Information & Facts
Taxis are available at the airport. Cab fare into Tallinn is
Short and long-term parking is available.
Car rental agencies operating at the airport include Avis,
Budget, Hertz, National and Europcar.
Bus 2 connects the airport to the city centre. The bus stop is
in front of the departure hall at the airport. Taxis are available
at a rank outside the arrivals hall and take about 10 minutes to
the city centre.
The airport is small, but ultra-modern. Three banks operate at
the airport providing ATMs, exchange services and cashing of
travellers cheques. There is a post office in the departure hall, a
large duty free shop, a bar and snack bar, left luggage, travel
agencies, a beauty salon and two comfortable, well-equipped
Locals speak Estonian, which is part of the Finno-Ugric
family of languages. English is widely used and understood among
the younger generation and those involved in the tourist
The Estonian currency is now the Euro, as the Kroon (EEK) was
discontinued from 2011. Foreign currency can be easily exchanged at
hotels, banks and exchange bureaux in the larger towns, at the
airport and main railway station. Major credit cards are generally
accepted in the larger hotels, main restaurants and shops, but it
is wise to check first. Preferred travellers cheques in Estonia are
Amex, Thomas Cook and Eurocheque. Banking hours are weekdays 9am to
4pm. Exchange bureaux are open till 6pm on weekdays and from 9am to
3pm on Saturdays. Some open on Sundays. ATMs are available in most
Local time is GMT +2 (GMT +3 from the last Sunday in March to
the last Sunday in October).