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Holidays in Tallinn FAQs
Is Tallinn safe to visit?
With low crime rates, Tallinn is considered a very safe city to visit. Of course, like in all cities, you should be careful with your valuables and always keep an eye out for pickpockets.
If you are planning to rent a car and drive during your visit, you must be very careful. The weather conditions and potholes in the city will require you to apply the utmost care and attention.
Is Tallinn good for a city break?
Serving up stunning architecture, a fantastic food scene and incredible points of historic interest, Tallinn makes a fantastic destination for a city break. You could not find yourself short of things to do in the city and there is a wide range of accommodation options to cater to all tastes.
Can you fly direct to Tallinn from the UK?
Yes, you can fly direct to Tallinn from the UK. At the moment, there are two direct flight routes available, both of which are from London. You can fly with Ryanair from Stansted and EasyJet from Gatwick. If you’re based elsewhere, you can always catch a connecting flight from your local airport to London or elsewhere in Europe.
How many days do you need in Tallinn?
With so much to do in Tallinn, it is advisable to stay for at least three nights in order to get the most out of the city. That being said, a guided tour around the city will whizz you through all of its highlights and best attractions in a short time frame. You could always opt for a bespoke tour to ensure you tick off every spot on your bucket list.
Do they speak English in Tallinn?
While Estonian is the native language, Tallinn’s flourishing tourism industry has brought most of its inhabitants to speak English. Many residents are fluent, especially those working in hospitality sectors so you are unlikely to encounter many communication issues.