With extensive transport links, centrally-located Derby is one of the country's most accessible cities.
Frequent, direct trains carry visitors from London to Derby in just 93 minutes. There are also regular services from Scotland, the North East, the Midlands and across the Pennines.
For more information go to www.nationalrail.co.uk or call 08457 48 49 50.
National Express coaches operate daily to Derby from across the UK. Trent Barton (www.trentbarton.co.uk) and Arriva (www.arrivabus.co.uk/Derby) operate services from Derby Bus Station.
The city centre is 15 minutes from junction 24 of the M1 and accessible via the A6, A50, A38 and A52.
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Accessible from the Wyvern and Island 1 only, 700 spaces - no buses or vans
PLEASE NOTE: no entry/exit from 9:30am to 12:15.
Accessible from London Road and Island 4 only, 400 spaces
PLEASE NOTE: Car park closes at 8:45am until 9:40am
Accessible from the Cock Pitt and Island 5 only, 250 spaces
PLEASE NOTE: Pay and Display with no change given and Car Park closes at 8:45am to 9:40am
Accessible from the Cock Pitt and Island 5 only, 200 spaces
PLEASE NOTE: Managed by SNC - Lavalin and they is a charge of £2 to enter - proceeds go to the SNC Lavalin's chosen charity. Car park closes at 8:45am to 9:40am
Disabled parking for blue badge holders can be found in Car parks 1 (Pride park and ride) and Car park 2 (Derby Arena)
ADDITIONAL CAR PARKING INFORMATION
Derby is 30 minutes from East Midlands Airport. More information at www.east-midland-airport-guide.co.uk. Half-hourly Skylink buses operate between the airport and Derby.