“It’s lively yet peaceful, absurdly photogenic and bursting with wonderful sights – ancient churches, medieval streetscapes and noble merchants’ houses. Throw in delightful food and vibrant modern culture and it’s no wonder Tallinn seems in danger of being loved to death, especially after a few cruise ships dock. But it’s one of those blessed places that seems to cope with all the attention.” – Lonely Planet
Lennart Meri International Airport (TLL) is the largest airport in Estonia located 2.5 miles (4km) southeast of Tallinn. To reach the city center you can take public transportation, taxis or a private shuttle.
A private shuttle will cost you €21 for up to 6 passengers and is your most expensive option. A taxi is usually around €10 into the center and you can take buses 2, 49 and 65 for €2 (tickets purchased onboard) or tram 4 (tickets purchased online or onboard).
If coming overland then Lux Express has bus routes in and out of Tallinn or you check Flixbus for more routes outside the Baltics. If you are coming from Russia you also have the option of taking the train.
Tallinn is also very accessible by water from big cities like Stockholm, Helsinki and St. Petersburg. Check out ferry prices and schedules HERE.