Parking on Turku Campus

​Both monthly and short-term parking spaces are available in the area.  You need a parking permit during Mon–Fri at 8 am–4 pm. During other times, parking on the Turku campus is free, with the exception of named parking spaces.

Short-term Parking

In addition to the parking spaces with a monthly fee for the University staff, short-term parking spaces are reserved on campus for students and visitors. The hourly fee for the shot-term parking spaces is 50 cents. The fee can be paid only with a mobile phone.

Instructions for paying the short-term parking fee (€0.50/hour):

  • Go to the www.eparking.fi page or download the eParking app on your iPhone or Android phone.
  • Select short-term parking
  • Insert a 4-digit access code of your own choosing (e.g. 1234) to protect your reservation data. It will also be you access code in the future.
  • Parking Zone: 3
  • Select the number of hours you wish to park
  • Insert your license plate number
  • Pay the parking fee

Short-term parking spaces subject to a fee are located at the unpaved car park at Arcanuminkuja, at the car parks of Assistentinkatu, Turku School of Economics and Dentalia as well as at the car park between Juslenia and Zoological Museum. Areas reserved for short-term parking are marked with traffic signs and parking to these spaces is not allowed with the University's parking permit. Find the location of the buildings on the campus map.

There are also parking spaces that are not subject to a charge on the side of the roads near the campus and administered by the City of Turku.

Parking Control

The City of Turku is responsible for parking control.

Demands for rectification are made to the Parking Control of the City of Turku. The University of Turku or eParking do not handle demands for rectification.

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