IN THE HEART OF TALLINN
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Roosikrantsi 2a, Tallinn 10119

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Welcome to the best mid-market hotel in Tallinn - Hotel St. Barbara!

Tallinn Airport Passenger Port Tallinn’s Medieval Old Town Parking
Shopping centres Tallinn Airport Tallinn Airport 5 km Bus station 2 km Bus station
Passenger Port 3 km Passenger Port Railway Station 1 km Railway Station
Tallinn’s Medieval Old Town 100 m The Old Town Shopping centres
Beer restaurant Beer restaurant Baieri Kelder
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Destinations
Sea port

Sea port

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Sea port

Address: Sadama 25

+372 631 8555

portoftallinn@portoftallinn.comarved@ts.ee

portoftallinn.com

Important Info!

1. The Tallinn Passenger Port is located near the center of the city. This is one of the busiest passenger ports on the Baltic Sea.

2. You could take the ferry to Helsinki, Stockholm and Saint Petersburg. Tallinn port is a starting point of many sea cruises.

3. All of port terminals have a taxi stand, so you can go to any part of the city by taxi for about 6 euros.

4. If you like to stay at one of the many hotels in the city center or Old Town, it is possible to go to the seaport by foot.

5. Or you can opt to bus #2 to go to the port.

6. Parking in the city center and at the port is for a fee. Paid parking is available at every port terminal.

7. There are a lot of bars and restaurants near the port and many shops with a large variety of branded alcohol and cheapest prices for the whole Europe.

+372 666 3966

booking.estonia@vikingline.com

sales.vikingline.com

Information found on the website www.estonianlife.com

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Bus station

Bus station

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Bus station

Address: Lastekodu 46, 10144 Tallinn

12550

info@bussijaam.ee

bussijaam.ee

Timetable

Sale of tickets:

  • Mon - Sut: 6:30 – 21:00
  • Sun: 6:45 – 21:00

Important info!

1. You can find currency exchange offices, self-service e-ticketing kiosk, ATMs, computers with internet access, gift shops, cafes and flower shops at the bus terminal.

2. Tourists and locals can go to every Estonian city, Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Warsaw, Berlin and more that 100 other cities by bus.

3. There is a taxi stand near the bus terminal, you can go to the center of the city by taxi for 3 – 4 euros.

4. You can also use trams №2 or №4 and buses №17 or №23 to get to the city center.

5. Tallin’s central market is located near the bus terminal.

+372 680 0909

info@luxexpress.eu

luxexpress.eu

Timetable

Information found on the website www.estonianlife.com

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Shopping centres

Shopping centres

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Shopping centres

Great news for those itching to spend: Tallinn is a consumer-friendly city! 

Most shops in the Old Town and department stores throughout the city are open seven days a week, and major credit cards are widely accepted.

The best places to find quality fashion, shoes, perfume and the like are the elegant boutiques along Old Town’s Viru and Müürivahe streets, and the large, full-service department stores and malls that have recently been appearing all over Tallinn.

Viru Keskus is more than just a shopping centre – it is the fashion Mecca of Estonia, the heart of the capital, a pleasant meeting place, a recreational centre and a bearer of modern culture. We offer you pleasant experiences for a whole day – the best shops in the city are situated here, the most desired brands can be found here and concerts, fashion shows and several other events take place here. Viru Keskus has also a parking house and a bus terminal, which makes visiting the centre convenient in any kind of weather. www.virukeskus.com

The Solaris Centre is not only a shopping centre as it also serves as a cultural centre. In addition to various shops, the centre houses numerous restaurants, cafés, cinemas and an entertainment centre. Solaris is also the home of the Nokia Concert Hall. www.solaris.ee

The Kristiine Shopping Centre is a convenient and fun place: more than a hundred shops and service providers under one roof, including beauty salons, cafes, various repair services. www.kristiinekeskus.ee

Ülemiste Centre This is the biggest shopping centre in Estonia. It features contemporary interior, a spacious and Scandinavian atmosphere and a wide choice of good-quality goods and services by well-known companies. Ülemiste Centre also focuses on entertainment – there are interesting activities/events for the entire family. www.ulemiste.ee

The Rocca al Mare Shopping Centre and its neighbours create a cosy shopping and leisure environment for you. As you visit the zoo, the Al Mare Bowling alley, the Saku Arena, the Premia ice arena or the Estonian Open Air Museum (www.evm.ee), you can also stop by at our Centre to get some food or go shopping or just spend time here. At the Rocca al Mare shopping centre you can find houseware goods, a wide choice of leisure and sports goods, footwear and clothes. Children are welcome to play in the play room. www.roccaalmare.ee

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Terrace

Terrace

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Terrace

Our outdoor terrace has a fantastic view over the garden and is directly connected to the restaurant.

