Riga in Latvia is blessed with an attraction named Vecriga or the Old City. It has the best example of ancient structures that carry the Art Deco style and this is clearly evident when you see the building where the Embassy of Italy currently holds their office. The Old City offers a perfect combination of modernity (luxury hotels, buildings, modern offices, etc.) and the charm of a city rich in art.
Tallinn is a small town in Estonia that is characterized by a beautiful medieval castle and features squares and buildings in style. It looks like a scene from a fairy tale book because of its fortifications that are punctuated by numerous towers with their conical red roofs. If you walk further and reach the top of the Toompea Hill, you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the bay below.
Here are the available modes of transport from Riga to Tallinn.
Riga To Tallinn By Bus
The distance between Riga to Tallinn is 313 km. The travel duration is approximately four hours and 16 minutes. You can take the private bus ride that hails from the Radisson Blu Hotel to reach the town of Tallinn. The bus ticket can be purchased for US$30. If you need to get the details of this bus transport company and know the latest fare and timetable, do not hesitate to visit this site: https://ticket.luxexpress.eu/en/
If you prefer
driving your way from Riga to Tallinn, you can pass by the E67 Highway. The travel time is four hours and 26 minutes.
Riga To Tallinn By Train
There is no railway transport that covers the Riga to Tallinn route.
Riga To Tallinn By Plane
There is one airline authorized to travel from Riga to Tallinn (Air Baltic) with seven scheduled daily flights offered. The travel duration is 50 minutes. First, you must take the bus ride from Riga City to Riga International Airport (via Line 22 of Rigas Satiksme Express) and from there, board the plane that is bound to Vilnius town. The plane ticket costs US$171.