Tallinn’s port, airport, bus station and railway station are all easily accessible. Passenger terminals are easily accessible and information boards give you the necessary information and instructions on boarding.
Please note! We would like to remind you that the port area is currently under repair, which may cause some inconvenience.
Connections within the city are available by public transport and taxi. Many of Tallinn’s buses, trams and trolleys are low-entry vehicles, clearly marked in timetables. Wheelchair accessible taxis can be ordered from Forus taxi and from the ride-sharing platform Bolt (Assist category). The city of Tallinn also provides social transport services. Taxis and social services should be pre-booked at least 24 hours in advance.
Those traveling by car will be happy to know that public parking on Tallinn’s streets is free of charge for cars correctly marked with a disabled parking permit. Most private car parks, however, do not offer free parking for the disabled. Make sure to familiarise yourself with the rules and regulations available onsite.
In recent years, more and more attention is being paid to wheel-friendly streets and pavement, which are also more than suitable for anyone visually impaired. That’s good news, because in a compact city like Tallinn, moving on foot is often the easiest way to reach your destination.
This map shows you the accessibility of Tallinn’s main streets. It also points you to the accessible public parking spots and toilets.
When searching sights and museums on our website, you can also find information about the sight’s accessibility. You will find the information in the left-hand margin, below opening hours, location and contacts.