Brighton Travel Advice

Brighton Travel Advice

Where To Park For Free On The Seafront

Now on the side of the Brighton Marina, there is a separated part of car parks some are for monthly renters, some for overnight stops and some for day parking. This multi-storey car park has its own entrance and exit driving onto the seafront road. If you drive in, you won't be charged with a ticket in that day. You can stay there till late evening hours and when you leave, just drive out and you will have no ticket for that day.

1, Brighton Town Press ( Brighton Marina North Car Park   It's situated right on the seafront. So first you go to the beach, have a walk and explore the seaside atmosphere of Brighton and then you will need a place to leave your car while you are out all day. Therefore, north car park can be your best choice. I think it might worth £4 for up to two hours and £8 for up to 24hrs. Another cheap car parks could be found on Preston Circus very close to the Lanes and the best place to start your Brighton day out.

Oh, and don’t tell anyone but the parking in Preston Street remains free after 6pm so you can park there during the day and stroll on over and shop til you drop in The Lanes after 6pm. The Brighton Marina car park is a big subject for attraction in this area and it's a very old free car park that has never changed its prices. I kept it in my top list of free parking as it will be alive in years to come.

I think the idea was rather to attract more people to the marina trading area. Now Brighton Marina car park has its own discount card. Basically, you get a basic price for a week (from Monday to Sunday, but I think sometimes it is extended over the weekends) and then you can park there for nearly free. I've prepared for you a list of the most popular car parks in Brighton but if you walk on the streets looking for free parking, you will find it.

More Free On Street Parking In Brighton

There is a great parking app that shows you all the free parking spots! Its name is "parking view" and you can download it for Android and iPhone. It works offline so you can download the map as well and see where there is free parking. But you should try to go on without it and explore a little bit, because while driving through Brighton, I saw some really nice roads to get some good shots.

If you're looking for free parking in Brighton, read this post please. The post is partly about free alternatives to the council operated car parks mostly pay and display. Since most of free-parking spots are Pay&Display doesn't mean you need to pay or buy a ticket. We are not responsible for ANY losses or any other issues you might have with parking in Brighton. This is just a blog and I’m not even from Brighton.

Please do not take this as a guide as a street could be banned etc. Free parking in Brighton is a great news for those who don’t want to spend extra money for it, and prefer a quieter road than East Street one. The images below show some of these free parking spots. In Brighton and Hove there are nearly 200 different free parking bays. If you are planing your trip to Brighton, check out where the closest free parking place is to avoid expensive parking fees.

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Eva Cloud

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