Birmingham Parking

Latest Birmingham parking reviews
  • Parking on Irving St, B1

    Great place to park and convenient for the town centre. The car park is situated in the ibis hotel so it is well monitored with security cameras,will use your parking place again

    Driver
  • Parking on Bruntwood Centre City, Hinckley Street, B5

    Absolutely perfect. Spaces are a tad small if you have a larger car and the height restriction is there for a reason but the car park is secure and I had no problems in my Seat Leon. Perfect location for New Street / Bullring.

    Phil
  • Parking on Wrottesley Street, B5

    Easy to find, easy to depart. Seamless.

    Carole
  • Parking at Birmingham Springhill Tesco, B18

    Perfect! Not too far from the arena, and the space was under cover and well lit. Many thanks

    Andrew
  • Parking on Irving St, B1

    A great location for the O2, literally 2 min walk away. easy to find and access. Would def use again.

    Natalie
  • Parking on Bruntwood Centre City, Hinckley Street, B5

    Excellent place to park will be using in future

    Jennie
  • Parking at Northwood Street Car Park, B3

    Very easy to find. I was pleased that I looked 'with the little man' on Google maps before I travelled, but it does look exactly like the picture. I arrived very late at night, but the walk down to the Travelodge was short, quiet and straightforward. Would use again.

    Ruth
  • Parking on Irving St, B1

    Perfect for parking for the O2 Academy, & saved queuing to get out of the NCP car park.

    Alison
  • Parking on Bruntwood Centre City, Hinckley Street, B5

    Easy to find, very secure. Will use agai .

    Catherine
  • Parking on Irving St, B1

    note that the gates are BEFORE the Sat Nav says you have arrived; the address is the pedestrian entrance to the car park. The actual car entry gates are a few metres beforehand and are unmarked (but you can see the Ibis behind them if you drive slowly once you turn the corner into the road). the gates will open automatically as you drive towards them. You can then park and leave via the pedestrian gates!

    Jacqueline