Ferry tickets to Tallinn
The capital of Estonia is a famous travel destination of Eastern Europe. It is the main financial and commercial centre of the country.

Surfing and sightseeing in Tallinn

The capital of Estonia is a famous travel destination of Eastern Europe. It belongs to the Harju County and it is the main financial and commercial centre of the country. From the 13th until the 20th century, it was called Reval.
The Historic Centre of Tallinn has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s one of the best-preserved medieval cities in Europe. The “Baltic Queen” as it referred by many, is on the Gulf of Finland, very close to Riga, Stockholm and St. Petersburg. Travel to Tallinn by boat with Let’s Ferry.

View in the center of Tallinn

View in the center of Tallinn

Attractions in Tallinn
• All monuments are in and around the Old City. Start with the Aleksander Nevski Katedraal, an impressive Russian Orthodox Cathedral which was built in 1900.
• The Revali Raeapteek is one of the oldest pharmacies in Europe, which opened its doors in 1422. Today it operates as a pharmacy and there is also a museum operating inside.
• The Eesti Ajaloomuuseum is the Estonian History Museum with findings that date back to the prehistoric era.
• The Kiek in de Dok Fortifications Museum is a tower 38m high. It’s the starting point from which to discover the hidden tunnels of the city.
• The Tallinn TV Tower is 314m high and has fantastic views of the city and the Baltic Sea.

Beaches in Tallinn
• The Kakumäe rand is mostly sandy and ideal for surfers. It’s not organized but it has a beach bar. It’s 14 km from the port.
• The Pikakari rand is both rocky and sandy. You won’t find sunbeds and umbrellas but there is a playground. Very close from there you will see an entrance to a forest. It’s 7 km from the port.
• The Pirita is one of the most popular, organised beaches with kite surf and SUP facilities. The beach starts right where the nearby forest ends.

Activities in Tallinn
Stroll around the Taani Kuninga Aed (Danish King’s Garden) and see the monk’s statues.
Cycling and hiking at the Tondiraba. Walk through trees and ponds and let the kids explore the playground.
Skateboard at the Freedom Square. It’s one of the most important squares of Tallinn where, during the Soviet era, military parades used to take place.

Access to Tallinn: You can reach the port by bus, trolleybus, tram, car, velotaxi, plane or ferry. Tallinn airport is 5 km away.

Only in Tallinn: At the Maritime Museum Seaplane Harbour Lennusadam visit the submarines and take photos in naval uniforms. Explore the tools and the naval instruments and visit the flight simulators.
Book ferry tickets to Tallinn through Let’s Ferry.

Information about the port of Tallinn

The port is connected to Helsinki.
Facilities at the port of Tallinn: Free Wi-Fi, ATM, taxi, cafe, car rentals, luggage storage, paid parking.

Useful phones, Tallinn:
Port: +372 631 8555
Hospital: +372 666 1900
Police: +372 612 5400

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