Airlines flying into the Estonian capital from London and other major cities around Europe include Estonian Air and easyJet. Trains link Tallinn with Russia, while ferries ply the Baltic Sea baily between Tallinn’s deep water port and Finland.
Most visitors to Estonia arrive in Tallinn, where the old town is easily explored on foot. For venturing further afield and exploring the modern city centre, public buses or trams are cheap and frequent.
A Tallinn Card can be good value if you plan on visiting lots of museums and attractions, as the one price includes entry into all of these as well as public transport. The card is available in 6, 24, 48 and 72 hour slots.