There is three types of paid parking in Tallinn's Old Town and city centre areas.
Here's some useful information about the parking zones and prices online with the parking map of Tallinn.
While the first 15 minutes of parking is free of charge, the driver needs to use a parking clock or a written notice stating the starting time. The note needs to be placed visibly on the windscreen of the vehicle. You can purchase a valid parking ticket from a kiosk, parking machine or use mobile parking (for users of Estonian SIM-card only).
Kesklinn (City centre):
Monthly parking card - €223.69
Paid parking around the clock (24h)
Vanalinn (Old Town):
Pirita (on Merivälja tee 1c and 1e parking lots):
Parking is subject to a charge: May 15 - September 15 daily 10-22
Off-street parking and parking lots
Please find a list of paid parking lots in Tallinn. You can purchase a parking ticket from a parking machine and in some areas, tickets are sold by parking guards.
Admiral Parking House (City centre)
Freedom Square Parking House (City centre)
Viru Centre Parking House (City centre)
Raadiku Parking House (Lasnamägi)
Parking for disabled person's card or badge holders
Parking on Tallinn’s public roads is free of charge for disabled person when the car is correctly marked with the disabled person’s card or badge.
Stopping lots for coaches
View detailed parking information below about parking on Rumbi street and behind Linnahall.
Rumbi street parking (Falgi road)
Rumbi street parking (Mere road)
Parking behind Linnahall parking lot for buses
Complaints:Information about parking fines
For further information about parking in Tallinn
Parking card for people with reduced mobility
Parking permit for electric vehicles - parking is free for zero-emission vehicles
Tallinn Transport Department's Urban Transport Divison (Tallinna Transpordiameti Linnatranspordi osakond)
Information about parking, parking ticket sales, parking machines around the clock: