BY AIR: Most major European cities are less than 2,5 hours away by air. Direct flights are available from all of Tallinn’s neighbouring capitals (Stockholm, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Riga) as well as many other European cities, such as London, Frankfurt, Brussels, Amsterdam, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Kiev, Moscow, St.Petersburg, Oslo, Warsaw.
Please visit the web of Tallinn Airport for the most current destination map.
The main airlines serving Tallinn are Nordica, Finnair, SAS, Lufthansa, Easyjet, LOT Polish Airline, Air Baltic, among others. There are no direct trans-Atlantic flights to Tallinn, but the destinations are well connected via Helsinki, Stockholm, Amsterdam and Frankfurt.
Flight times to Tallinn from some European destinations:
BY SEA: Another option to consider when travelling to Tallinn is flying to Helsinki, Finland and taking the ferry to Tallinn. There are frequent ferry connections between Tallinn and Helsinki, and the trip takes 2 hours. Ferries also link Tallinn to Stockholm (overnight trip).
Please visit the web of Tallinn Port for the schedules.
BY ROAD: Tallinn is 300 km from Riga, Latvia on the Via Baltica, part of the E67 Highway that runs to Prague. There is a selection of international bus lines connecting Tallinn with Riga, Vilnius, St. Petersburg and many German and Scandinavian cities.
Please visit the web of international coach service Luxexpress for schedules and ticket information.
BY RAIL: International overnight trains link Tallinn with Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia.
Timetables and tickets are available here.
Public Transportation within the city
There is hardly any need for conference delegates to use public transportation in the city, as the conference venue, all main hotels, major tourist attractions, restaurants and shops are in the city centre and within walking distance.