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Parking in Salford
Salford is a thriving city, full of unique identity and charm. It’s popular with families, and is also home to a large Jewish community who have been an important cultural influence in Salford for generations. It ranges from a busy urban area in the west, where it borders with the larger Manchester conurbation, to a more rural, village-style layout towards the west. In the centre of Salford you’ll find good on-road parking, but during the week spaces can be difficult to find, and many are reserved for residents with permits only.
We have Salford car parks located near the River Irwell, conveniently close to the train station and only a short walk from Manchester city centre. It's a up and coming area of town with many bars, restaurants and businesses.
Points of interest
Canals are a key part of Salford’s industrial past, and the Manchester Ship Canal runs through the heart of the city. It has been brought back to life and is now going through a bit of a renaissance, this time as a highway for pleasure boats rather than barges. The Barton Swing Aqueduct, which carries the Bridgewater Canal over the top of the Manchester Ship Canal, is still operational and a key feature on the landscape, a reminder of Salford’s Victorian past. Today, the city is the home of broadcasting, media and visual entertainment, with the ultra-modern MediaCityUK now one of the city’s largest employers. Our parking in Salford is only a short walk from the top attractions and points of interest in this thiriving city.