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Archive for July, 2012

29
Jul
Category : Tallinn Guide | Blog
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28
Jul

Tallinn Airport Information

Check In
In Tallinn Airport check-in generally closes 40 minutes before the departure depending on the domestic and international flights and also on the airline. In order to get more detailed information please contact your airline.

TRAVEL DOCUMENTS
All passengers who use international air transport are required to submit a valid identification document both when registering for a flight as well as when boarding the plane. Starting from 1 May 2006 the same rule applies also in case of domestic flights. When traveling to a destination not included in the Schengen judicial area the passenger is also required to pass through passport control.

Travel documents accepted on Estonian flights:
– ID-card
– passport

Travel documents accepted on international flights:
– ID-card (within European Union)
– passport

TRAVEL LUGGAGE
Regarding the size and weight of the travel luggage we recommend to ask for more detailed information from the airline or the handling agent. (Tallinn Airline Providers)

Information regarding the restriction and prohibitions for goods carried with the passengers is available at the website of Estonian Tax and Customs Board.

Free Skype Video at Tallinn airport

WiFi internet connection and Skype video booth – FREE OF CHARGE!
Tallinn Airport is the first airport in the whole world, providing FREE OF CHARGE Wifi internet connection all over the passenger terminal. Come and enjoy!

In case you don’t have a laptop with you, they have installed 14 internet kiosks around the terminal for you to use also FREE OF CHARGE! In addition to all that Tallinn Airport is proud to present the first Skype video booth! This communication solution enables you to call your friends and family on Skype free of charge.

PARKING
NB! Due to the change in traffic management of Tallinn Airport, the bus traffic meant for traveller service, including urban lines No. 2, 65 and 90K, and long-distance buses will be directed to Floor 0 of the passenger terminal. Buses will stop near the entrance of Floor 0 of the passenger terminal.

In order to ensure the safety of travellers, a bus line separated from other traffic and short-time parking slots for buses have been completed on Floor 0 of the airport. Long-term parking of buses takes place pursuant to the current parking regulation.

More Tallinn airport parking information.

Tallinn Airport Parking Map

Types of Transport to and from Tallinn Airport
Tallinn airport has a good network of transport that can take you to and from your final destination, such as the staying in the Tallinn Old Town

Here are some useful links to more specific information about each transport option…
Public Transport
Shuttle bus
Taxi
Car Rental

We hope this information will make your travels smooth and enjoy your stay in Tallinn!

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22
Jul
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18
Jul

Tallinn Breaks Twitter Feed

Follow our Tallinn Breaks twitter feed for all the latest news & events information from in and around Tallinn. We draw from all the major tourist information sites to give you comprehensive and timely updates. We tweet about up coming festivals, when they are happening & links through to where you can buy tickets.

Want to know when the next great Tallinn concert is? Not a problem, just follow Tallinn Breaks Twitter feed and you will know well in advance. We also tweet once in a while about some great savings you can make with your Tallinn accommodation or just to give some top tips about staying in Tallinn.

Keep track of us on Twitter for all the latest from Tallinn!

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12
Jul

Summer time is the perfect chance to see Tallinn and all it has to offer. Staying in the Old Town region, at our Pikk 49 Apartment Accommodation Tallinn, you are perfectly situated to explore the best of the region. Maybe the best bet during your summer break in Tallinn is to hop on a bicycle and cruise around the sights & attractions of Tallinn.

Bicycle Hire Tallinn

Tallinn Bicycle Rental can be for periods of a couple hours up to a full day. You can ride out towards the beautiful Pirita beach district, cruise along the coast of the Baltic Sea or just tour around Kadriorg to see the park, the picturesque swan lake, the President’s residence and more.

For those wanting a lazier option, you can now even rent scooters to whizz you around the many tourist attractions of Tallinn. Apparently no license is required to rent them and you can take a scooter for only 20€ per day!

There are many great things going on in Tallinn over the summer months, keeping checking our Tallinn Breaks Twitter Feed for up to the minute information on whats going on in Tallinn.


Some summer events that might take your fancy include:
3rd and 4th of August 2012 Leigo Lake Music Festival
Festival offers performances of the best Estonian and well-chosen international artists. On the first day of the festival we traditionally offer popular music and the second day will be reserved for the classical music and the final concerts will be
provided by the Neeme Järvi International Summer Academy for Conductors. Our visitors will also have the possibility to take part in some workshops and other cultural events, e.g painting and photography courses.After the official programme of a festival day our guests are welcome to stay and enjoy the summer night with a glass of wine and good music in the background.

Make sure to book your Tallinn Accommodation early so that you have a great central location from which to explore the region.

10.- 18th of August 2012 Viru Folk Festival
Viru Folk is a music festival which gives the beautiful beach village of Lahemaa a new atmosphere and spirit for three days. A diverse and comprehensive show ensures the enjoyment of everyone that comes to Käsmu during these days to experience all there is to offer. In the Festivals main stage in the Holiday village of Lainela and the forest stage on the Vana-Jüri peninsula you can hear traditional Estonian music during all three days. In many of the concerts there are magnificent artists from the Finland and Sweden besides the elite of Estonia.

Enjoy your summer break in Tallinn!

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3
Jul

Tallinn Apartment Accommodation Photos

With so much choice when it comes to deciding on your apartment accommodation in Tallinn its nice to be able to really see just what is on offer. With our Tallinn Apartments Flickr Page you can browse through shots of all our apartments and really get a feel for the quality and luxury on offer at our old town location of Pikk 49.

Pikk49 Tallinn Apartment Accommodation

Photo’s showing the various apartment accommodation offered for rent at Pikk 49, Tallinn Old Town. Stylish, affordable and unique – these apartments really are a great choice for your stay in Tallinn.

Tallinn Old Town Photos

There are several albums created to help set the scene, including some general shots from inside our Pikk 49 Apartment Acccommodation Tallinn building and another showcasing the Tallinn Old town.

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