EuroPark - Official parking partner of PÖFF


Started in 1997, the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival has grown into one of the biggest film festivals in Northern Europe and busiest regional industry platforms, hosting more than 1000 guests and industry platforms, hosting more than 1000 guests and industry delegates and over 160 journalists. The festival screens around 250 features and more than 300 shorts and animation and sees an attendance of 80 000 people annually. To take the most out of the festival, EuroPark has provided the special parking lots with PÖFF prices for PÖFF visitors. Choose the nearest parking space and enjoy your cinema experience!

Outdoor parking lots during PÖFF:

  • Ahtri 3
  • Estonia pst 17
  • Toompea 3
  • Rävala T11
  • Tartu mnt 1

Use parking zone POFF, instructions below.

Parking costs 0.70 € / 30 min!


Parking houses during PÖFF:

  • Solaris mall parking house
  • Rotermanni parking house
  • Rävala parking house
Parking costs 1 € / 30 min.
Every third hour – free of charge


NB! Standard prices apply on all other EuroPark parking lots.  

Look at the map here!


Parking instructions for the PÖFF parking:

Outdoor parking lots:

  • Use mobile parking, send a message to 1902.
  • In your message indicate the following: your car’s license plate number, space, POFF (e.g. 111ABC POFF).
  • Wait for the confirmation message and make sure your parking session has started.
  • The limit of parking is 4 hours, after that the parking session is automatically ended. To continue your parking session, please call 1901.
  • To end your parking session, call 1903.


Parking houses:

  • Enter a parking house and take your parking ticket with you.
  • Validate your parking ticket in a ticket sales point or in a cinema validator.
  • Validate your ticket only once.
  • Parking can be paid for before leaving the parking house.

Parking tickets of the parking houses can be validated in the following venues:

  • Solaris Apollo Cinema
  • Cinema Artis
  • Solaris Info
  • Coca-Cola Plaza Forum Cinemas
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