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Birmingham International train station is located on the outskirts of Solihull, 8 miles east of the city of Birmingham. It operates more or less in conjunction with the nearby Birmingham Airport, providing passengers of either location with convenient onward travel. Driving to Birmingham International is relatively straightforward with its close proximity between the M42/Coventry Road and the M42/M6 junctions.
With its location between a major airport and the National Exhibition Centre, there is a lack of available on-street parking in the area and off-street parking does tend to be quite expensive.
JustPark provides information on a wide choice of the parking near the station – covering both on-street and off-street, from driveways to car parks.
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Birmingham International is located very close to the M6, the M42, Birmingham Airport and the NEC, all of which contribute to a lack of on-street parking. Indeed, most of the roads in the surrounding area provide no option to park – whether due to a constant flow of traffic, or because they are one-way narrow streets to and from main roads. Off-street parking is recommended.
Use the JustPark map to find information on available parking spaces near Birmingham International station.
There are a number of off-street parking options in the area with multiple car parks serving the nearby Birmingham Airport and National Exhibition Centre, as well as Birmingham International Station itself.
Virgin Trains operate the main on-location car park, which offers over 2000 parking spaces. Birmingham International Station car park (Stationlink Road, Bickenhill Lane, Solihull, B40 1PA) is a multi-storey car park just outside the Northern entrance to the station – open 24 hours a day, Monday-Sunday – but its fares can be pretty costly, depending on your length of stay.
JustPark also offers a range of reservable off-street parking spaces near Birmingham International Station – you can book these via our website or app.
Location Operator Price Max Stay Airport Short And Medium Stay Birmingham City Council £4.90 / hour Birmingham Airport Cargo Terminal Birmingham City Council £2.00 / hour Birmingham Airport Car Park 7 National Car Parks £7.50 / day Mell Square Car Park Solihull MBC £1.20 / hour Lode Lane Car Park Solihull MBC £1.20 / hour
Disabled spaces and bays are available at all of the nearby off-street car parks, but in some there is a very limited amount – so be sure to check the facilities of the car park you wish to use beforehand.
You can filter when searching on JustPark to show all our parking spaces with disabled access near Birmingham International station (select this option by clicking ‘Filters’ on the search results page).
Many of the roads surrounding the station do not allow on-street parking, as many are directly linked to the airport or the nearby M6 or M42, which need constant clear access. On the JustPark map, we’ll only show you spaces which you’re allowed to park in during your required time period.
Overnight parking is available in Birmingham International Station car park (Stationlink Road, Bickenhill Lane, Solihull, B40 1PA) but many other nearby car parks also offer overnight parking, with varying rates depending on the length of your stay.
Enter your dates and times on our search results page to see what’s available overnight.
The main pick-up and drop-off point is by the Northern entrance on Station Link Road.
Located on the outskirts of Birmingham, the area surrounding the station actually has quite a lot to offer. If plane spotting – or indeed train spotting – is your thing, then look no further (you could probably even find a spot between the station and nearby Birmingham Airport to do both at the same time). Perhaps the most appealing attraction nearby is the National Exhibition Centre (NEC), which plays host to major events and shows all through the year. With the added beauty of Pendigo lake just a short walk east of the station too, whatever you’re into you can park up and enjoy your spare time close by.