Parking areas and rates
Parking on streets in the city centre, downtown and Old Town must be paid for. The first 15 minutes of parking is free of charge, if the driver is using a parking clock or written notice fixing the starting time - placed visibly on the windscreen of the vehicle. The 15 minutes of free parking is valid only in chargeable parking areas in Tallinn it does not apply for off-street car parks! You can purchase a parking ticket from a street-side machine. In some areas, tickets are sold by parking guards.
Paid parking on the city centre streets:
Kesklinn (City centre):
15 minutes - 0.58 EUR
Monthly parking card - 223.69 EUR
Parking is subject to charge: Mon-Fri 7-19, Sat 8-15
Parking is free on Sunday and on public holidays.
Vanalinn (Old Town):
Pirita (on Merivälja tee 1c and 1e parking lots):
When parking please always use your disabled person’s parking card or badge.
Parking zones and prices online with the map of Tallinn
Parking card for people with reduced mobility
Parking permit for electric vehicles - parking is free for zero-emission vehicles
Stopping lots for coaches
- Falgi tee, near the Pikk Hermann (Tall Hermann tower)
- Toompuiestee, at the beginning of Nunne street, next to the Balti Jaam (Central Railway Station)
- Mere puiestee
- Roheline aas 24, in Kadriorg, near Kadriorg stadium
In regards to the changes in Tallinn´s traffic layout and adding of bus lanes the 45- minutes free parking at Mere pst is replaced with 15 minute free parking only. View detailed parking info about buses parking at Rumbi street and behind Linnahall below.
Rumbi street parking through Falgi road
Rumbi street parking through Mere road
Parking behind Linnahall parking lot for buses
For further information about parking in Tallinn
Tallinn Transport Department's Urban Transport Divison (Tallinna Transpordiameti Linnatranspordi osakond)
Information about parking, parking ticket sales, parking machines around the clock:
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