Tallinn Transportation

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  • 1. Ferry Helsinki

    To reach tallinn from Helsinki take the ferry which will drop you at destination in just two comfortable hours. It's best to book online but we saw plenty of people just buying tickets 40 minutes...

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  • 2. Tram/Bus

    We used Tallinn’s bus system on the day we went to Nõmme. We took the number 36 from near Tammsaare Park to Nõmme and back, a journey which took 20 minutes or so. It is possible to buy, for 2€, a...

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  • 3. Airport

    I left Tallinn on an Estonian Air flight to Stockholm (and on from there with SAS to Heathrow). And I was so impressed with this little airport! It was clean and bright, with just enough shops and...

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  • 4. InterCity Bus

    I travelled to Tallinn in the company of eight other VT members on the Lux Express bus. A number of companies serve this route but Lux seemed to offer the best combination of convenient timing,...

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  • 5. Airport Bus

    The cheapest option to get from the airport to the city centre (or vice versa) is to take the No.90K bus operated by Hansabuss. This bus which started operating in May 2011 only costs 2 Euros and has...

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  • 6. Taxis

    We used TALLINN TAXIS twice. The first time was from Tallinn Coach Station when we arrived by bus from Riga. We had prepaid to Lux Express 6,50 Euros and had our vouchers in hand. The voucher was good...

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  • 7. Ferry Stockholm

    A great way to entry the city of Tallinn os by boat/ferry from Stockholm harbour. The trip will take about 24 hours but there's lot to do on the boat. I'll recommend Ttallinksilja ferry. Silja's...

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  • 8. Walk Old Town

    Old Town is compact enough to explore TALLINN BY FOOT. We were there two full days, Friday May 30 and Saturday May 31. Friday morning, I explored Lower Town - All-Linn. Only a few minutes walk from...

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  • 9. Autobussijaam

    The most common way to get around in Estonia and beyond is to take the long haul bus. The Autobussijaam (main bus station) is located about 2km southeast of the Old Town. Trams 2 and 4 stop just...

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  • 10. Train

    While the bus is a more popular way to get around in Estonia, the country does have a system of passenger trains as well. Tallinn's Baalti jaam (main train station) is located on Toompuiestee 37, a...

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  • 11. Sightseeing

    For those arriving by ship, the Baltic port of Tallinn is within reasonable walking distance of the city centre. However, courtesy buses are still laid on to transport cruise-ship passengers to & from...

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  • 12. Copterline

    There's one more transport option for getting to and from Tallinn, and it's for the more adventurous, those in a mad panic rush, or those with money to spare. The Copterline helicopter trip from...

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  • 13. Parking

    I propose that in Tallinn are many car parkings near Old city. But there is one good what I can suggest which is very close to everything. It is located in Vabaduse valjak - the square which is near...

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  • 14. Pedicab

    I saw a guy with a pedicab - he had a recumbent trike with a space for two people in the back. So I want over to enquire. He said for 350 kronor ($35) we could do an hour tour for the two of us....

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  • 15. Rental car

    Brad had ordered a Volkswagen Transporter with 8 passanger seats from Hertz, to pick up in Ahtri Street 12 and deliver downtown Vilnius. The Tallinn location is conveniently close to the harbour, and...

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  • 16. Tallinn Card

    If for whatever reason you decide to spend your entire time in Tallinn in the Old Town, you will not need any kind of transport except some good shoes. (The only form of public transport you will find...

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  • 17. Connection to Helsinki

    There are many ferris to Helsiniki.So check which is best for you.Most ferry lines offer student fares but you have to ask for them.My journey with the Nordic...

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  • 18. Not exactly transportation

    This is not exactly transportation, but surely helping with navigation, in Tallinn, your GSM cell phone will tell you exactly where you are, here it is telling...

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  • 19. Transportation links

    I added here few direct links for the most common and popular Tallinn connections.You can visit Tallinn by all measures of transportations, bus, train, fly or...

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  • 20. Daytrip by bus to Haapsalu

    The Central Bus Station in Tallinn is situated about 2 km southeast of the city centre. I walked there, but there are several city buses and trams you can take...

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  • 21. The Road to Narva is a War Memorial

    The main road that leaves Tallinn to the East towards Narva ia a busy four-lane highway. Hardly anyone in the thousands of cars that pass here every day will...

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  • 22. By car, bus, plane

    From Latvia to Estonia you can go by car. Take road A1 to Ainazi and then through Parnu you can reach Tallinn. From Riga to Tallinn it takes approx. three to...

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  • 23. Estonian Air

    Estonia. AirBooked online.Nice newish plane , easy checkin and on time. And free to checkin a bag .what's not to love. Why is so unpleasant in North America.

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