Getting to Tallinn is easy at all times a year. You enter the city within a few hours from one of the main airports in Europe or Russia. The international communications due to the city’s expansion has make great effort to the availability. The port is one of the greater in the Baltic Sea and has ferries arriving on a daily basis from the neighbour surroundings. The modern international Airport is also a great contributor to the access of Tallinn.
Every 20 minutes leaves a bus from the Tallinn International Airport (TLL) to the city centre. The buses operate from 7.00 to 24.00 in front of the departure hall so there’s a fair chance for you to get into the town. The buses stops just in front of the Tallink Hotel.
If bus isn’t an option for you a taxi stand is located in front of the airport outside the arrivals hall and take you to the city centre in about 10 minutes.
Car rental agencies are of course also operating at the airport.
If you are arriving by sea you will land at the ferry terminals just outside the city centre, not far from the old town district.
When you enter Tallinn by train you will end up near the harbour and the old town, from there it’s just a 10 minutes walk to the Old Town or you can take tram nr 1 or
When you are driving car in Estonia the driver and all of the passengers have to use seatbelts at all times. Estonia law requires an international driver’s license and legitimate insurance policy. Don’t forget to switch on lights when driving in Estonia, even at daytime it’s necessarily.
Arriving by bus leads you right into the city centre. That’s where the international bus arrives and departs, namely the Tallinn’s Central Bus Station. From the bus station you can proceed to the city by tram nr, 2 or nr, 4. The city buses nr, 23 or 23A or 17A will do as well