About Talinn

Tallinn is a beautiful city and is known for its rich culture. The capital of Estonia and an ideal vacation destination, you'll be able to mix the city's versatile nightlife and opulent adventures with the cultural scene in the local historical setting. The traditional singing events are the soul of the nation as they are entertaining and interesting to watch. It is also an e-city where everything is done digitally. The best thing is? There's free wifi everywhere! Tallinn has a lot of greenery that will make you feel close to nature. The city is the best destination that blends old and new things that will make you love your stay.

Public Transport System

Tram, Bus, Taxi, Trolley Bus, Train, Ferry.

Cleanliness and Efficiency

Efficiency: Moderate. Cleanliness: High

Mode & Cost of Transports

Taxi: starting fare- 5.50 Euros

You can buy four types of tickets for public transportion modes- ( Bus, Trolley Bus, Tram, and Ferry).

  • Single ride tickets-
    • Paper ticket from the driver- 2 Euros
    • Electronic QR ticket- 1 Euro
  • One Hour Tickets and One Day Ticket-
    • One-hour ticket - €1.10
    • One-day ticket (24h) - €3
  • Day Tickets-
    • Three-day ticket (72h) - €5
    • Five-day ticket (120h) - €6
    • 30-day ticket - €23
  • A Tallinn Card can be useful for travelling anywhere you want.

Basic Items & Cost

Name Price
Water Bottle EUR 1.00
Cup of Coffee EUR 3.00
Milk Carton Pack EUR 1.00
Rice/Kg EUR 1.00
White Bread EUR 1.00
Eggs (12) EUR 1.00
Combo Meal EUR 6.00
Fine Dining EUR 45.00
Bottle of Coke or Pepsi EUR 2.00
Domestic Beer EUR 4.00
Imported Beer EUR 4.00
Bottle of Wine EUR 7.00
Cigarettes (20 Pack) EUR 4.00
Taxi ( 1 km ) EUR 1.00
Ticket in local transport (Single way). EUR 2.00
Rent ( One Bed Room) EUR 509.00


  • Visit museums in Tallinn.
  • Visit the KGB museum, and don’t miss out on the food.
  • Try out Tallinn’s craft beer.
  • Go to the top of St Olaf’s Church for a nice view of the old town.
  • The Russian Orthodox Church on Toompea is worth a visit for its architectural beauty.
  • Dress up according to the weather.
  • Try to visit in Spring or Autumn and go outside the Old Town.



  • Don’t be vague while asking any questions as Tallinn people are very straightforward and might find it annoying.
  • Don’t litter anywhere.
  • Don’t be too sensitive to jokes as Estonians have a great sense of humor. You won’t want to miss out on that!
  • Don’t talk about history as Estonians as it might be a touchy subject.
  • Don’t forget to wear reflectors, especially when you are traveling in winter. You may be fined if you’re caught without reflectors.
  • Don’t blindly pay for jacked-up drink prices as some bartenders mark up the price of liquor for foreign tourists. 
  • If you are invited by Estonian to their home, take off your shoes outside the house before you step inside. 
  • Don’t travel without insect repellent, as Tick-borne Encephalitis and Lyme-disease are widespread in Tallinn. 


Night Life

The nightlife in Tallinn city is something that you should never miss. It has many party options that will amaze you due to the availability of pubs and clubs around the city. You can choose your favorite place to go depending on the type of music you enjoy, or your general aesthetic. The city has an underground dance scene that is extremely refreshing for visitors. Tallinn also has summer party options: dance bars and clubs that shouldn't be missed. Tallinn offers you a great range of artistic talent, ranging from dedicated nightclubs hosting the best of local or up-and-coming international DJs to the many bars and cafes that hold regular gigs on weekends. You should visit Club Hollywood, Nightclub Sunset, and the VenusClub as these are some of the best nightclubs in the old town of Tallinn.

