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Tallinn dating guide advises how to pick up Estonian girls and how to hookup with local women in Tallinn. Travel, enjoy and have fun with hot single girls and you might even meet the love of your life. Read more on how to date Estonian women, where to find sex and how to get laid in Tallinn, Estonia.

Tallinn at night

Tallinn , the capital of Estonia, lies on the southern coast of the Gulf of Finland, only 70 km (43 mi) south of Helsinki. At the historical and medieval heart of the city is the hill of Toompea, covered in cobbled streets and filled with medieval houses and alleyways. The lower town spreads out from the foot of the hill, still protected by the remnants of a city wall. Around the city wall is a series of well-maintained green parks, great for strolling.

Tallinn Top 10 Overview:

Chance of picking up girls: 4.2 / 5

Picking up at daytime: 4.3 / 5

Picking up at nighttime: 4.0 / 5

Looks of girls: 4.0 / 5

Attitude of girls: 4.1 / 5

Nightlife in general: 3.8 / 5

Locals' English level: 4.0 / 5

Moving around the city: 4.0 / 5

Budget per day: US$35 - $200

Accommodation: US$20 - $150

Girls in Tallinn

Estonian girls have a bit more attitude than the girls in Helsinki or Stockholm. They are kind of a mixture of Nordic and Russian girls. Girls in Estonia are not as wild and always willing to have sex as the girls in Nordic Countries.

In the public and during the first meets, they are a bit shy and often act like they are "good" girls.

But after you pass the initial resistence they seem to open up like a flower. If you get to home or a private place with them, get to do a bit of kissing and cuddling, the girls will usually turn quite naughty.

RatingLooks Looks of girls: 4.0 / 5

Most of the girls are slim, blond and dress well.

RatingAttitude Attitude of girls: 4.1 / 5

Girls of Tallinn usually have a happy attitude if you just go and talk to them. They are not snobby or anything.

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How to Pick Up Girls

Estonian girls are usually blonde and slim, with a soft face. They do not have bubble buts or curves, so if that is what you are after, then you should go elsewhere.

The English level is great. No barrier at all. The younger generation speaks very good English.

RatingPickup Chance of picking up: 4.2 / 5

It is very easy to pick up girls in Tallinn. You just need to have balls to go and talk to them.

Tips for Daytime

Just like all the other Nordic and Baltic countries. Tallinn is a great place for daytime pick up. This is because nobody really does this in Tallinn. The local men have balls to approach girls only thru Tinder or when they are drunk. So the only thing you need to do in Tallinn is to go talk to a girl in the street, park, university or wherever you are. You do not need to look like a Brad Pitt or be anything special. Just be friendly and have some self confidence. Couple sentences of the small talk is enough and you can then ask her number!

RatingDaytime Chance of picking up at daytime: 4.3 / 5

Best Places to Meet Girls

Telliskivi (the new hipster area), Solaris (shopping mall), Viru Keskus (Shopping mall) and the Old Town are the best places to pick up girls in Tallinn during the daytime. You will meet plenty of sexy girls walking around and you should easily find a hot girl to approach. If you are after Estonian girls, then during the winter time, the shopping malls and Telliskivi are much better than the Old Town. In the Old Town, you will mostly only find tourist girls during the winter.

Tips for Nighttime

Best way to get Estonian girls at the night, is to isolate them as much as possible. You can easily pick them up outside in the street when they leave the club to go home at night. Nightclubs are also great spots if you want to get laid in Tallinn. But often the music is really loud and the clubs are packed, so it is much easier to talk to the ladies on the streets. Usually the clubs do not have any dress codes, but some better places require you to wear nice shoes and a dress shirt.

RatingNighttime Chance of hooking up at nighttime: 4.0 / 5

Best Nightclubs to Meet Girls

Baila: This is a mix of hip hop, salsa and latin music. Plenty of talented dancers in there, so if you are in to the dancing, then Baila is your spot for pick ups.

Club Studio: Crowded club with plenty of hot young local Estonian university students.

Hollywood: Full of drunk European tourists and young Estonian girls who are after the foreign dick. It is very loud inside and cock blocking is very common, so it can be difficult to approach the ladies at most areas. But there are couple smoking areas and couches away from the music and these are good spots to approach the girls.

