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Parking in the Port of Turku serves passengers

Parking in the Port of Turku is planned to serve the needs of passenger traffic. There are plenty of parking places in the vicinity of the terminals, which makes it easy to go on a trip. Those arriving by car should reserve enough time for arrival and parking to allow for an unhurried start of holiday. Arriving the Port is easy, and it is recommended to check the entry routes in advance. Transfer to and from the terminal is taken into account in the parking charges. One parking charge covers the entire cruise, or 26 hours.

A map of parking places

Parking charges

Parking charges in the public areas of the port indicated as subject to a charge are:

  • 1 h / € 1.20
  • 1 day (= 26 h) / € 15.00 (paid at machine) / covers the entire cruise

How to pay for parking

You can pay for parking in the Port’s parking areas with coins, credit card or mobile phone, or by using ParkMan or EasyPark apps.

The maximum parking time is 8 days.

When you pay at a machine, follow the directions on display. You can view the directions for payment beforehand.

Note! In Tallink Silja’s fenced parking area, only the parking slip from the parking meter in that area is valid. The area is marked on the map in purple.

People with a disabled parking permit are allowed to park in the following places in the passenger harbour:

  • parking spaces marked with a wheelchair symbol
  • free parking on spaces that are normally subject to a charge
  • unlimited parking on spaces with a time limit
  • parking prohibition areas and no parking areas (it is not however permitted to park in such an area or place that is indicated with a traffic sign for parking of specific vehicles only).

NOTE! The vehicle must not disturb other traffic.

Those travelling with a camper van or caravan should head to parking area marked with * (see the map). In those areas it is easiest to find two parking spaces next to each other in which they can park.

The parking charge is determined as follows:

  • If the camper van or caravan covers two parking spaces and they are adjoining, one parking charge is enough.
  • If e.g. the car and caravan are parked separately, two parking charges shall be paid.

Port information Mon. – Fre.

+358 44 9074 107

Parking in the port