If you don’t want to use the underground to get into central London, you can choose to drive into the centre of the city instead. As long as you are comfortable with slow moving traffic and crowded roads, you will be absolutely fine.
Most Londoners choose to commute by tube, which means that although car parking comes at a premium in London, you are fairly likely to be able to find yourself a parking space. Remember, you’ll also have to consider the congestion charge if you travel in the charging zone between 7am-6pm Mon-Fri. This charge is £11.50.
Hourly rates of parking spaces make finding the cheapest place to park in central London no easy feat. But this guide will help you to pay less for your parking when you visit central London.