Parking in Truro
The county town of Cornwall and its only city, Truro is England’s most southern city and is a bustling, busy little place packed with character. It’s a city in name only, as just a short walk or bus ride will put you right out in the middle of typically Cornish countryside, with winding lanes and charming villages. Truro is incredibly compact, which means the best way to see all its attractions is to park at NCP’s Truro car park at Highcross on St Austell Street and take a leisurely stroll into the centre.
Points of interest
Truro’s cathedral is not only the dominant feature in the landscape, but its Cornwall’s only cathedral, making it a significantly ecclesiastical site. The epicentre for the Arts in the city is The Hall for Cornwall, which is a regular venue for National Theatre productions, as well as a full programme of dance, music and shows for all ages. Pre-book a space at Highcross car park if you’re attending a show at the venue, and you won’t have to worry about finding a parking spot before the curtain goes up.