How to get to
Arriving by ferry from Sweden or Finland
Most ferries and catamarans arrive in the Harbour of
Tallinn (Reisisadam), terminals A, B, D and C. Left
Luggage and a helpful tourist information booth can
be found in the main hall of terminals.
ATMs are just as easy to find.
Getting to the Tallinn Coach Station:
A taxi fare from the harbour to the Coach Station is roughly
plane to Tallinn
The Lennart Meri International Airport of Tallinn is
located appr. 4 kms from the downtown of Tallinn. ATMs and currency exchange are located in the
centre of the hall, and car rental offices are
Getting to the Coach Station is easy
- the distance is only 1,5 km.
A taxi from the airport should cover the short ride
to Coach Station for 6 - 7 EUR.
option is to arrive in Riga Airport (Latvia) and
take a coach to Pärnu, tickets are appr. 12 - 20 EUR.
Pärnu by bus
The Tallinn Coach Station (Tallinna Bussijaam).
There are departures from
Tallinn to Pärnu every hour.
Tickets are available inside the station or from the
driver. (The ticket-holders get in the bus first.)
On Fridays and Sundays buses to popular weekend
destinations, like Pärnu tend to fill up quickly, so
buying your ticket earlier from the station will guarantee a spot.
All Pärnu-bound busses leave from
platform 13 or 10, and the ticket cost appr. 8-11 EUR.
More than 20 express buses leave
Tallinn for Pärnu daily between 06:25 and 23:00, and
buses stop here daily on their route from/to Riga. The bus
station is located in the centre of the town, at the
corner of Pikk and Ringi streets; the station house
is behind the terminal, at Ringi 3.
A taxi from the bus station should
cover the short ride to Film Festival
office which is located in the Museum of New Art
(Uue Kunsti Muuseum, Esplanaadi Str 10) for 5 EUR. Or you can take 10
minutes walk through Rüütli and Nikolai street. Or,
if You let us know the exact time of Your arrival to
Pärnu, we can pick you up at the bus station.