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Tallinn Airport (Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport) is the main gateway to the country. It is home to the national airline Nordica as well as the support hub of Latvian AirBaltic. The airport is only four kilometres away from the city centre and the Tallinn ferry port. The airport offers additional services including the rental of office and warehouse space, as well as hangars. Meetings and corporate events can be held at the airport in one of the specially equipped business halls.
The airport is serviced by public transport between 05:30 am and 00:45 am. Tram line 4 and bus lines 2 and 65 stop outside the passenger terminal and take you to the city centre within 15 minutes. A one-hour single fare ticket can be bought onboard, online, or from a ticket machine in the waiting lounge. City travel cards can be bought at the kiosk at the terminal as well.
Taxis are available to hire from designated taxi ranks outside the terminal. Check the ride price with the driver as there is no state-regulated limit in Estonia on a taxi fare per kilometre.
Tallinn’s commuter network has been modernized to use electric and hybrid trains, and since 2019 runs entirely on 100 % green energy.
Tickets are available online and from ticket offices at train stations. All online purchases come with a 15 % discount, and buying from a ticket machine at the station is 10 % cheaper as well.
Tallinn public transport connects the city centre and its suburbs with an ample network of buses, electric trolleybuses, and trams. These run between 6 am and 11 pm. Passengers can enter the vehicle through any door and simply validate the ticket on board.
Guests will appreciate the flexibility of a unified Tallinn Card. This allows unlimited use of public transport and includes free entry to the main city museums and attractions.
Ühiskaart is a unified travel card for Tallinn. This allows travellers to buy day tickets for a group of up to six people and to use electronic tickets. This card can be topped up at any kiosk and online.
Tallinn ferry port operates frequent connections across the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland to Helsinki. The crossing for Finland takes around 2-3 hours and the trip to Stockholm will take around 16-17 hours.
Tickets can be bought online in advance and on the day, advanced bookings can come with significant discounts.