Tallinn is a real delight for tourists. Here you enjoy the comforts of the modern world and nightlife, while at the same time exploring the beautiful medieval buildings and baroque palaces. Tallinn has kept its fairy tale charm and the Old Town is one of the most enchanting walled cities in Europe. Tallinn has also evolved through the years into a cosmopolitan city with fine dining and cultural scene.
The picturesque Raekoja Plats (Town Hall Square) has been the heart of the Old Town for eight centuries and today is a venue for open-air events. Tallinn has many beautiful churches from different periods and among the most visited attractions are: the Orthodox Cathedral St. Alexander Nevsky, Cathedral of St. Mary the Virgin and St. Olav’s Church and Tower. To learn more about history and culture, visit the Estonian History Museum, Kumu Art Museum and the Estonian Open Air Museum.
The public transport in Tallinn is pretty straightforward to use. It included the bus, trolleybus and tram network which use the unified ticketing system. Since 2013, the public transport is free for the registered residents of Tallinn.
Buses cover the whole city including the districts not served by trams and trolleys. Most bus routes operate from 05:20 to 00:20, while in peak hours there are additional lines. There are also regional bus lines operating in the Harju County which is divided into 4 zones, including Tallinn.
There are four tram lines which cover mostly the city centre. It’s a fast way to get around the central area. Trolleybuses, on the other hand, cover only the western part of the city, mainly the Mustamäe and Haabersti districts.
Car rental in Tallinn is a good option if you don’t want to rely on public transport schedules and you want to follow your own itinerary. Estonia taxi service is a fast way to explore the city. You can hail the taxi on the street or order by phone. It’s good to know that there is no unified tariff system, so each Tallinn taxi company has its own price list.
Tallinn Port is one of the busiest passenger ports in the Baltics. In the recent years, the number of cruise passengers is increasing steadily.
Tallinn airport is the main gateway for arriving in Estonia. The airport is located fairly close to the city, only 4 km, which makes it very accessible.
Due to the short distance, it’s very easy to get from Tallinn airport to city centre by bus, airport taxi or private airport transfer.
The bus stops are located in front of the terminal, on the ground floor. There are two bus lines which make stops at Tallinn airport. Bus No. 2 operates from the city centre to Mõigu, making a stop at the airport, while bus No. 65 runs from Lasnamäe to the airport.
The airport taxi stands are in front of the terminal and it’s a fast way to reach your destination. However, as we mentioned above, the Estonia taxi tariff system is not regulated and each company sets its own prices. It is important that you make a research and learn which taxi company has the most affordable price and ask the driver before you enter the taxi.
In terms of price and comfort, booking a private Tallinn airport transfer is the most convenient option. You will get a personalised service and door-to-door service from the airport to your accommodation. The booking process is very simple. You can enter your details and get an instant quote. After you make the reservation, we will send you a confirmation email that your private Tallinn airport taxi is booked.
Once you arrive at the airport, the vehicle you booked will be waiting for you and the driver will take you directly to the desired destination. Sometimes unexpected flight delays happen, but you don’t have to worry about not getting on time. We will monitor your flight and adjust the pickup time according to the new schedule. This service is included free of charge.
Regarding the cost, you don’t have to worry about overcharging. The price for the Tallinn airport transfer is fixed and depends on the type of vehicle, as well as, the destination. The payment can be made online or directly to the driver.
The cost for a private Tallinn airport taxi to city centre starts from 29 EUR, one way.
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