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Kensington Olympia is not just known for its combined rail and tube station, you’ve much more to see and do. Kensington Olympia in London, you will find years of history to explore and the opportunity to turn an average day out into a day to remember. Big attractions include Holland Park, Kensington’s local bars and also great shops. Let’s not also forget the colourful Portobello market with its vintage clothes and antique stalls set out on a two-mile stretch. Don’t ignore the famous Earls Court also, Kensington has lots to see and do, take your time to explore. When visiting Kensington you definitely need to know great parking spots, to be able to park up and explore. Let’s take a look.
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Some additional information about parking in kensington olympia london, to cater to all your parking needs
When parking In Kensington, all visitors must understand that you park in a pay and display zone. You have no uncontrolled areas, and they don’t issue free parking vouchers. You can only park outside controlled parking pay and display bays at certain times. You can also park on single yellow lines for free.
All off-street car parks operate on a pre-booking number plate registration system in Kensington Olympia. You can book your space with one of the car parks online at any time of the day. After you book, you will receive a confirmation email, and upon your visit to the car park you drive up to the entry barrier and your car will be read by a scanner and the barrier will open. Then parking in your spot is simple.
Public transport in and around London is excellent, you have the choice of taxi’s, trains, buses, the London Underground and you can even hire a Santander Cycle. You will find plenty of bus stations, and the buses are usually 20 minutes apart. Booking a taxi is easy to come by too, You will find many parked up at taxi ranks and also you will notice cycles for hire all over town too if you wish to use that form of transport. The London Underground also is always running to schedule.
When parking in most car parks in any off-street parking area in Kensington you will see a disabled badge painted on the floor, or you will see a sign on a lampost, this means that this spot is only for disabled people. Do not use it if you come across the sign, if you are not disabled, or you may end up with a fine.
Parking in and around your destination is always pretty easy to do, you won’t any parking restrictions other than, don’t park in disabled places and don’t park on double yellow lines or don’t try to park longer than you have paid for.
Finding parking spaces where to park on a bank holiday is always easy, all parking spaces are absolutely free, you don’t need to pay and display, just sometimes it can be hard to find a spot, down to bank holidays being a time everyone wants to shop.
All buses, taxis, the London Underground and trains have drop off and pick up points around Kensington, and you will find all the information you need at the main stations.