Tallinn Airport will never be the largest in the world but it can be the world’s cosiest airport. We are really proud to say that the Airports Council International recognised Tallinn Airport with the Best European Airport 2018 award. The high award was received in a competition of airports with up to 5 million passengers, overtaking the airports of Cork, London City, Torino, Kosovo and Chisnau.
Tallinn Airport is located just 4 km from the city centre making the airport easily accessible. The airport has good public transport connection. Tram line no.4 stop is located on the city side of the passenger terminal of the airport. On Monday through Saturdays, the first tram arrives at the airport at 5:25 AM and at 5:45 on Sundays. The last tram leaves at 00:45 AM, allowing also the passengers arriving on the late evening flights to reach the city centre with public transport. Also bus No. 2 runs on the City Centre. The journey to the city centre takes approximately 15-17 minutes. For a single trip you can buy the ticket from the driver (2EUR) or buy a QR-ticket on the internet (1EUR).
Port of Tallinn is one of the biggest and busiest passenger ports in the Baltic region and when considering the international regular passenger traffic only, it is among the traffic leaders in the whole world. More than 10 million passengers pass Port of Tallinn’s passenger terminals in a year. With its location in the very heart of the city of Tallinn, the harbour allows excellent access for passengers to the city centre. Round the year regular lines of Tallinn-Helsinki, Tallinn-Stockholm and Tallinn-St. Petersburg are served.
Estonia is a member of the Schengen area, meaning that travellers coming from other Schengen countries do not need an additional visa to enter Estonia. Nationals of the EU, EEA, United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, in addition to further countries, do not need a visa to visit Estonia.
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In Estonia, the climate is Baltic, i.e slightly continental, with cold winters and mild, moderately rainy summers. Spring in Estonia is usually dry and mild. May is the warmest month in spring when first heat waves arrive and the temperatures can reach 20-25°C. It is still advisable to bring some warm clothes!
You should feel perfectly safe to eat and drink everything. The tap water all over Estonia is absolutely safe.
In case of an emergency dial 112. The Emergency Response Centre is your first line of help in situation where you need help from ambulance, police or rescue, need help or wish to give information.If it is determined that a person’s life is in danger, the primary necessary information has to be gathered within 60 seconds and the dispatch order has to be forwarded to workers sent to the scene within 30 seconds.
The country code is +372. Mobile prepaid service SIM cards (Simpel, Smart, Zen, Diil) from different local mobile operators are available at most newsstands and supermarkets.
There are over 300 free wireless internet zones around the city, including Old Town, concert halls, pubs and restaurants.
The current is 220 volts AC, 50 Hz, European-style 2-ping plugs are in use.
- Official language is Estonian. English and Russian are also understood and widely spoken.
- Hello! – Tere!
- Goodbye! – Head aega!
- Thank you! – Tänan! Aitäh!
- You’re welcome. – Palun.
- Excuse me. – Vabandage.
- What’s your name? – Mis teie nimi on?
- My name is – Minu nimi on
- I don’t understand. – Ma ei saa aru.