Manchester Coach Parking
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Manchester is a thriving popular city and metropolitan borough in the Greater Manchester area of North West England. It is the second most densely inhabited municipal area of the UK. AD79 was Manchester’s first documented history, when it was only a civilian settlement which was linked with the Mancunim Roman fort.
The city is famously known for its premier league football clubs, Manchester United and Manchester City, its thriving culture, architecture and musical exports, and deep history of science and politics. However, it previously was involved, like most of the North, in textile manufacturing amid the industrial revolution. It became the most valuable core city of cotton handling and became globally known as the birthplace of the industrial revolution.
Manchester is one of the most exhilarating places to pay a visit to in the UK and is full of diverse bars, shops, museums, galleries and restaurants. Parallel to the historical parts of Greater Manchester which include old style pubs, charming market towns and luscious green open spaces to explore on foot. With its excellent train, metro and bus links, getting to the ever popular Manchester is so easy.
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Manchester Coach parking
Within Manchester, there is on-street, short stay parking for coaches who intend to drop off or pick up passengers near to some of the city centres main attractions and sites.
Alongside this, there are medium coach stands, which allows coaches the ability to park for lengthier periods of time. Also allocated coach parks which provide extended, weekend and overnight coach parking, to visitors or tourists who reserve spaces prior to their arrival.
Below is al list of places which provides more details of coach parking:
Short stay drop-off bays (maximum 20 minutes)
- Chorlton Street - 2 bays
- Liverpool Road - 2 bays
- Whitworth Street - 2 bays
- Lower Mosley Street - 2 bays
- John Dalton Street - 1 bay
Medium stay coach bays (maximum 4 hours)
- Byrom Street - 2 bays*
- Charles Street - 2 bays*
- Cheetham Hill Road - 9 bays**
- Great Bridgewater Street -1 bay
- Great Ducie Street - 3 bays**
- Dutton Street - 9 bays*
- Store Street - 6 bays
- Corporation Street - 3 bays
Long stay and overnight (Pre-booking is necessary)
- IWM North (The Quays) – T: +44 (0)161 836 4000
* = These are double use coach bays and are also utilised by both buses, goods delivery vehicles and as parking bays
** = You can only park here from 7.00pm to 7.00am
Alternatively, you can browse the options available at YourParkingSpace. We have short term and long term options available in Manchester.
There is never a dull moment in Manchester as there is so much to do, from tours or watching matches at the famous Old Trafford football stadium, home to Manchester United, to visiting an array of stunning attractions like Manchester Cathedral or the John Rylands Library. Maybe a history day out visiting the Manchester Art gallery or the Imperial War museum North would suit you better.
For those who love shopping, the Trafford Centre has everything you need, from designer brands, popular retailers, well known and independent restaurants, to watching HD films at the ODEON cinema.
Chinatown in Manchester is the second biggest in the UK and is a must visit, every February there is a Chinese New Year festival. Manchester is an inclusive city to suit all of your needs.
Manchester’s main three train stations are; Manchester Piccadilly (M60 7RA), Manchester Victoria (M3 1WY) and Manchester Oxford Road (M1 6FU).
Manchester Piccadilly is the biggest and busiest station in Manchester and has departures and arrivals from across the whole of North and direct train into London Euston daily. Including hourly connections to Manchester airport.
Manchester Victoria has trains to and from the North, North West and North East, as well as connections to Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester airport.
Manchester Oxford Road has arrival and departures to places such as Norwich, Chester and Liverpool Lime Street. As well direct connections to Manchester airport.
The below links provide full timetables and train travel information:
https://www.northernrailway.co.uk/stations/MCO - Oxford Road
Manchester has a thriving public transport system and buses depart and arrive across the whole of Manchester regularly. Manchester central coach station (M13 3JF) is the hub of all Manchester bus and coach travel. See the Transport for Greater Manchester for all information on maps, departure times, prices and more.
Manchester sits close to major motorways M60, M6 M56 which all lead into central Manchester and can be easily reached from the South, South West and London.
Google maps or AA route planner can help you in more detail.
Manchester Airport (M90 1QX) is a domestic and international airport which offers flights across many destinations. It is the third busiest in the UK and busiest outside of London. There are direct train and bus links from the airport into the city centre which are around 30 minutes journey time.
Manchester has a widespread Metrolink with countless tram stops across the city in four zones. The 10 end of the line destinations are: Trafford park, Rochdale via Oldham, MediaCityUK, Manchester Airport, Eccles, East Didsbury, City Zone, Bury, Ashton-under-Lyne and Altrincham.
See Transport for Greater Manchester Tram for full details.
Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in Manchester. The closest ones to the city centre are:
- Great Northern City NCP Carpark
- Manchester Central GMEX
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
There are allocated coach parks which provide extended, weekend and overnight coach parking. These should be booked in advance to arrival in Manchester in order to reserve coach parking.
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What’s the longest you can coach park for without booking?
You can short stay for 20 minutes or medium stay for a maximum of four hours.
What events are on in Manchester?
If you visit in February, Chinatown has its Chinese new year festival, or in December the famous Christmas markets.
How far is Liverpool from Manchester?
It is an hour drive or between a 37 to 54 minute train ride.
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Latest Manchester Coach parking reviews
Great spot for both media city and United match day parking. Easy to find, road works currently make the place a little harder to find however the post code takes you right to it. Will definitely be using this place to park again in the future. :)Emily
Very convienient although roadworks surrounding the Quays at the moment are a nightmare!Catherine
Easy to find. Safe and secure parking.Josh
Decent price for Manchester, never had any issues with parking in the spot, easy to find, and really close to the tram station (Wharf) so you can get pretty central fairly quickly.Benjamin
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