You can now send postcards and buy Ühiskaart, a fare card for Tallinn’s public transport, directly at the Tallinn Tourist Information Centre.
A memorable trip always involves a hint of nostalgia, such as sending postcards to your loved ones back home. But as you have probably experienced yourself, finding post offices and mailboxes can be a real challenge, especially in cities like Tallinn with plenty of free wifi coverage.
To make sending greetings easier, you can now not only buy picture-perfect postcards and stamps directly at the Tourist Information Centre but also post them on the spot. The bright red mailbox is emptied once a day. So on your next trip to Tallinn, stop by the Information Centre and send your friends and family a pleasant heart-warming surprise.
Explore Tallinn with public transport
The green plastic Ühiskaart for Tallinn’s public transport is now available at the Tourist Information Centre. Ühiskaart (also known as smartcard or travelcard) is a fare card that lets you use the city’s electronic ticket system. Buy one at a two-euro deposit, and then load it with the ticket of your choice.
For additional information on available tickets, timetables, and other practical details, read our guide on Tallinn’s public transport.
The Tallinn Tourist Information Centre is located in the Old Town (Niguliste 2).