way around Stratford-Upon-Avon town centre needn’t
be a hassle as there’s a good selection of routes
and public transport to help you get from A to
Stratford-Upon-Avon doesn’t have a bus station
but does have a bus terminal [map] locaterd on Bridgeway. From here you can catch
buses to various parts of the town and further afield.
The main bus stops are on Wood Street [map] and Bridge
If you’d prefer to navigate the town centre in
your own transport you’ll be pleased to know that
the council provides eight car parks providing
more than 2,800 parking spaces.
Two car parks within Stratford-Upon-Avon, Bridgefoot
multi-storey and the adjacent Unicorn Meadow are barrier controlled pay on foot, which means
you take a ticket on entering the car park, retain it,
and pay the required fee before collecting your car.
The other Stratford-upon-Avon car parks are pay and
display, which means you have to buy a ticket on arrival.
The charges apply 24 hours daily, seven days a week.
Another option for getting around the city centre is
to take a taxi. There is a taxi rank outside the
local train station, where you can pick up a taxi
on the spare of the moment. Alternatively, you can ring
one of the local private hire taxi companies, who will
pick you up from a location that suits you and drop
you off right outside your destination.
Selected taxi companies in the city centre area: