How to get to the Radisson Blu Hotel Olumpia, Tallinn
Of the three Baltic countries lying south of Finland, Estonia is the furthest north. Thanks to its geographic location which intersects with major historic trade routes by sea and land, Estonia has developed a cosmopolitan culture with a mix of German, Russian, and Scandinavian influences.
Radisson Blu Hotel Olümpia enjoys a favorable location a stone's throw from the city pulse and short distances from airport, seaport, and coach terminal.
From Tallinn Airport
Take bus 2, 214, 229, 229A, or 224 to the Tornimäe stop and walk just 240m to the hotel.By car:
It's a quick 4-kilometer drive to the hotel from the airport. Travel via Tallinn–Tartu–Võru–Luhamaa/Route 2. Continue onto Liivalaia, then take a right onto A. Lauteri. Turn right onto Rävala puiestee, then take a slight right to continue on Rävala puiestee. You'll see the hotel on your right.
From Port of Tallinn
Walk just 1.9km to the hotel from the port.By bus:
You can take bus 2 from the Reisisadam stop to the Tornimäe stop and walk 250 meters to the hotel.By tram:
Walk to Linnahall and take tram number 1 to Hobujaama, then walk 600 meters to the hotel.
From Tallinn Station
It's only a 1.6-kilometer walk to the hotel. Take Nunne and walk past some main attractions on your way.By bus:
Hop on any bus going to the Kivisilla stop and walk 300 meters to the hotel. You can also take any bus going to the Viru stop and walk 700 meters to the hotel.By tram:
Take tram 1 or 2 to Hobujaama, then walk 600m to the hotel.
From Tallinn Bus Station
Walk 1.3km to the hotel from the main bus station.By bus:
Take bus 2, 15, 214, 229A, or 244 to the Tornimäe stop, which is just 240m from the hotel.By tram:
Take tram 2 or 4 to Paberi, then walk 400m to the hotel.