Labor: Expensive chemistry themed bar with 10 euro drinks which is pricy! This is a good place to come for a drink with a girl, since the drinks are very strong and sweet, plus its often empty so you can have your time with her.

Must Pudeel: Hot and friendly waitresses. Cafe during the day time and bar by night. This is more like a place where you take a girl for a drink date and not a pick-up spot.

Pada: Open only at summer! Located right next to the sea about 20min from the old town. Small indoor dance floor and couple bars. Very relaxed and hippie style people, so it is quite good place to get laid with girls.

Sauna Street: Great area for picking up girls. This is a street packed of bars that all had big windows, so you can look inside and see what is available.

Teater Club: Packed with very well dressed up girls in their 20s and 30s. The setup in Teater Club is probably best for baller guys and not for the regular dudes. Tiny dance floor and a perfect smoking room where it is easy to approach the girls.

Uks Bar: This is a kind of underground bar with karaoke on Monday nights and a beer pong table at all times. Shots are cheap and cost 6 for 6 euros.

Vabank: Mostly older women in their 40s and men in their 50s all dressed very nice. Also some younger gold digger girls in their 20s and 30s. The bar area is not too loud, so you could hang around there to chat up the girls.

RatingLooks Nightlife in general: 3.8 / 5

Mature Ladies and Cougars

Vabank: Mostly older women in their 40s and men in their 50s all dressed very nice. Also some younger gold digger girls in their 20s and 30s. The bar area is not too loud, so you could hang around there to chat up the girls.


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If you can speak Russian, it will be an advantage in Tallinn, since the 26% of the population of Estonia are Russians. Most Russian girls english is also very poor, while the Estonian chicks speak usually very fluent English.

Tallinn is definitely one of the easiest cities in North Europe to get laid. The local guys are not very aggressive on picking up girls, there is no macho culture and often the local girls say that the Estonian guys are kind of pussies. So this is a great set up for a foreign guy wanting to get laid. Most Estonian girls love foreign guys and especially when they show interest on them and try hard. The local girls will often value the foreign guys very high and there is very little of gold digging as in some other former Soviet countries.

Most likely this will change a lot in the next 10 years and the women will become more feminist. But at the moment Tallinn is a prefect place to get laid, since the local guys are weak and behave like they live in feminist countries and the women are still very feminine.

Relationships and Love

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Online Dating

Tinder works very well in Tallinn. In Tallinn, the easiest way to get girls from Tinder, is simple: Say Hello, then few basic questions and after that suggest a date. I would not suggest any expensive restaurants or something like that. Better just go for a daytime walk, hangout at the park and have some wine maybe. Then in the evening go for another date with her and maybe watch a movie or something at your place, cuddle a bit and take it from there.

There are also plenty of girls in Tinder who you can be quite straight and suggest a straight hook up, but it is still better to maybe meet them first outside on a public place and take it from there. But if some girl is willing to come directly to your place or asks you to go on theirs, then go for it!

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What Kind of Guys Have the Best Chances

In Tallinn, the guys who are not shy and just talk to everyone will definitely get laid. Only a handful of the local guys try to pick up the girls on the street or day game spots, so you have no competition! How amazing is that? Also at the nighttime the local guys only go after the women when they are drunk! So again, if you stay sober or if you are not too drunk, you will have again a big advantage. Another bonus is that all the local guys look a like, so if you are a foreign with some hispanic background, then you have a huge advantage when trying to score in Tallinn.

There are some local girls (mostly Russian background) who are after the guys with nice cars, boats and money. But overall the gold diggers are not very common in Tallinn. You really dont need anything else in Tallinn than the balls to talk to the girls, and you will get sex.

Risks while Gaming

At the night clubs the cock blocking happens, but during the daytime it does not exist. If you see an Estonian girls at the park, mall or streets and approach them, they are usually very happy and you will easily get one of their numbers. At nightclubs some Russian guys may start fights if you talk to their girlfriends, but you will most likely get away from the trouble with a minimal social skills.

How to Get Laid as Soon as Possible

Fastest way to get laid in Tallinn is if you just download the tinder plus before your arrival and plan a meeting for your first day with a local girl who looks like a bit slut.

