NCP London London Bridge Pre-Book

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NCP London London Bridge Pre-Book

NCP London Bridge is ideally located if you’re visiting or working at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital, or if you're looking for parking for The Shard. For those who love eating and drinking then you’re only a short walk from the famous Borough market.

Car Parking for The London Shard As the tallest building in London, the Shard sits at 306m tall and provides the perfect viewing platform for panoramas over the city and the River Thames. Designed by architect Renzo Piano to evoke a shard of glass sitting in the land, the Shard was completed in 2012. Park near the Shard to explore its 72 floors, which are home to a luxury 5-star hotel, the Shangri-La and several award-winning restaurants including a cocktail bar on the 57th floor with incredible views over London. Car Parking for Borough Market Foodies will adore everything about Borough Market, which is just around the corner from the London Bridge car park. As one of the largest and oldest markets in London, there is a whole variety of food stalls selling everything from freshly made bread to London grown fresh produce as well as hot food stands for quick and delicious lunches. Park at NCP London Bridge car park and you won't have far to carry all those bags of delicious goodies, either. Pre-book paring at London Bridge London Bridge is a very busy area of London, so finding somewhere to park your car, especially overnight, can be a real task. Use our online booking service to reserve a space in our London Bridge car park and save yourself time and money


You will receive a booking voucher containing the car park's address and telephone number, along with any relevant instructions and directions, upon confirming your reservation. To view the location of the car park, please see the map on the website.


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