Transport

BUS TRANSPORT TO LONG DISTANCES

Bus stops:
1. Laikmaa (next to LHV bank), Laikmaa street 13
2. Oru Hotel, Narva mnt 12
3. Competition centre

 

August 9 Kodasoo August 10
Kõrvemaa
August 11 Kõrvemaa August 13 Pikasaare
Buses from Tallinn
Laikmaa 13 (LHV Bank)- Oru hotel – Competition Centre 08:15 07:00 07:00 06:30
Laikmaa 13 (LHV Bank)- Oru hotel – Competition Centre 08:30 07:15 07:15 06:45
Laikmaa 13 (LHV Bank)- Oru hotel – Competition Centre 09:15 08:00 08:00 07:30
Laikmaa 13 (LHV Bank)- Oru hotel – Competition Centre 10:00 08:45 08:45 08:15
Laikmaa 13 (LHV Bank)- Oru hotel – Competition Centre 9:30 9:30 09:00
Travel time from Oru Hotel 45 min 60 min 60 min 60 min
 

 

Buses from competition centre

(Competition Centre – Oru hotel – Laikmaa 13)

11:00 13:00 13:00 14:30
12:00 14:30 14:30 15:00
13:00 15:30 15:30 15:30
16:30 16:30 16:00
Travel time to Oru Hotel 45 min 60 min 60 min 60 min

 Before 11/07/2016 12/07/2016- 08/08/2016  After 08/08/2016 One day ticket, August 10, 11, 13 (purchased on the spot) One day ticket, August 9, 12 (purchased on the spot)
Bus transport ticket €40 €45 €50 €15 €15
Parking fee- Car €30 €35 €40 €12 €2
Parking fee – Caravan €40 €45 €50 €15 €5
Parking fee – Bus €100 €110 €120 €30 €30

How to reach Tallinn

Tallinn is very easy to reach – the airport is located 2 km from the city. The harbour, bus station and train station are all located in the city centre.

  • By Air – the largest international airport in Estonia is located in Tallinn (TLL). 13 different airlines fly here and Helsinki-Vantaa (Finland) airport is only 100km away.
  • By Sea – Estonian capital Tallinn is a seaside city with plenty of options available for you. More information: http://www.tallinksilja.com/en/
  • Drive To Estonia – driving to Estonia is very simple and convenient.
  • By Train – it is possible to reach Tallinn from St.Petersburg or Moscow. You can find more information: http://www.gorail.ee/en/
  • By Bus – A good road network and convenient coach services link Tallinn to many cities: Riga, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Vilnius, Warsaw, Prague, Berlin etc. Coach schedules are available on-line: http://ecolines.net/en/ or http://www.luxexpress.eu/en/

For competitors arriving from Finland and Sweden by boat, Tallink is offering boat tickets with a 30% discount from the regular price. All competitors receive the discount code via email with the WMOC registration confirmation.

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Transport/Parking

Transport to the long distance model event, long distance qualifications and final will be organised with buses from the event centre directly. The bus ticket price for 4 days (long distance model, two qualifications and a final race) is €40.
The sprint model event and sprint competitions can be reached by Tallinn public transport.

Travelling by own transport – a fee will be charged for parking at the long distance event centres. Parking fee includes shuttle-bus transport from parking area to competition centres and back. Coming with own transport, participants need to consider extra time for parking and shuttle-bus transport to reach competition centre.

 Before 11/07/2016 12/07/2016- 08/08/2016  After 08/08/2016 One day ticket, August 10, 11, 13 (purchased on the spot) One day ticket, August 9, 12 (purchased on the spot)
Bus transport ticket €40 €45 €50 €15 €15
Parking fee- Car €30 €35 €40 €12 €2
Parking fee – Caravan €40 €45 €50 €15 €5
Parking fee – Bus €100 €110 €120 €30 €30

Hertz – the official car rental partner of WMOC 2016. Enjoy the benefit of special discounts for the orienteering world.
http://wmoc2016.ee/img/Hertz.pdf

Public Transport in Tallinn

Public transport is free of charge in Tallinn Transport area ( not including Regional Transport area) for WMOC and TOW competitors starting from 5.08.2016 until 14.08.2016. Remember to take your number bib with you, that’s for the ticket. Without your number it is required to buy ticket from bus driver.

You can catch a bus, trolley bus or a tram – these are available between 6 a.m. and 12 p.m. For exact timetables and a map: http://soiduplaan.tallinn.ee/#bus/en

Organisers advise to use public transportation. The competition areas ( Freedom square and Kadrioru Park) and also Event Center is in Tallinn Transport area and public transport is usually faster, especially in rush hours.

Travel by the Tallinn public transport system is also free when buying Tallinn Card. Tallinn Card is an all-inclusive city card offering the most convenient way to get acquainted with the entire town. Accepted in nearly 80 locations, it entitles free admission to 40 top city attractions, free public transport, a free sightseeing tour of your choice and various other offers or discounts.
Tallinn Card is available online, at the Tourist Information Centre, at the airport and port, in accommodation establishments etc. More information about Tallinn Card: http://www.tourism.tallinn.ee/eng/fpage/tallinncard

Taxi

If you take a taxi you are advised to ask the driver for the approximate price before departing. The taxi can be either hailed on the street or called in front of the hotel/pub. Driving around the city is usually 5 Eur.
The best way to order taxi is to use mobile app – Taxify. Taxify is a free smartphone app which seamlessly connects people to hundreds of taxis at the push of a button. No more call-centres or waiting on the street. It is simple, fast and affordable.

 

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