Tallink Express Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Sadama 1, (formerly Reval Inn Tallinn), Tallinn, 10111, Estonia
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90%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
14%
16
Very Good
46%
51
Average
30%
33
Poor
8%
9
Terrible
0%
1

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 82% more than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Families64
  • Couples70
  • Solo84
  • Business75

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Forum Posts

from Tallin to Moscow by train

by sterne84

hi everybody,
I'll fly to Tallinn in a few days and would like to know how much does the train ticket to Moscow costs. I found the timetable but no information about the fare.

are there any discounts for students or people aged less than 25?
thank you very much :D
Anna

Re: from Tallin to Moscow by train

by Fanija

i found a link http://bilets.org/trains/%D0%A2%D00%D0B%D0B%D08%D0D%D0D/%D0%9C%D0E%D1%81%D0A%D02%D00/
the information seems to be only in Russian, though.
the prices per person go like this:
2281 Russian rubles
4826 RR
9102 RR
Depends on what type of compartment you will choose.
You can convert the currency here: http://coinmill.com/RUB_USD.html

I found discounts only for children under 10.

Re: from Tallin to Moscow by train

by sterne84

Thanks a lot Fanija!! :))
I'm wondering if the same ticket bought in Tallinn in krons would cost more or less the same (for example I noticed that trains from Lithuania to Russia and then back from Russia to Lithuania have different prices because there are different kinds of compartments)
bye :)

Re: from Tallin to Moscow by train

by sterne84

oh sorry, not in krons...now Estonian currency is euro!!!
so if someone knows the rice from estonia I'd be very grateful :)
bye

Re: from Tallin to Moscow by train

by natusik78

hi,
the price for one way from Tallinn to Moscow about 118 euro.

Travel Tips for Tallinn

UNESCO's World Heritage list

by Leipzig

The whole centre of Tallinn has been inscribed upon the UNESCO's World Heritage list since 1997. The well-preserved medieval character of the buildings, the powerful defensive walls, wooden buildings and cobblestone streets make you feel like being back in time.

Don't you have to love this language?

by Kathrin_E

Estonian is related to Finnish and that's about it, to the rest of the world this language is totally alien. I would like to learn it but that will remain a distant dream.

Anyway, whe it comes to foreign words Estonian is easy but you need some imagination. Spelling is the way these words are pronounced, so reading them aloud helps a lot. What is a "kauboi preerias", for example? - Yes. A cowboy in the prairies.

German speakers, especially German teachers at primary school level, will understand why I fell in love with that sign...

President Toomas Ilves grew up in New Jersey!

by BillNJ

In case you didn't already know, the current President of Estonia (Toomas Ilves) spent most of his childhood in Leonia, New Jersey.

President Ilves is usually seen wearing a bowtie which has become his trademark.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toomas_Hendrik_Ilves

Drivers stop at zebra crossings!!!

by frockland

Its unbelievable: Estonian drivers stop at zebra crossings for pedestrians! Even on busy 4 or 6 lane roads they will slow down and stop to let you cross! Be careful when you drive in Tallinn! The driver in front of you may break suddenly for this reason.

Keep a reserve of Estonian currency

by brazwhazz

While the Estonian kroon's value is pegged to that of the euro, not all places take euros if you pay cash. Therefore, it is wise to get some krooni before/when you arrive in Estonia.

Since there were no Cirrus ATMs at Tallinn Airport, I had to go to at the currency exchange desk to get some krooni with my credit card.

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 Tallink Express Hotel

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Address: Sadama 1, (formerly Reval Inn Tallinn), Tallinn, 10111, Estonia