Gold Diggers and Sugar Babies

Tallinn is full of hot girls looking for a mutually beneficial hookup with travellers. There are lots of girls who don’t charge by the hour but who will do anything for a guy who is willing to help them pay their bills. If you are looking for a more personal and less transactional alternative to escorts, a good place to find these sexy open-minded girls in Tallinn is SecretBenefits.

Gold diggers are not very common in Tallinn. However there are some gold diggers and sugar babes, but most of them are Russians living in Tallinn.


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Swinger Clubs and Naturism

There are some swingers parties in Tallinn, but no actual swingers clubs.

Tallinn has an unofficial, but tolerated naturist beach which is situated about 3 km north-east of the ferry port, at the very northern end of the textile beach. The nude beach is near (north-east of) the textile beach at Pikakari beach.

Costs of Living

Tallinn is much cheaper than the capitals cities of the Nordic Countries, but it is still much more expensive than the other Estonian cities. You can live on a quite low budget, if you live in Lasnamäe or Kalamaja neighborhoods. Kalamaja is great if you want to bang Estonian and foreign student girls since most of them live there.

CostsDay Single traveler’s budget per day: US$40 - $200
CostsAccommodation Accommodation per night: US$20 - $150
CostsBeerBottle Beer in a grocery shop: US$0.8 - $1.5
CostsBeerBar Beer in a bar or restaurant: US$3.00 - $6.00
CostsMeal Meal in a restaurant: US$8 - $20


Old town is the best place to stay in Tallin when visiting short time. You can get a room from a decent guesthouse for around 50 euros. This way you will be near the night club and the daygame spot. AirBnb apartments are also quite fairly priced in Tallinn and often this is much better option, if you are bringing girls to your room. CouchSurfing is not such a big thing in Tallinn, but you might be able to hook up with local girls if staying with a local and going to the parties with them.

How to Get There and Move Around

Central Tallinn is very easy to get around, and reaching farther out destinations is simple thanks to the city's network of buses, trolleys and trams.

The public transport network operates from 6am to 11pm (some lines until midnight). The ticket system works on a random-inspection basis, so you can get in via any door and do not have to show anything to the driver. What you must have is a validated ticket, or you risk a 40€ fine.

Some riders are entitled to ride for free of charge: children under school age (under seven), an adult travelling with a child under three years of age, and registered Tallinn residents (using a personalised Smartcard and carrying an ID).

Taxi, Uber and Yandex are also very cheap in Tallinn, compared to the rest of the Europe! Ride in the city centre should never be more then 5€!

By air:

Tallinn Airport (AKA "Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport" or "Ülemiste Airport") (IATA: TLL) (ICAO: EETN) is a small airport located 5 km from the city center on the eastern shore of Lake Ülemiste. The flight timetable is available online. A decent and reasonably priced cafe (open 8–20) can be found on the 2nd floor, above the departure area (before security control). Cafes beyond the security are more expensive, as usual. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the terminal building. There is a designated room for smokers - a glass "gas chamber", with a few tables, but ventilation is imperfect. Uber, regular taxi or Yandex taxi from the Tallinn airport to the old town costs around 6 to 10 euros.

By bus:

Frequent buses operate between Tallinn and other cities in Estonia. Domestic bus schedules and prices can be found at Tpilet.ee and Peatus.ee.

Tallinn bus station can easily be reached from the city center by taking tram number 2 towards Suur-Paala or number 4 towards Lennujaam/airport. Get off at "Bussijaam" (bus station).

Frequent buses also operate between Tallinn and Riga, Latvia with continuing service to Vilnius, Lithuania and the rest of Europe. Buses also run between Tallinn and St. Petersburg, Russia (€30, 8 hours). Free wi-fi is usually available on board.

The following bus companies operate international bus service to/from Tallinn:

  • BalticShuttle
  • Ecolines
  • Hansabuss
  • Lux Express

By car:

Like other large cities, Tallinn has its fair share of traffic jams and therefore is not for the faint-hearted. The road rules and driving style can be confusing to tourists. The one and two way roads change frequently and some signposts are not descriptive. That being said, traffic jams in Tallinn clear very quickly and if you are from a large city, they will seem like speed-humps rather than traffic jams.

