What to expect
You’ll be tavelling to Estonia during a very special time, midsummer, with 19 hours of daylight and nearly no night. Make the most of your stay, experience our capital Tallinn and prolong your stay taking a trip to the countryside. The distances are short in Estonia, so one can see and experience a lot even within an extra day.
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Organizing the event, we do follow and ask our guests to follow the instructions on safety.
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How to get from Tallinn Airport to the city centre?
The airport is very conveniently located – just 4 kilometres (2.5 miles) from the city centre. You can easily travel to and from the airport by tram, bus, or taxi.
For both take a tram line No 4 (direct line, 17-18 minutes, leave at stop „Viru“) or take a taxi.
Travel by plane
The city’s international airport, Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport, provides excellent facilities and a wide variety of services. In 2019, Tallinn airport received the Airport Quality Service Award, making it the best in Europe in the category of airports with up to five million passengers.
Fly directly to Tallinn from over 40 different destinations.
Check out the special prices offered by airBaltic the official airline of ED-Awards Tallinn 2022.
Travel by ferry
Port of Tallinn, servicing over 10 million passengers a year, makes it one of the biggest and busiest passanger ports in Europe. Tallinn Old City Harbour includes passenger terminals A and D for regular ferry lines, cruise area for cruise passengers and Old City Marina for pleasure crafts. Regular lines serve routes to Helsinki (Finland), Stockholm (Sweden) and St. Petersburg (Russia).
Ferries cross the Gulf of Finland between Tallinn and Helsinki operated by different ferry companies make all in all in more than ten departutes a day, covering the distance in roughly two to three hours.
Tallink operates an over-night ferry between Tallinn and Stockholm.
Both are in a walking distance from the main passanger terminals.
Photo, panorama of Tallinn from the sea: https://www.flickr.com/photos/visitestonia/26552559818/in/album-72157633804459200/
It is also possible to get to Tallinn by a bus, train or car. Find out more details on how to get to Tallinn