Paying for parking in parking zones with a barrier system
In parking zones with a barrier system, you can pay with the most common payment cards at a pay station or at the exit barrier. The pay stations also accept cash, but we recommend using a payment card. You can also pay with a EuroPark key card or an EasyPark card. Learn more about payment methods in barrier-free Autopay locations here »
Payment at a pay station or at the exit barrier
In parking zones with a barrier system, you can pay for parking at a pay station with a payment card (debit/credit/electron) or in cash. The pay stations accept all coins and EUR 5, 10 and 20 banknotes (not in Autopay locations). Only a payment card is accepted as a means of payment at the exit barrier.
Did you take the parking ticket at the entrance barrier?
First, insert the parking ticket into the ticket slot of the pay station or exit barrier. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Did you pay with a payment card at the entrance barrier?
Insert the same payment card you used at the entrance into the exit barrier unit’s payment terminal or use contactless payment (max. EUR 50). Follow the on-screen instructions.
Hassle-free contactless payment
If possible, use contactless payment (max. EUR 50). How to use contactless payment at pay stations and barriers:
1. Insert the parking ticket into the pay station/barrier unit.
2. You can see the amount to be paid on the screen.
3. To activate contactless payment, show the payment card to the payment terminal.
4. You can see the amount to be paid on the payment terminal. Accept the payment by showing the payment card to the payment terminal again.
If you used a payment card at the barrier upon entrance, follow steps 3 and 4. Remember to use the same payment card that you used upon entrance.
You can get a key card to pay for parking once a month. The key card will give you a 10% discount on the parking tariff for the parking garage in question. We charge for parking according to the actual parking time.
Please note that the key card cannot be used to pay for parking at a pay station. You must show it to the barrier unit upon entrance and exit. Read the instructions here »
To get a key card, you must conclude a written parking contract with EuroPark. Key cards do not work at our barrier-free Autopay car parks.
Payment with an EasyPark card
You can also pay for parking in our barrier locations with a payment card connected to the EasyPark service, which can be ordered from EasyPark. Use the card at the barrier upon entrance and exit as follows:
1. Upon arrival, insert your EasyPark card into the ticket slot of the entrance barrier.
2. Upon exit, insert the EasyPark card into the ticket slot of the exit barrier.
Please note that the EasyPark card must be inserted into the ticket slot of the barrier unit so that the card’s magnetic stripe is on the right side of the card and downwards.
In Autopay locations, you can use EasyPark mobile payment on your smartphone.