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How to get to Estonia



The best way to get to Estonia from Italy is undoubtedly by airplane. Tallinn International Airport (TLL) is located just 5 km from Tallinn City centre. Direct flights operated by Estonian Air, which is Estonia's national carrier, connect Rome and Milan to Tallinn. Twice weekly Direct flights (Thursday and Sunday) operated by Ryan Air connect Bergamo/Orio al Serio Airport to Tallinn. The main stopover flights connecting Italy to Estonia are operated by Finnair (stopover in Helsinki) and Air Baltic (stopover in Riga or Vilnius)

The distance discourages the adoption of this travel solution. Eurolines buses connect Rome and Milan to Tallinn. The journey takes more than 48 hours.

It is also possible to get to Estonia by car, planning some stops along the way.
The shortest itinerary is thorugh Austria, Czech Republic or Slovakia and Poland.
After getting to Vilnius (Lithuania), there are "only" 600 km to get to Tallinn, by crossing Riga (Latvia) 


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Taking into consideration two stops (in Vienna and Warsaw) and a long journey, it is also possible to get to Estonia from Italy by train.
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