Must See

'Must-see' destinations:

  • The St Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
  • The Danish King’s Garden
  • St Olaf’s Church
  • Toompea Hill
  • Bastion Passages in the Old Town of Tallinn.
  • Estonian Open Air Museum
  • Tallinn Television Tower



  • Try some Cool Cafes and Restaurant - F-Hoone, Frenchy, Kivi Paber, and, Reval Cafe.
  • The Kohtuotsa Viewing Platform
  • The Great Guild Hall
  • Linnahall
  • St. Catherine's Cloister
  • The Kalev Chocolate Shop and Sweets Mastery in Rotermann Quarter


  • Join a free walking tour where you can get a chance to learn more about the city itself.
  • Roam around the Old Town of Tallinn. 
  • Enjoy the nightlife in TallinnGo on a Pub Crawl.
  • Visit Telliskivi Loomelinnak.
  • Take a day tour to Helsinki.
  • Enjoy Estonian cuisine in a medieval setting.
  • Seek out the best Pelmeenid in the city.
  • Don't miss out on an elk soup at III Draakon.



Viru Keskus
Antique Markets
Viru väljak 4/6, 10111 Tallinn, Estonia
Distance From City Center
2.7 km
Shopping Malls
Estonia puiestee 9, 11314 Tallinn, Estonia
Distance From City Center
1.2 km
Ülemiste Centre
Shopping Malls
Suur-Sõjamäe 4, 11415 Tallinn, Estonia
Distance From City Center
3.2 km
Balti Jaama Turg
Antique Markets
Kopli 1, 10412 Tallinn, Estonia
Distance From City Center
2.0 km
Idla Antiik - Antique Furniture Shop Väike-Ameerika 3
Antique Markets
Virmalise 2, 10131 Tallinn, Estonia
Distance From City Center
2.4 km
Idla Antiik - Antique Shop , Collectible , Coins , Art
Antique Markets
Pikk 30, 10133 Tallinn, Estonia
Distance From City Center
1.0 km
Telliskivi kirbuturg
Flea Markets and Bazaars
Telliskivi 60a, 10412 Tallinn, Estonia
Distance From City Center
2.8 km
Kadaka Kirbuturg
Flea Markets and Bazaars
Mustamäe tee 60, 12916 Tallinn, Estonia
Distance From City Center
5.4 km
Telliskivi Kirbukas
Flea Markets and Bazaars
Telliskivi 57, 10412 Tallinn, Estonia
Distance From City Center
2.6 km
Estonian Handicraft House
Handicrafts and Souviners
Pikk 22, 10133 Tallinn, Estonia
Distance From City Center
1.1 km
Estonian House
Handicrafts and Souviners
Viru 3, 10140 Tallinn, Estonia
Distance From City Center
1.3 km
Allikamaja Handicraft
Handicrafts and Souviners
Lühike jalg 6a, 10130 Tallinn, Estonia
Distance From City Center
1.2 km
T1 Mall
Shopping Malls
Peterburi tee 2, 11415 Tallinn, Estonia
Distance From City Center
4.2 km
Kristiine Centre
Shopping Malls
Endla 45, 10615 Tallinn, Estonia
Distance From City Center
2.5 km
Lasnamäe Centrum
Shopping Malls
Mustakivi tee 13, 13619 Tallinn, Estonia
Distance From City Center
8.8 km
  • Handicrafted sweaters.
  • Kalev Chocolates.
  • Glassware.
  • Juniper Products.
  • Chado Tea.
  • Vana Tallinn.
  • Amber Jewelry.
  • Haapsalu Scarves.
  • Helk Reflector.
  • Kumar Brooch.
  • Craftory Leather Accessory.

Official Language


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Euro (EUR)


1.3 (Millions)

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Scattered Clouds 21.7°C

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18:38 PM (GMT +03:00)


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Type F ( 220 V 50 Hz)
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Airport Name / IATA Code

Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport - TLL

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Best time to visit

April, May June, July, and August, are the best months to visit Tallinn as humidity and temperatures combine to make this season a comfortable season to visit. The months of spring make it a good time for those looking for more things to do, as it is the second busiest season for tourists. This makes it a good time for tourists to visit.

Moderate time to visit

September, October, and November: These are rainy and snowy months. Tourism during this time is fairly slow thanks to the weather, so you might find hotels at off season rates.

Worst time to visit

December, January, and February: Heavy winter. The weather is too cold/snowy for tourists to properly enjoy attractions.


Start Tariff: EUR 2.50

1 Km. Tariff: EUR 0.50

1 Hour Waiting Tariff: EUR 10.25

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