The speed limit in Tallinn is 50 km/h, except some major streets such as Laagna tee, Pärnu mnt., Paldiski mnt., Peterburi tee etc., which have a speed limit of 70 km/h.

There is an abundance of parking, but you have to pay for it. The locations of ticket machines, and other methods for paying for parking, aren't always obvious. The ticket machines are not posted clearly. Here are a few helpful tips to avoid being fined:

By train:

Elron operates a limited train service within Estonia. Use the Baltic Station railway terminal right next to the Old Town to catch a train. The station can be accessed from town center and vice versa by tram number 1 or 2 - use the "Balti jaam" stop. Trains run to and from Tartu, Viljandi, St. Petersburg, Moscow and more. The platform and trains are modern and the fares are reasonable. Free wifi is available on Elron trains.

By boat:

The Helsinki Tallinn three route connects Finland with Estonia and is currently operated by four ferry companies. Tallink Silja operate their crossing up to six times per day, Viking Line three times per day & the Eckerö Line service is available up to three times per day.

There are a combined 12 to sailings available per day on the Helsinki Tallinn crossing between Finland and Estonia and with three ferry companies on offer it is advisable to compare all to make sure you get the best fare at the time that you want to travel.

Prices average €16-30 one way, depending on operator, season (summer costs more), day of week (Fri and Sat cost more) and time of day (to Tallinn in the morning and back in the evening is popular and hence more expensive). Particularly popular are day cruises, which can go for as little as €19 return. All ferries except Linda Line's catamarans can also carry cars, from €25 one way.


Nationals of the European Union (EU), the European Economic Area (EEA) and any third-country national holding a residence permit of a Schengen State do not need a visa to enter Estonia.

In addition to the citizens from EU, EEA and Schengen area, Canadians, Americans and some many other country citizens do not need a visa to enter a Schengen area (incl. Estonia) for stays of no more than 90 days in any 180-day period.

Depending on the purpose of your travel to Tallinn and Estonia, there are different types of visas that will apply to the occasion.

Whether you are planning to go on a study or work and reside in Estonia permanently, you will have to apply for a different Estonian Schengen Visa, accordingly.

You can apply for the Estonian Schengen Visa since 2007 when Estonia as an European Union Member State also became a member state of the Schengen Area.

Digital Nomads and Remote Work

It is not easy to find work in Estonia unless you have specific skills. Restaurants example hire mostly only locals who can speak Estonian. Working visa is not easy to obtain either. But for the digital nomads it is a great place to work, since the costs of living are still low compared to the western Europe, and the young locals speak great English.

In 2018, Estonian Ministry Hindriks of the Interior announced they are developing a digital nomad visa. Though the digital nomad visa is still in a preparation phase, Hindriks expects it will be launched in early 2019. Nomads who obtain the visa will be able to legally reside in Estonia for 1 year, and will also be entitled to a Schengen visa which allows them to visit member countries for up to 90 days. Hindriks says the idea is not necessarily to require nomad residents to pay tax, but to verify that they are a registered tax payer in their home country or permanent residence. Later on, the nation may explore “packages” nomads can buy, which will entitle them to public services like healthcare during their stay in Estonia.

Internet and Mobile Operators

Prepaid SIM cards (Kõnekaart in Estonian) are available at supermarkets, kiosks, other outlets and newstands. No passport or registration is necessary. Estonia offers cheap prices for data compared to the rest of EU.

The country of Estonia has 3 network providers which are Telia, Elisa and Tele2.

2G is on 900 and 1800 MHz, 3G is on 900 and 2100 MHz with great coverage, 4G/LTE has started with all providers on 800, 1800 and 2600 MHz (Bands 3, 7, 20) plus 2100 and 2300 MHz (Bands 1 and 30) on Tele2 all over the Estonia and is generally available for prepaid.

The country code for Estonia is +372 and cellphone numbers have 8 digits usually starting from 5.

Starter kit of Super is sold for 1 €.

The daily cap is 1 € for 200 MB, then speed is reduced to 32 kbps. You can add the same packages shown below at data feature packs.

