Bus Station

  Lastekodu 46      +372 680 09 00     more than a year ago

Tallinn's small bus station suits the modernity of its passengers. Tickets are available inside the station or from the driver (let ticket-holders get on the bus first). Ticket prices depend on the bus company and route. On international routes it is advisable to reserve or buy your ticket in advance. On internal routes this is generally not necessary, however there are exceptions: On Fridays and Sundays buses to popular weekend destinations like Pärnu or Tartu tend to fill up quickly, so buying your ticket earlier in the day will guarantee a spot. Get to the station by taking city trams N°2 and 4 from the centre, or bus N°17 or 23 next to the Solaris Centre, to the Bussijaam stop.




Open 05:00 - 01:00.


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I think Norman is referring to the bus station under the Viru Centre that serves as the terminus for some city lines (of particular relevance to tourists the ones out to Pirita).Tallinn's central bus station for long distance and international services is sadly the same grim place as it always was, and English still isn't spoken.However situations where English isn't spoken are what notepads and pens are for, and it's pretty easy to work out from the board in the hall which stop to go to.
Norman Payne

The information about the bus station at Tallinn is out of date.The modern bus station provides a good situation with easy access for bus srvices.
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