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Tallinn, Estonia



Travel to Tallinn

By Plane

Tallinn Airport is a sleek and modern affair, having undergone a rehaul back in 1999. Direct flights arrive from all of Tallinn's neighbouring capitals, as well as many other major European cities such as London, Warsaw, Frankfurt, Amsterdam and Dublin, with major carriers including Estonia Air, LOT, Lufthansa, KLM and Easyjet. Tallinn Airport is only 4km from the city.  A taxi will cost approximately 10 Euro.

Important! Taxi rates are not limited by law in Estonia. Before you start your ride, make sure that the rate is acceptable to you and, if possible, ask the driver for the estimated fare. In order to avoid any unpleasant experiences with taxis, the airport recommends that you only use our partner taxis waiting at the official taxi park of the airport.

Alternatively, Bus number 2 will take you to the centre of the Old Town for 2 Euro. The journey time is 15-17 minutes, but the bus only leaves every 20-40 minutes depending on the day and time of day

By Rail

There are regular international train connections to Tallinn from Moscow. The railway station (Balti jaam) is situated near the Old Town and harbour.

By Bus

International services run by Eurolines and Ecolines connect Tallinn to Berlin, Cologne, Hamburg, Kaliningrad, Kaunas, Kiev, Munich, Riga, St. Petersburg, Stuttgart, Vilnius and Warsaw. Tallinn’s ‘central’ bus station is actually located about 1km out of town at Lastekodu 46, but you can hop on a number 2 or 4 tram, or catch local buses 17, 17a and 23 for easy access.