Flights to Tallinn

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Departure Wed, 28 Feb Return Sun, 04 Mar
STN London
TLL Tallinn
return from £58
Departure Sat, 17 Mar Return Sat, 17 Mar
OSL Oslo
TLL Tallinn
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Departure Tue, 27 Feb Return Wed, 28 Feb
TXL Berlin
TLL Tallinn
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Departure Mon, 19 Feb Return Wed, 21 Feb
FRA Frankfurt
TLL Tallinn
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Popular flight routes to Tallinn
London - Tallinn
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Copenhagen - Tallinn
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Liverpool - Tallinn
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Glasgow - Tallinn
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Edinburgh - Tallinn
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Belfast - Tallinn
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Trips to Tallinn

Tallinn travel

A trip to Tallinn, located on the Baltic Sea just across from the Gulf of Finland, unveils a UNESCO World Heritage Site that was founded in the 13th century and is one of the best preserved old towns in northern Europe. The city's historical core is a magical world of narrow cobble-stoned streets, medieval architecture, gothic spires and red roofed properties that always leave a lasting impression on visitors. Former rulers of Estonia include Denmark, Sweden, Germany and Russia and their influence can be seen in the fusion of stunning architecture on display throughout the city. From imperial palaces to more contemporary Soviet-style buildings and there are many fascinating sights and attractions to explore.

Things to do and places to see in Tallinn

Tallinn is made up of several different districts, but the main area where most visitors spend their time is in the Kesklinn, which encompasses the Port of Tallinn, the Old Town (Vanalinn) and the central business district. This compact area can easily be explored on foot or by tram or bus and contains many of Tallinn's sights.

When visiting Tallinn, be sure to:

  • Visit the ancient Town Hall Square, lined with merchant houses and bustling cafes
  • Shop for gifts and souvenirs in the artisan Masters' Courtyard
  • Walk down St. Catherine's Passage and see glass blowers and artisans work their magic
  • Marvel at the splendid panoramic city views from the Kohtuotsa viewing platform
  • Hike up to the top of St. Olav's Church and Tower, which was once the tallest building in the world
  • See the Kadriorg Art Museum's wealth of paintings by Western and Russian artists between the 16th and 20th centuries
  • Gaze up at the onion-domed St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, the city's most lavish Orthodox church
  • Take a walking tour of the 14th century old town wall, which connects the Nunna, Sauna and Kuldjala towers
  • Spend a few hours wandering around the atmospheric streets of the Old Town
  • Understand old Estonian life at the Open Air Museum
  • Walk through the manicured gardens, Kadriorg Palace, built by Peter the Great at the beginning of the 18th century

Tallinn airports

Flights to Tallinn, the capital city of Estonia, land at Tallinn Airport, which is also known as Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport. The airport has one passenger terminal and is situated less than three miles from the city centre.

  • Tallinn Airport

    Top airlines

    A number of airlines operate cheap flights to Tallinn on a regular basis including: Air Baltic, easyJet and Finnair.


    Tallinn Airport is located less than three miles southeast of the city centre. The airport has a number of transport options for passengers' onward journeys.

    Transport options

    By car, you can travel to the city centre via the Tartu Võru Luhamaa road (Route 2). Passengers can also take the bus to the city centre from the bus stop in front of the terminal building. Bus number 2 runs to the city centre via a stop on Laikmaa Street and then onto the port. Official taxis are available outside the terminal building and it is advisable to agree on a rate before setting off as taxi rates are not regulated by Estonian law.

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