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Exeter is one of Devon’s busiest cities, and St David’s station serves as a vital transport hub for commuters and visitors. Located just outside of the city centre, the station is often used by college and university students, as campuses for both can be found nearby.
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The Main car park on Bonhay Road will get you as close as possible to this station. Drivers can pay either a three hour, all day or weekly rate. There is also a short stay car park on site. Parking spaces are free for the first 20 minutes or £2.00 for up to an hour.
If drivers require an extended stay, then a good option is Wards Yard due to its large number of spaces. However, it also requires walking 15 minutes to get to St David’s station. So too does Debenham’s car park, located on the main high street.
Commuters travelling by train from London can change at Exeter Central and take a short bus trip to St David’s. Bus services which go to St David’s include the numbers 22, 56, 55, 12 and X64. Services from Exeter Bus Station regularly travel to St David’s.
The Main car park has a limited number of disabled spaces. It also has wide parking bays available. Most of the City Council car parks dotted around Exeter St David’s are free to Blue Badge holders.
The area around Exeter St David’s and the surrounding city centre contains a large amount of double yellow lines. Furthermore, drivers will be restricted by the amount of time they are allowed to park close to the station. It is a struggle to find overnight parking spaces. For this reason, it is advisable to park at a different station on route to St David’s.
All of the large car parks close to Exeter St David’s Station are open during bank holidays. There are also no changes in the rates for parking spaces during these days.
The main entrance to the station is large enough for drop-offs and pick-ups. Using this area is unlikely to cause disruption unless traffic is particularly heavy. The Main car park located on the station site is also suitable for this purpose.
Exeter St David’s is located a short walk away from the city centre. This area is popular with shoppers, and many well-known brand stores can be found along the high street. There are also independent retailers nestled in the famous hidden alleyway called Gandy Street.
The recently refurbished Royal Albert Memorial Museum is close to Exeter Central Station. Visitors can see numerous interesting free exhibits. They cover a diverse and exciting range of subjects including fine art, local history, overseas archaeology and zoology.
The biggest tourist draw for Exeter is its towering cathedral. This historic building is conveniently located next to the high street. Visitors can enjoy a picnic on the cathedral lawn or go inside and experience the beautiful religious artwork.