buy|
|Cardiff Dumfries Place||957||13||Buy||Pre‑book|
|Cardiff Knox Road||747||20||Buy||Pre‑book|
|Cardiff Pellett Street||292||8||Buy||Pre‑book|
|Cardiff Westgate Street||334||4||Buy||Pre‑book|
|Cardiff Wood Street||508||4||Buy||Pre‑book|
|Cardiff Adam Street||500||23||Buy|
|Name||Cardiff Central Station (ATW)|
|Name||Cardiff Dumfries Place|
|Name||Cardiff Knox Road|
|Name||Cardiff Pellett Street|
|Name||Cardiff Westgate Street|
|Name||Cardiff Wood Street|
|Name||Cardiff Adam Street|
Parking in Cardiff
Cardiff is one of the UK’s most exciting urban areas and the capital of Wales. This vibrant commercial and business centre is undergoing a renaissance, thanks to a series of major public building projects. NCP car parks are keeping pace with this growth, offering you a choice of conveniently located car parks right in the heart of this busy city.
So whether you’re watching world class sport at the Millennium Stadium, shopping at the Central Market, eating out in one of the city’s restaurants or taking in an exhibition at the National Museum, there’s hassle-free Cardiff parking at an NCP car park near you.
Multiple car parks across the city are ideally located close to major attractions, venues and transport links. Wherever you're going, there's a space close by. You can pre-book to guarantee your space and save time searching on the day.
Points of interest
The city comes alive when international sporting fixtures come to the Millennium Stadium. Take in a game or head to the city centre's major shopping areas, including St David's Shopping Centre, for a spot of retail therapy. With NCP Wood Street and Rapports car parks both a couple of minutes' walking distance, you won't have to carry those heavy bags very far.
History buffs will relish the chance to visit Cardiff Castle and soak up the culture in St David’s Hall, just a few short steps from NCP Westgate Street. With plenty of car parking options from NCP, you can leave your vehicle close by whilst you explore Wales’ liveliest city.