Getting to & around in Tallinn

EBAN Congress Tallinn 2024 kicks off Monday, May 20 morning and is finished by lunch time Wednesday, May 22nd. The main day of the event is Tuesday, May 21st with a full day & evening program at Nobel Hall, Noblessner area. We suggest to make your flight and hotel reservations well ahead.

Fly to Tallinn

There are several direct flights from European cities to Tallinn Lennart Meri Airport. The closest airports that have good short connections to Tallinn are Riga (in Latvia), Helsinki (Finland) and Stockholm (Sweden) Airports.


Take a ferry

From Stockholm and Helsinki, there are ferry connections to Tallinn. From Helsinki, there are multiple departures with different companies. The ferry line to Stockholm is overnight and operated by Tallink.


Arrive by bus

Estonia can also be reached by bus from major cities in Germany, Poland, and the Baltic countries.


From the airport to the city

From Tallinn Airport to the city centre it’s just 3,5 km and shouldn’t take longer than 15 minutes by any kind of transportation. There is also a tram stop just in front of the Airport and the tram ride costs 2€. 


Getting around in Tallinn by public transport

Tallinn is cosy when it comes to distances. You can just go by foot when moving around in the centre and old town. Read more about public transport in Tallinn HERE. Feel free to use Google Maps in order to see live information about public transport departure/arrival times.


Taxi services

In Estonia, most people use smartphone apps like Bolt and Forus for taxi services. The taxi from the airport to the centre costs 10-15€. 

Well known taxi companies are Tulika Takso (1200, +372 6 120 000), Tallink Takso (1921, +372 640  8921), and Elektritakso (1918, +372 588 588 00).


E-scooters are everywhere

Many people commute the city centre using e-scooters by Bolt and Tuul. To use these just download the respective app, provide the relevant information and start riding. Wearing a helmet is strongly recommended.