How to Get to Tallinn Ferry Port

The Estonian roads are of similar quality as that of the Nordic nations. The infrastructure along the main highways has been drastically improved. Travelling by road to Tallinn port is a great way of exploring the small country; distances between localities aren't far and road traffic isn't intensive. Modern petrol stations are situated along the principal highways.

Tallinn Ferry Port by Car

The E67 highway provides the main route south to Latvia, connecting Tallinn with Parnu in southern Estonia. The E20 highway cuts east heading to the Russian border, which it reaches after Narva, while highway 2 follows a route to Tartu, in southeastern Estonia.

Tallinn Ferry Port by Bus

Bus services, which are run by Eurolines, link Tallinn with Scandinavian and Western European travel destinations. Bus services are frequent and efficient. Getting around Estonia by bus is the cheapest way of travelling across the country.

Tallinn Ferry Port by Rail

On a daily basis, trains are connected from Moscow and St. Petersburg to Tallinn. From the train station, tube number 1 and 2 connect to the Ferry port.

Tallinn Port Map