getting around in Estonia

Discussion in 'Estonia' started by aleman, May 2, 2013.

  1. aleman

    aleman New Member

    if you're traveling to Estonia, I suggest renting a car rather than depending on buses because buses in Estonia aren't the most regular. It's better to dependent on your own transport, especially since car hire in Estonia is fairly cheap (around $15 a day) and offer a huge convenience.
     
  2. CameronD

    CameronD New Member

    if you do plan on renting a car over there, remember that they drive on the right, wearing a seatbelt is compulsory and car headlights must be used 24 hours a day. Buses are very fast...especially to and from Tallinn. Do buy a 10-ticket package or anything from a one-hour to a three-day ticket if you plan to use the bus extensively.
     
  3. Retorica!

    Retorica! New Member

    Tallin's Old Town can only be explored on foot because of its narrow, cobbled streets. Other than that, the open top London-style double-decker city sight-seeing tour is an excellent way to see the city of Tallinn. You can get on and off the bus at any stop along the way. There are approximately 15 stops for red line town centre route.
     

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