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Bath is the largest city in Somerset and is known for its historical baths built by the Romans. Located in the valley of the River Avon, Bath is 97 miles to the west of London and 11 miles from Bristol. In 1987, Bath was designated as a World Heritage site.
Parking near Charlotte Street, Bath is plentiful with many choices on offer.
Some additional information about parking in charlotte street bath, to cater to all your parking needs
On-street parking in Bath is subject to restrictions, such as maximum stay limits, and pay and display meters are in operation. When parking on the street in Bath, you have the choice to pay for your parking cashless through MiPermit.
Charlotte Street hosts a council run, long stay car park, which provides affordable and safe parking for your vehicle. Short stay sites are also operating in the area. The council operated car parks are open 24/7 and charges are enforced between 8am and 8pm, Monday to Sunday. Some car parks have height restrictions, so ensure you’re aware of these if you wish to park a high vehicle.
Bath is primarily served by buses. Bus travel is an easy way of exploring Bath and travelling around the city. Different bus operators will have different fare structures and operate different routes so research before travelling. Taxis also serve Bath with the ability to flag down ‘black cabs’, which charge with a meter, or to book a private hire vehicle from a local operator. Bath is served by rail, allowing you to quickly reach other parts of Somerset, as well as the rest of the country.
Disabled parking bays are provided at council run car parks around Charlotte Street in Bath. Unless signage indicates otherwise, blue badge holders will still need to pay charges. In the entrance area of Charlotte Street car park, blue badge holders are permitted to park free of charge in the disabled bays with no maximum time limit being in place. Free and unlimited parking is also available to badge holders in on-street pay and display zones. Parking near Charlotte Street is made pretty straight forward for those with blue badges, and JustPark can help to find the best place to park.
Pay and display is in operation within council owned, off-street car parks, as well as in designated on-street zones. Ensure to have your ticket clearly displayed in your window and do not overstay, as enforcement officers patrol parking areas. Read any signage that indicates restrictions, such as maximum parking time and times when parking may not be permitted.
Charges differ on bank holidays, so read any signage that informs you of what the charges are for parking on a bank holiday. Also take note of any additional restrictions that may apply on a bank holiday and during big events in the city.
It’s possible to drop-off and pick people up in Bath, however designated bays are typically found near transport stations or major attractions. When dropping off or picking someone up, look out for any signs that restrict your parking and consider parking in a short stay car park instead.
Parking near Charlotte Street in Bath means you’ll be near to numerous attractions, many of which draw visitors from around the world. The city is famous for its Roman Baths, as well as Bath Abbey and Pulteney Bridge, which pull in tourists from far and wide.