For of Europe’s most beautiful medieval cityscape: turreted old-town walls, lush green parks, cobbled streets and winding passageways full of lively bars, restaurants and boutiques.
Raekoja plats (Town Hall Square), the focal point of the Old Town where seven streets merge. It’s home to several beer terraces, as well as other bars and restaurants. Regular markets, concerts and festivals take place here.
You probably didn’t know
The Estonian language has borrowed from English, German, Swedish, Russian, French and Finnish (note the striking similarity to Tolkien’s “Quenya”). You probably know quite a few words of Estonian already.
Estonia (the Bradt Travel Guide, 2014) by Neil Taylor. The author won an Estonia Presidential Award for his guidebook.
Things to do in Tallinn
Eat and drink on board
You can buy a variety of snacks, sandwiches, other light meals and beverages during your flight. Make sure you check our in-flight menu when you get on board.
New aircraft - low emissions
The average age of our aircraft is only 3.6 years old, which means less emissions and makes our fleet one of the youngest in the world.
Starting from 10 Euros you can get the window seat, be seated in the front to save time or near the exits to have more legroom. Already booked? Add seat reservation now.
Video on Demand
On flights longer than 3,5 hours, you can watch movies and tv series from your smartphone, tablet and laptop for 7 Euros. Remember your headset!
Tallinn Airport is centrally located, with quick and easy transport connections to the city centre and beyond. Less hassle, more time to enjoy yourself.
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