The capital of the Estonian Republic is one of the oldest capital cities in Northern Europe. It is one of the best retained medieval European towns, especially the Old Town with its unique medieval surroundings. The unique value of Tallinn’s Old Town lies first and foremost in the well-preserved completeness of its medieval milieu and structure, which has been lost in most of the capitals of Northern Europe. Since 1997 Tallinn is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
During the past ten years our capital has developed into a modern and open city with new tall glass and steel buildings, illuminated signs of major international companies, large shopping malls, newly renovated airport, ever growing cargo and dozens of new manufacturing and warehouse complexes. Tallinn offers much to discover for people with various interests – for those who love the arts, as well as for those who are interested in nightlife, for gourmet lovers, for shoppers, for friends of nature and many others.
Transportation in Tallinn
the Tallinn Airport
To get to Tallinn
University from the Airport, we kindly suggest you to take a taxi. There are
taxis available in front of the Airport building. Since Tallinn Airport is
fairly small you will easily see the taxis waiting in front of the arrivals
gate. The cost of a taxi drive to the Tallinn University should be
approximately 13 EUR. About the same rate applies when driving to one of the
You can also use public
transportation. The airport’s bus stop is located in front of the terminal of
arrivals. Bus No.2 travels on the route Mõigu - Passenger Port. In the city
centre the bus stops next to Viru Keskus at A. Laikmaa Street.
Tickets can be purchased
from the bus driver. Bus ticket costs 2 EUR and will grant you the right for
one ride. One end ticket is not marked, punched or
*From the airport to the
city, find schedule named ''Mõigu-Reisisadam'' where the bus stop ''Lennujaam''
means the Airport.
the Port of Tallinn To get to the Tallinn
University from the harbour, you should take a taxi. You can find taxis in
front of the harbour building (and if you can’t find one, please turn to the
information desk). The taxi drive to Tallinn University should cost
approximately 7 EUR
Public transportation in Tallinn Public transportation in Tallinn is by buses, trams and trolley buses. Tickets can be purchased from the bus/tram drivers, they cost 2 EUR.
Taxi A taxi ride costs approximately 0.55 EUR /per kilometre + starting fare 2.88 EUR. Many taxi companies may not accept payments by card. The taxi fares may slightly vary depending on the traffic and company.