Our outdoor terrace has a fantastic view over the garden and is directly connected to the restaurant. A great place for our guests to have their breakfast, or to just indulge a fantastic à la carte and relax in the sunset.

Our guests also enjoy reading books while having a cup of coffee or other beverages.

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Parking

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Parking

Parking  P 24h

PRIVATE PARKING / Roosikrantsi Hotell OÜ

CALL TO ENTER  +372 511 5223   PARKING FEE 10 € / DAY

You may pay the parking at the reception (Day starts at midnight)

EXCEPTIONS

Hotel St.Barbara guests - Complimentary

Baieri kelder visitors – Complimentary (in case of min 6 € restaurant bill)

Please ask for token from the reception in order to leave parking lot

YOU ACCEPT TERMS BY DIALING THE NUMBER

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Introducing Tallinn

Introducing Tallinn

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Introducing Tallinn

The official website of Tallinn City Tourist Office & Convention Bureau www.tourism.tallinn.ee

Tallinn, the oldest capital in Northern Europe was first marked on the world map in 1154 by an Arabian geographer called al-Idrisi. The Old Town of Tallinn, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site, is one of the most authentically preserved medieval city centres in Europe. The sights well worth visiting in the area are a 2-kilometres-long route along the old city wall and its 26 watchtowers, a Dominican monastery built in 1246, the 600-year-old Gothic Town Hall Square, one of the oldest still active pharmacies in Europe found on the Town Hall Square and numerous churches.

St. Olaf’s church with its 159m high spire was reportedly the tallest building in the world from the15th until the 16th century. Both the Toompea hill located in the very heart of the city as well as the viewing platforms on top of St. Olaf’s church and the Town Hall building enable visitors to enjoy unforgettable views of the Old Town. The Toompea castle built from the 13th until the 14th century houses the Estonian parliament and on top of its turret known as the Tall Hermann you can see the “first” national flag of Estonia.

A fun day for the whole family is guaranteed at the Rocca al Mare Open Air Musem where visitors can take a look at ancient Estonian farm buildings and see what life was alike in local villages from the17th until the 20th century. At the museum visitors are welcome to try horseback riding, learn something new at the Kuie village school and enjoy a hearty meal at the Kolu inn.

A fun day can also be spent at the Tallinn Zoo where families are welcome to come for a walk, enjoy the nature, take a closer look at various animals and participate in numerous events.

The sights also worth visiting are the Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, the Kadriorg Palace and Park and the Kumu Art Museum. Fresh sea breeze can be enjoyed by walking by the Russalka monument to Pirita where you can look around at the local monastery complex, walk in the beautiful pine forest and stroll on the beach.

Author: Vano Allsalu

Information found on the website www.visitestonia.com

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Railway station

Railway station

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Railway station

address: Toompuiestee 37

+372 (631) 0044

gorail.ee

reisid@gorail.ee

Timetable and ticketing

!!! At the moment, there is no rail link

Important info!

1. Tallinn railway station is located near medieval Old Town and sea port with passenger traffic.

2. Journey from the railway station to the city center takes about 10 minutes.

3. You can go to Moscow, Saint Petersburg and several Estonian cities by train.

4. At the railway station you can buy transfer tickets for many routes.

5. Big shop Selver is located near the railway station.

Information found on the website www.estonianlife.com

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Tallinn Airport

Tallinn Airport

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Tallinn Airport

Tallinn Airport is the biggest Estonian airport and the only international air hub of the country

Address: Lennujaama tee 12

+372 605 83 13 (Administration)

+372 605 88 88 (Enquiry service)

info@tll.aero

tallinn-airport.ee

Important info!

Tallinn Airport is the biggest Estonian airport and the only international air hub of the country.

The airport has the following infrastructure: cafes, currency exchange office, luggage office, post office, duty free shops, phone booths, and drugstore.

It is only 4 kilometers from the airport to the city. It's mean that if you have only light bag and a lot of time, it is possible to get to the city center by walk.

The best and fastest way to the city from the airport is a taxi. You can find many of them right at the entrance from the airport. Taxi fare ranges from 5 to 10 euros.

You can also use bus that costs only 1.6 euro. Bus #2 route goes through the airport, city center and sea port. Buses run from 7 a.m. to midnight, departure time - every 30 minutes.

Airport parking is divided into several zones:

Zone A: short stay car parking

Zone A2: Long stay car parking

Zone A3: Buses and regular transport

Zone A4: Buses only

Information found on the website www.estonianlife.com

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