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Cheap flights to Tallinn


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 Summer 2018 schedule (01.07.2018-27.10.2018)

 Winter 2018 schedule (28.10.2018-30.03.2019)

 Summer 2019 schedule (31.03.2019-26.10.2019)

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Get the next airBaltic flight to Tallinn and:

  • visit the prized Kumu art museum, built into a hillside
  • wonder along the quaint cobbled streets of the Old Town
  • go for a stroll along the Culture Kilometre

Direct flights to Tallinn

3 flights weekly between Tallinn and Paris (Charles De Gaulle), France

3 flights weekly between Tallinn and Berlin (Tegel airport), Germany

2 flights weekly between Tallinn and Vienna, Austria

5 flights daily between Tallinn and Riga, Latvia

7 flights weekly between Tallinn and Amsterdam (Schiphol), Netherlands

New direct route between Tallinn and Vilnius on April 18, 2016


cheap airbaltic flights to Tallinn

Once a city of 66 towers set around its easily defended historic hill of Toompea and the visible limestone cliff that cuts through its heart, Tallinn today has 19 towers (an impressive number nonetheless) and the spirit of a city where life is a pleasure. Located in north western Estonia on the southern coast of the Gulf of Finland, Tallinn lies across the Baltic Sea some 70 km from Helsinki, making it easily accessible by ferry. With a population of just over 400,000, it is both the capital and largest city of Estonia. airBaltic offers regular flights to Tallinn Airport, located a mere four kilometres from Raekoja plats (Town Hall square).


Estonian is the official language of Estonia and Tallinn and in contrast to other post-soviet nations, Russian is not as widespread as would be expected, with many locals preferring to pretend they don’t even speak it. English is common enough, especially in the Old Town, and in the hotels and tourist areas, where travelers should have little difficulty getting around. For a little Estonian basics, consider the always useful palun (please) and aitäh (thank you).

See and Do

At the centre of the city and by far its main attraction is Tallinn’s wonderfully preserved Old City, or Al-linn, some six hundred years old. It is a small area and easy enough to see on foot. The Raekoja plats is the main square with the Town Hall building, dating back to 1371. As the centre includes a hill, it is hard to miss the rise of Toompea with its founding Danish Castle atop. Once the command centre to the stand alone town named Dom zu Reval, it is today home to the Estonian Parliament. Nearby stands the powerful Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, as well as Tallinn’s oldest church, the Toomkirik. From atop the hill, the city and harbor spread out beyond in a nearly fairy tale-esque manner. Down below  the lower town extends through the old section with its narrow cobblestone streets with several fashionable and quaint shopping lanes, then onward to several parks below the hill, where strolling is a pleasure.
In the east of the city stands Kadriorg Palace, the imperial summer home of Peter the Great, designed by the Italian Niccolo Michetti. Today it is the Art Museum of Tallinn, as well as the presidential residence. For a chilling experience, pass by the Ex-KGB headquarters at Pikk 61, where the cemented basement windows tell all that is necessary of the atrocities that occurred within.
For entertainment, purchase tickets to a show at the Saku Suurhall, a large concert venue where the Eurovision contest was held. And don’t head back to your airline without sampling some Estonian cuisine. At the Olde Hansa try some first rate Estonian cooking, and even a little bear meat, which doesn’t come cheap. The beer is excellent as well.




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