Travelling around Tallinn was one of the most difficult I have ever encountered around Europe in a tourist’s perspective. Not only was the journeys difficult, tickets were also confusing to obtain. There were also only a number of modes of transport you can use as metro and trains are non existent in the city.
Walking- If fit the capital is small enough to walk around ,most of the attractions within the city are very close together, so walking is very convenient.
Bus – The Buses in Tallinn was very cheap however, you can buy your tickets before you board from some machines situated in some stations, however this can be very difficult to find as there is not many around. It is also possible to buy your ticket from the driver however this can be very difficult when the bus is full.
Trams- Similar to buses this vehicle is easy for locals but somewhat difficult for tourists. Reason being is that you have to buy tickets before boarding, usually done online which for tourists could be somewhat daunting. There are not many machines around and there is no way to purchase from the tram operators.
Taxi’s- Cheap compared to other countries around Europe but still expensive compared to the other forms of transport in the capital.