The Seaplane Harbour is located at Vesilennuki 6 in Kalamaja neighbourhood, Estonia.
Parking is free of charge.
Bus No. 73 will bring you right to our doorstep! The right stop is called ‘Lennusadam’.
Bus No. 3 or tram No. 1 or 2 will take you to the ‘Linnahalli’ stop at Põhja puiestee. Continue along the same street and turn right down the hill towards Kalasadam. Near Kalasadam, turn to the left and enter Kalaranna street. Walk straight for approximately 1 kilometre until you see the Seaplane Harbour on your right.
The red and blue line buses of City Tour will start from Viru väljak (near Hotel Viru in the centre of the city) and stop at the Seaplane Harbour. For further information please visit the City Tour website.
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.
If you are lost, please call our desk (+372) 6 200 545 !
The official taxi partner of the Seaplane Harbour is Tulika Takso: (+372) 6 120 001 or (local calls only) 1200.
A ride from the city centre will cost around € 5.
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