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Information about parking near London Victoria Station

Visiting London Victoria Station, generally called London Victoria is a railway terminus and underground complex, is an experience in itself. It is managed by Network Rail and has 19 platforms. The station is in Travelcard Zone 1 and serves as London terminus for Southeastern, Southern and Venice – Simplon Orient Express.

The station is served by two underground lines including the District and Circle lines to the north of the station and the Victoria Line to the North of the station. Victoria Station is one of the busiest stations and serves more than 80 million passengers every year. When visiting if you are travelling by car you will need to know what it is like getting parking spaces. London is a busy city, how do you find that spot to park and go and explore? Let’s take a look at some of your options.


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Additional Information

Some additional information about parking in london victoria station, to cater to all your parking needs

  • On-street parking

    You can park on the street for four hours at a time, and pay at a pay and display counter, the streets near Victoria Station that allow this are Eton Lane, Lower Belgrave Street, Grosvenor Gardens and Allington Street.

  • Off-street parking

    Off Street parking can be found all over London and the London Victoria Station has its own car park, that you can book a spot online if you wish. Or pay when you arrive at a pay and display counter.

  • Public transport

    London has always had a great public transport choice, from buses running at regular times to taxis being available at taxi ranks or you can hire private ones, you will find numbers displayed at most train or bus stations, most bus stations have a taxi rank nearby.

  • Disabled parking

    Disabled spaces when parking in London or near Victoria station you can book online, or you will find on a number of streets with disabled parking bays allocated for you, you can normally park up to four hours at a time.

  • Parking restrictions & event days

    Parking restrictions occur if you leave your car longer than you have paid for or you park in places that are forbidden like double yellow lines or disabled spots. In the evening between 6.30 and 8.30 parking in London in some parts is free and that is the same on Saturdays, some parts of London have free parking.

  • Overnight, weekends & bank holidays

    Bank holidays are free of charge parking in and around London Victoria Station, restrictions may apply on single yellow lines.


  • Drop-off and pick-up

    You can drop people off outside most train stations or bus stations around town, transport run often, so you are never stuck for transport. A great place to drop and pick people up from is Elizabeth street. You will find many available spots however around London in the town centre especially.

  • Nearby attractions

    One of the most spectacular places to visit in the world is London. You have so much to fit in and do, it is having the time to be able to enjoy all those local attractions, like Westminster Cathedral and St Peter’s Church are some of the best sights and attractions close to the station. Shop at the Cornucopia, Cardinal Place or Erickson Beamon and enjoy great taste at Giraffe, Santini or Chez Gerard. For a pub break, go to The Ebury or Albert Tavern.