Seaplane Harbour now easier to access!

The road works at Kalaranna Street are finished. Our visitors can now access the Seaplane Harbour more conveniently than ever before, using an asphalted street.

The asphalted Kalaranna street, 1.75 km in length, runs from Kalasadama street to Tööstuse street in the area of the former ‘Culture Kilometre’. There is plenty of space for cars, pedestrians and bikes.

We recommend that you take the following route to the Seaplane Harbour from the city centre:

From Põhja puiestee, turn left towards Kalasadam. Near Kalasadam, turn to the left and enter Kalaranna street. Drive straight for approximately 1 kilometre until you see the Seaplane Harbour on your right.

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