Tallink runs seven car ferries daily between Helsinki and Tallinn (passenger/vehicle from €32/34). The huge Baltic Princess takes 3½ hours and is cheaper; newer high-speed ferries take two hours. The firm also has a…
Sign up online or on the phone and use your Sixt chip card (or an app you can install on your phone) to unlock a bike at one of 15 rental stations across Tallinn. Rides of fewer than 30 minutes are free (beyond that…
Small, passenger-only hydrofoils travel between Helsinki and Tallinn at least twice per day, weather-dependent, from late March to late December (from €19, 1½ hours).
Tallinn's long-distance bus station is 2km southeast of the city centre, linked to the rest of the city by two tram lines and eight buses.
Has an office at Tallinn's airport and another at the Hotel Euroopa near the ferry port.
Twice-daily car ferry between Tallinn and Helsinki (2½ hours), plus night services Sunday through Friday.
If you've got a larger group, book an eight- to 12-seater Taksobuss (base fare €5, per km €0.99-1.10).
Serving 34 European destinations, Tallinn Airport is a very handy 4km from the city centre.
From €26 for a day (good deals for longer rentals). One-way hire and transfers available.
Has an airport office and two in Tallinn city.