Port of Tallinn

Land Transport and Travel To and From Port Tallinn
(Tallinn, Harjumaa, Estonia)

The Estonian road network is excellent - extremely efficient and reliable with the infrastructure along the principal motorways being significantly improved.

Driving is an ideal way of exploring Estonia as traffic isn't very busy and distances between places aren't very far. Modern petrol stations can be found along the main motorways.

Travel by Bus and Shuttles

Bus services operated by Eurolines connect Tallinn with Western Europe and Scandinavian destinations. Travelling by bus is the cheapest way of getting around Estonia.

Car Hire and Road Travel

The E67 is the principal route south to Latvia. The E20 leads east towards the border of Russia, while Route 2 leads to Tartu in the southeast.

Car hire can be arranged in the city of Tallinn, where some of the major companies have depots. However, it is recommended that you book your car hire on line as this is where you will find the cheapest deals and also be guaranteed the car of your preferred choice.

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Trains and Rail Travel

Balti Jaam is Tallinn's main railway station. Trains from here run to domestic destinations such as Parnu, Narva, and Tartu. There are also services to three international destinations: Moscow, St Petersburg and Minsk.

Car Parking

Car parking facilities in the city aren't easy to find, and parking rates are quite high in the old quarters. However, you will find car-parking amenities at the port, which has both long- and short-term options.

Travel by Taxis

It is recommended to avoid travelling by taxis waiting at the stand outside the port as they have the reputation to charge very high fares and use fast meters.

Tallinn Port

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