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Parking in Swansea
From market town to spa centre, port and copper production, Swansea has had a rich and varied past. It was even home to the very first passenger train service (from The Mumbles to Swansea centre), marking it out early on as a powerhouse for innovation and industry. Today, it’s the second largest city in Wales and one of the country’s most successful commercial, retail and tourism centres. It’s a fantastic city for visitors and locals, which is why NCP offers four conveniently placed car parks right in the heart of Swansea.
Points of interest
Like many of Wales’ coastal and strategically important towns and cities, Swansea is home to an early medieval castle. Much of old Swansea was demolished during the Second World War bombing blitzes, but older sections do remain along the predominantly Georgian and Victorian Wind Street, and the wonderfully named Salubrious Passage. Other points of interest include the Sir Frank Brangwyn's murals at Brangwyn Hall (originally destined for the House of Lords), and the Dylan Thomas Centre, celebrating the life and work of Wales’ greatest modern writer. Use Swansea car parks at Kingsway, Orchard Street and City Gates for easy access to all of Swansea’s central attractions.