If you are already suffering from World Cup abstinence, you are probably thrilled that the UEFA Euro 2016 Qualifiers started a few days back.
On October 12 England will play against Estonia at the Lilleküla Stadium in Tallinn. It’s a perfect excuse for a get away, whether with friends or with the office, explore one of Europe’s most charming capitals and enjoy some, hopefully, great football.
We have put together the Ultimate Tallinn guide for the game. We are also able to tailor make a package, perfectly fitted just for you.
Where to grab a beer and a bite to eat?
If you didn’t manage to get tickets to the game, or just wondering where to grab a beer or a bite to eat before the game starts, head to Scotland Yard. The pub is decorated in elegant English style, has a friendly atmosphere and serves great dishes and beer. They also have one of the biggest TV screens in all of Tallinn, where they show sports. (Location: Mere puiestee 6E, Tallinn 10111, Estonia)
Where to head after the game?
If you decide to head of for a night on the town after the game we suggest Venus club – one of the best nightclubs in Tallinn. Since the game takes place on a week day, most clubs are closed. But Venus is open 7 days a week and visited by people always ready to dance. If you wish to party in real style, we can recommend our VIP package, with VIP entrance before midnight, table reservation, drink and snacks. (Location: Vana-Viru 14, 10148 Tallinn, Estonia)
Where to stay during the Euro Qualifiers in Tallinn?
As for where to spend the night St. Olav is a great pick. It is the biggest hotel in the Old Town, and beautifully loacted in a historic building. Within three minutes walking distance to the Old Town Square. (Location: Lai 5, 10133 Tallinn, Estonia)
If you are looking for something a bit more exclusive and private we suggest Savoy Boutique Hotel. Located in the very heart of Tallinn, where the city centre meets the medieval old town, it offers a charming art deco decor and walking distance to the major points of the city. (Location: Suur-Karja 17/19, 10148 Tallinn, Estonia)
How to get to Lilleküla (A. Le Coq) Stadium?
There is no direct line to the stadium from the city centre. The easiest way to the stadium is to take bus number 23 from the center (bus stop name: Vabaduse Väljak – freedom square).
Get off at the bus stop called Kotka, walk back a bit and then go through the small tunnel (under a railway) that leads towards the stadium. Once you get off the bus you should already see the stadium or at least hear the noise.
If this seems a bit complicated or you just want to to arrive in style and comfort we can offer our Shuttle bus service or even a VIP Limo with drinks.
Click here to contact our local event manager in Tallinn, Asko Plaado
for more details or to book your very own deal.