Gambling and Casinos

Olympic Park Casino is the biggest casino in Tallinn, according to table games and gaming machines put together. The Olympic Park Casino total casino square footage is 1600 square meters. It has 14 tables games and 99 gaming machines. You will also find a restaurant and 10 poker tables! Olympic Park Casino has over 200 rooms available.

The Olympic Park Casino adress is: Liivalaia 33, 10114 Tallinn, Estonia (Phone +372 630 5555)

Olympic Casino Rocca al Mare with 60 gaming machines and table games is the second largest with . The Olympic Casino Rocca al Mare has a total casino square footage of 220 square meters.

There are 35 casinos in Tallinn in which you'll find more than 1000 gaming and slot machines. Table games are not as popular.

Poker is also a popular in Tallinn! You can paly in over 15 live poker tables. The following games can be found in Tallinn casinos: Electronic Keno, Electronic Blackjack, NL Texas Hold'em, Electronic Roulette, Sportsbook, Racebook, Slot machines, Video Poker, Blackjack, Baccarat, Ultimate Texas Hold'em, American Roulette, Oasis Poker, Russian Poker, Tournaments, No Limit Holdem, Pot Limit Omaha, Greyhounds, Horseracing, Harness racing and Simulcasting.

You can also find some gold-digger girls from the casinos, but they are not as common as in some other countries.

Weed and Drugs

Estonia has softened its approach to cannabis. In 2002, new laws reclassified ‘small amounts for private use’ as a misdemeanor (previously, it was a criminal offense). However, those at the top end can get into big trouble.

Cops in Tallinn are everywhere – especially in the touristy areas. while they never really pull you over and do a random search, their strong presence alone is cause to exercise common sense. In Tallinn, cops come down harshly on DUI and some traffic offences. If you are pulled over and you have smoked weed on top of that, you may get arrested.

Weed and hash is often sold at the Park Lepistiku in Mustamae, with a cost of 15 to 30 euro per gram.

Health, Fitness, Gyms and Massage

Myfitness is the most popular gym in Tallinn, but it's meant for people who work out casually and cardio bunnies. Zelluloos Sportsclub and the HC Gym on Tartu mnt. are better if you are in to the serious workout. They're both pretty much next to each other and quite cheap, with the best equipment for weightlifting.

Massages in Tallinn cost 30 euros and up, and most massage salons are legit and do not offer any kind of happy endings.

STDs and HIV

Chlamydia is the number one bacterial STI in Estonia, and the estimated incidence of genital chlamydial infection in 2005 based on surveillance data was 188/100,000 population, an incidence that is comparable with other EU countries. The incidence was highest (933/100,000) among those who are 20–24 years old.

In 2017, a total of 219 people were diagnosed with HIV and 20 with AIDS in Estonia.

Since testing began in Estonia, a total of 9,861 persons have been diagnosed with HIV and 536 have developed AIDS.

In Estonia, you need the prescription for antibiotics and most other medicines.

Stay Safe

While Tallinn is quite safe, various governments warn against the dangers of being pickpocketed or mugged, particularly in the Old Town. Watch your valuables closely, especially on public transport, old town and around Viru Street.

The biggest trap to foreigners in Tallinn is getting ripped off by cab drivers or in "strip clubs". Many of the latter are known for their exorbitant prices and extra "fees". Credit card skimming and other similar scams are not un-common practice in those establishments. Stay away, unless you particularly enjoy losing your month's salary in just a few hours.

The stigmatized outskirts of Kopli and Lasnamäe are probably best to be avoided at night, although both are a lot safer than the "ghetto neighborhoods" in Western-European or North-American cities.

Tourists who arrive to Tallinn by camper van or just by car should be careful and not leave their valuables in their vehicles. Foreign-plated cars getting looted is quite commonplace. These kind of crimes are committed mainly in the area of Tallinn's passenger port and nearby areas, where most of camper vans stop. There are secured official parking lots, but they are often harder to find, their location might not be very convenient, and you have to pay quite a bit of money for parking there.

Watch out for cycle rickshaws and "bike taxis" on the streets surrounding Old Town and the port area (they are banned from entry to most of Old Town)! Firstly, you could get run over by one as the drivers are rather reckless and often ride on sidewalks. Secondly, and more likely, you might end up with being asked for up to 50 euros for a very short and rather unpleasant ride.

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