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 trip. 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. Daily parking charge covers 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 / € 1.30
  • 1 day (= 26 h) / € 16.00 (paid at machine) / covers the entire cruise

The maximum parking time is 8 days.

How to pay for parking

You can pay for parking in the Port’s parking areas with a band card, credit card and mobile phone by using ParkMan, EasyPark or Moovy apps. In addition, you can pay for parking with coins at machines 1, 6, 8, 9, 15 (see parking machines in the Port of Turku).

When paying with a combined card (debit/credit), parking is charged on the credit side.

When you pay at a machine, follow the directions on display.

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.

Instructions for use of the charging point for electric cars

The eParking application can be used on an Android or iOs phone. You can download the app to your phone free of charge from Google Play or App Store. In addition, eParking works on your browser at

To make parking on the street and using the public charging station as easy as possible, you should first add balance or payment card information to your eParking user account:

  1. Press Menu and select Wallet
  2. On the Wallet page you can add balance to your eParking account or add a payment card you want to use for paying the short-term parking and public charging

To start the short-term parking first locate your location from the locator button below the search bar or enter your location into the search bar

  1. Move the cursor over the right parking area and press Select
  2. You can check the price of the parking area by clicking the View price
  3. Always check that you are starting an event with the correct car’s registration number. Parking control is based on a scan of the car registration plate
  4. Choose the duration of your parking
  5. Notice that you have to have 5 € or more balance in your eParking account before you can start the parking. The application will ask you to refill your balance if the balance is less than 5 €. After filling your balance you are able to start parking
  6. Press Start parking. You can increase the parking time if the maximum parking time of the area allows it. You can also stop the parking when needed

To use the public charging station first move the cursor over the parking area you want. From the green connector type icons you can identify the parking areas with the possibility of charging

  1. Press Choose
  2. Select the right socket number
  3. Notice that you have to have 5 € or more balance in your eParking account before you can start the charging. The application will ask you to refill your balance if the balance is less than 5 €. After filling your balance you are able to start charging
  4. Check that your car’s registration number is correct and press Start
  5. You can stop the charging by pressing the Stop button

Faulty parking meters

If you notice a fault in a parking meter please contact the service advice number at +358 2 2633 2237.

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.

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.
  • Consecutive parking spaces are best found in parking areas with parking meter number 13. (See map >>>)

Port customer service Mon. – Fre.

+358 44 9074 107

Parking in the port