The Port of Tallinn consists three different passenger terminals: Linnahall Terminal, Terminal A and Terminal D. Linda Line is currently the only ferry company using Linnahall and operates the Tallinn-Helsinki route with two catamarans.  Linnahall is the furthest from the city centre and the Old Town, but the closest one if you are planning to visit Kalamaja district, Kohvik Moon, Tallinn Fishmarket, Patarei Prison or Seaplane Harbour. The city centre though and Tallinn Old Town are within walking distance from the harbour. The terminal itself doesn’t offer much, as there’s only a small cafeteria, a shop and Linda Line’s service counters.
Just like every other terminal in Tallinn, Linnahall  has a long queue of taxis waiting in front of it, but we never use them, as quite often these are the taxis which charge much higher rates than for example the ones that we normally hire (check out our taxi recommendations for Tallinn). Anyway, if you decide to take a taxi from the harbour, then we highly recommend fixing the price in advance.
The location of  Linnahall Terminal can be found on the Tallinn map below.


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