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Forum Posts

bus service fron cruise dock

by warrenrd

is there bus service from where the Princess will dock? I will be in Tallinn for only 6 hours on Sept.7 and want to see Old town very much THANK YOU

Re: bus service fron cruise dock

by Li.Sa

There is a busstop in front of Terminal A and the bus number is 2 (if i remember correctly :)
But the Old Towin is only 20-30min walk from the dock.

Re: bus service fron cruise dock

by petalm

There is a bus, but if you can walk it is very close. Walk towards the main road, cross the road and continue up hill in the direction of the church steples. If you have a map, which you can get from the ferry or internet, it is even more simple. No need for a bus unless you plan on entering the new part of the city.
also try for some ideas of restaurants and places in the old city.
It's beautiful!

Re: bus service fron cruise dock

by Gerry_Hattrick

Too late for the original poster, but to walk to the old town should take most people less than 20 minutes. You may wait longer than that for the bus !

Travel Tips for Tallinn

Don't drink in public

by Airpunk

Tallinn has many smaller and a couple of larger parks. On sunny days, it is a common sight to see people sitting on the grass to relax or chat. Some of them are drinking beer, but unfortunately that is not allowed. Police might not be as strict as in Riga, for example, but to avoid an unnecessary unpleasant experience, enjoy your beer or wine in a pub/restaurant or at your place of accomodation.

It is said that people in the park warn each other if policemen are coming, but better keep your hands of alcohol while being in public areas.

Soviet history

by brazwhazz

If you wander outside of the Old Town/downtown area, you will be transported to the days of the Soviet regime. During our trip, we learned that a third of Tallinn's residents still live in massive Soviet-era appartment buildings like our Mahtra Hostel.

On the one hand, for locals, these buildings must be a painful remainder of foreign rule. On the other, it was quite an experience for North Americans such as us to travel through what seemed like an endless, grim concrete jungle.

Although these neighbourhoods could easily be dismissed as grim and ugly, they are symbols of an important ideology gone wrong and of one of the greatest empires of the 20th century. I hope they stay around for future generations to see and learn.

In Your Pocket


A great resource for information about travels to Eastern or Central Europe is "In Your Pocket". It provides information of more than 50 cities at the travel portal
About 20 printed full city guides are available locally at various places including kiosks. The guides are most comprehensive, up to date and honest.

Please have a look at the webpage when planning a trip to Eastern or Central Europe:
In Your Pocket

Old Town Days: Rat Race

by brazwhazz

Another highlight of the Old Town Days is the short, quirky Rat Race. In the Rat Race, teams of 4 white-collar employees (dressed in a costume made to recall their employer) must run a lap through the cobbled streets of the Old Town.

The race master of ceremonies is a giant rat, who revs up the crowd gathered at Raekoja plats (Town Hall Square). Thanks to him, we learned how to count in Estonian, as he kept spinning his tail around and counting up to five: ├╝ks, kaks, kolm, neli, viis!

To our surprise, the rat also took part in the race, but as you can see in the picture, didn't really break a sweat running.

The beach

by Gili_S

Tallinn (or Estonia in general) has very nice beaches, good wind also for wind surfing and sailing. The Moscow 1980 Olympic competition was here, and also the world championships last year. Don't look at this bad weather picture, I was just on the wrong day here.


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