Getting There

Get to Tallinn

By Air

The easiest way to get to Tallinn is to fly into Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport (TLL), which is a small and efficient airport only ten minutes’ drive from city center. There are direct flights from many European airports including Helsinki, London, Stockholm, Trondheim and Riga. 

By Sea
You can also arrive by ferry from Helsinki or Stockholm, among others. Check Tallink, Viking Line and Linda Line offers.
By Bus

Two international bus lines offer connections to Tallinn from several other European cities. Regular routes connecting Tallinn with Riga, Vilnius and St Petersburg operate several times a day. International connections are provided by Lux Express and Ecolines.

Getting around in Tallinn

Taxify
Taxify mobile application is free to download for all smartphone users and it works on Android and iOS phones. Requires registration. Pay cash or card – select option with order. Users can choose a taxi based on arrival time, price list, car model and user feedback ratings. After confirming the order, user can see taxi arriving on map in real time.
Uber

Use the Uber app like wherever – Android and iOS. Create your account using a credit card or PayPal, and your fare will be charged automatically at the end of your ride. After your trip, they’ll email you a receipt.

Public Transport
To get to the city center via public transport, there are several options.
The best way to get to and from airport would be use the newly constructed tramway line no. 4 that will drop you off right in the heart of the city (“Lennujaam” to “Hobujaama” stop). You can also take the bus no. 2 just in front of the Airport exit and get off on the 5th stop (“A. Laikmaa” stop).

Get to Venue

Nailympia Estonia 2018 takes place on floor of International Beauty Fair that will be held in 3 halls — B, C and D of Estonian Fair Centre, situated at Pirita tee 28, Tallinn. Competition Area — hall B.

Fair Centre is situated just in 10 minutes of driving from city centre and easily achievable by busses #1A, 5, 8, 34A and 38 — bus-stop "Lauluväljak".

Local Information & Climate

The currency in Estonia is the Euro (EUR).

In beginning of May, Tallinn is quite cold yet. The average afternoon temperature is 5-10 degrees Celsius and the average evening temperature is 0-2 degrees Celsius.


Some useful links

More about Tallinn on TripAdvisor

Travelling to Estonia

Visit Tallinn website

More taxis in Tallinn