Arriving and parkin in Naantali – read tips on this page! It is easy to arrive to Naantali year round. Here you can find information about parking, public transportation and other options to travel to and in Naantali.
Naantali is just 16 km and about thirty minute drive away from Turku. There are local busses which travel frequently from Turku to Naantali. To Turku one can arrive easily either by bus or train.
If you’re coming by car take the E-18 road from Helsinki, highway 9 from Tampere and highway 8 from Pori, which all have exits to Naantali.
Or first make your way to Turku by air, sea, train or bus and continue from there to Naantali.
The departure and arrival point for long-haul busses in Turku is the bus station in Turku. The local busses travelling to Naantali pass by the station.
From Turku train station there is no direct bus connection to Naantali, but one need to first go to either Turku central or Turku bus station.
Local bus line number 6 and 7 operate daily from Turku to Naantali. The routes and timetables can be found on “Föli” Turku public transportation services webpage.
It takes approximately 35-50 minutes to reach Naantali by bus, depending on the traffic. The arrival and departure stop in Naantali is the bus stop in the end of Aurinkotie street. This stop is located in the central and from there it is only a short walking distance to the old town and Moominworld.
If you are coming from Helsinki or Tampere the public transportation options are either a train or a bus. Several bus connections run daily, please see timetables on www.matkahuolto.fi.
There are several daily train connections from Helsinki and Tampere to Turku. Please see the timetables on national railways VR website.
Finnlines operates a direct line from Kappellskär in Sweden and Långnäs in Åland to the Port of Naantali.
You can travel to the Port of Turku from Sweden on ships operated by Viking Line and Tallink Silja. When travelling locally, bus number 1 runs from the harbour to Turku market square, where you can catch buses 6 and 7 to Naantali.
In summer, Steamship s/s Ukkopekka runs between Turku-Naantali-Turku.
When travelling locally, bus number 1 runs from the airport to Turku market square, where you can catch buses 6 and 7 to Naantali. Timetables for bus line 1 are available at www.foli.fi/en.
Finnlines’ freight-passenger ferries take you from Sweden to Finland. Daily departures from Kapellskär via Långnäs to Naantali. Buffet meals are included in the price of the crossing. In addition to eating, over the course of the 8-hour journey you can spend time in the children’s playroom, bar or taxfree shop or by sleeping in the quiet of your cabin.
The ferries are only for passengers with a vehicle, so a warm welcome to everyone travelling by car, caravan, motorhome or bike!
More information on Finnlines webpage.
Especially in summer Naantali is alive with visitors, meaning the streets will be filled with thousands of pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists as well as motorists searching for parking spaces. Moomin World has organised its own parking area, with a bus service running to the gates of Moomin World and back. It is hoped that as many visitors to Moomin World as possible will make use of this service.
Parking near the old town and guest harbour area is allowed only on the public parking zones. Please read carefully the parking signs. During summer time parking fees apply. The fee can be paid by cash, card or mobile application Easypark or Parkman. Please note, that in the old town there is no public parking.
Further information about arriving to Moominworld.
If you are not visiting the Moomins, there are still numerous options for parking. The most important daytime parking areas are marked on the map. More information on www.naantali.fi webpage (in Finnish).
Naantali’s old town is a mixed-use zone with no public parking.
Times when parking fees apply are shown on additional signs. If no parking fee times are displayed, then fees are in force at all times. Once paid, the parking permit is to be clearly displayed in the inside of the windscreen or a side window, in such a way that the whole of the front of the permit can be read from outside the vehicle.
Parking in the town centre is limited by a parking disc. Time of arrival (starting from the next hour or half hour) in your parking disc shows when parking began. The parking disc should be placed in a clearly visible spot on the inside of the windscreen, so it can be read from outside the vehicle (and not, for instance, on the car seat).
When looking for a parking space, you should remember that parking in Naantali is strictly regulated during the summer.
Parking fines and Parking Regulation Office for the Town of Naantali (in Finnish)