Tallinn is the capital city of Estonia and an ideal holiday destination if you want to combine the comforts of modern world, versatile nightlife and luxurious adventures with rich cultural scene in the local historical setting.
Tallinn’s medieval Old Town is known around the world for it’s authentic Hanseatic architecture. Enjoy the cobblestone streets and houses dating back as far as to 11th century, visit few of the local galleries and museums, indulge in small cosy cafés or restaurants and buy travel memorabilia from summer or Christmas open air Hanseatic fairs.
Just a 5 minute walk from the medieval Old Town is the thriving business centre of Tallinn: modern glass and steel skyscrapers, high-tech hotels and conference centres, hundreds of restaurants and bars, banks and shopping. Here is everything you would expect from a modern European capital, within an easy reach and for a friendlier price.
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Berlin Airport (TXL)
Tegel, Berlin's main airport, has excellent connections to the city's public transport network. Several buses and express coaches operated by BGV connect the airport to the city centre. Alternatively you can take a taxi, hire a car or pick up a pre-booked hire car.
The city boasts a highly efficient public transport network that includes an underground railway (U-Bahn), trams and buses. Taxis are of course also available. Many hotels and hostels offer bicycle hire services. Berlin is flat as a pancake, so what better way to see it than from the saddle of a bike?
Tallinn Airport (TLL)
Tallinn Airport is located just 4 km from the city centre making the airport easily accessible. The airport has good public transport connections, offers sufficient access for taxies and provides plenty of options for parking your car.
Tallinn Airports aim is to be the world’s cosiest airport.
In recent years, the transformation of Tallinn Airport into a cosy airport has been particularly noticeable. The different needs of passengers have been more clearly catered for in order to offer everyone a chance to spend their waiting time as pleasantly as possible.