There are direct flights to Tallinn from around 30 European cities including Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Helsinki, London, Milan Bergamo, Moscow, Munich, Oslo, Paris, Riga, Stockholm, St. Petersburg, Vienna, Warsaw, and Vilnius. For information on these and other connections, see the web site of Tallinn Airport.
The city is 4 kms from the airport and you can reach it by tramway or taxi.
The tramway (line #4, direction: “Tondi”) can be taken at the exit of the airport terminal. It reaches Tallinn city centre in about 15 minutes. To reach the conference venue, you should get off at the “Viru” stop, which is in a shopping centre right next to Sokos Viru Hotel. The tram runs from around 5:30am until around 00:45, allowing passengers arriving on late night flights to reach the city. The tram tickets cost 2 euros when purchased from the driver. Information on tram lines and stops can be found HERE.
The taxi fare from the airport to city centre can vary between 5 and 8 euros. There is a taxi rank at the exit of the airport terminal.
When taking a taxi from the city, do make sure that you check the fares before getting into the taxi (they are printed on the window). Some taxi companies apply higher fares than others.
An online map and several printable maps of Tallinn can be found here.
Maps indicating the conference venue can be found here.
Estonia uses East-European Time, EET, which is one hour ahead of Central European Time, CET, in other words GMT+3 in summer.
The electricity supply is 220 volts AC, 50 Hz. European-style 2-pin plugs are in use.
The country code for Estonia is +372. There are no area codes. The prefix for international calls is 00. The emergency number is 112.
There are 3 mobile providers: EMT, Tele 2 and Elisa.
There are no public payphones in Estonia.
Information about public transport in Tallinn can be found here.
We recommend the following taxi companies: Tulika Takso (phone 1200), Reval Takso (phone 1207), Tallink Takso (phone 1921) and Marabu (phone 650 0006). When taking a taxi from other companies, we recommend that you check the fares on the taxi’s window. You can demand a printed receipt from the taxi.
Both Taxify and Uber operate in Tallinn.