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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Tallinn?

    The price for luggage storage in Tallinn starts from just €5.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage in Tallinn?

    There are multiple locations all around Tallinn which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Vääna-Jõesuu rand, Kloogaranna rand, Maardu Kiriku Park and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Tallinn?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Tallinn.

  • Are there storage lockers in Tallinn?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Tallinn. Storing your luggage with Bounce is as easy as using a storage locker, except a real person is there to watch over your things. If you don’t want to worry about lockers being full or remembering the code for your locker, you can drop off your luggage at any of our convenient locations in Tallinn.

  • Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Tallinn?

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Vapiano, McDonald's, and Kebabi Wabrik Tondi. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Tallinn are Original Sokos Hotel Viru, Hilton, and Radisson Blu Hotel Olümpia.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Tallinn?

    Tallinn offers several scenic parks including Kadriorg Park (Kadrioru park), Sütiste parkmets, and Tammsaare Park (Tammsaare park).

  • Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Tallinn?

    You can find local tourist information at Tallinn Tourist Information Centre, Tallinna Turismiinfokesus, and Citysightseeing Tallinn.


About Tallinn

Tallinn is the capital city of Estonia and an excellent destination for travelers, despite not always making European itineraries. Its relatively unknown status means you’ll have the space to explore without battling the heavy crowds you might find at the major sites in Athens or Paris. 

However, just because the city isn’t on the main tourist track doesn’t mean it lacks the comforts and attractions you’d expect from a European city. Tallinn is the perfect combination of new and old, offering luxury and nightlife in a thriving urban setting as well as a rich culture and history that will transport you back in time.

Located in north Estonia, Tallinn sits on the coast and offers stunning views of the Baltic Sea. Its proximity to the water means the city exudes relaxed coastal vibes that’ll instantly make you feel as though you’re on holiday. Tallinn has a distinct business district easily recognizable by its modern retail precincts and luxury towers, as well as a unique Old Town that has been exceptionally well preserved. From sleek, urban landscapes to the historic center and picturesque coast, Tallinn really covers all bases.

Whether you’re here to see the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral or the Kadriorg Art Museum or want to try Estonian cuisine, a trip to Tallinn will keep you on the go. Download the Bounce app, search luggage storage Tallinn, and find a place to stow your non-essentials whatever your itinerary has laid out for the day.

Luggage storage in Tallinn 

With so much to see and do in Tallinn, you won’t want to waste a second being held back by your heavy luggage. If you find yourself stuck with your bags due to an early check-out or late check-in at your hotel, simply book a Tallinn luggage storage service with the Bounce app so you don’t miss a beat. 

With BounceShield™ Protection activated on booking, luggage storage in Tallinn is worry free.  Whether it’s for a few hours or a few days, we’ll take care of your bags so you don’t have to. Enjoy this lovely part of Estonia from morning till night.

Top things to do in Tallinn 

Tallinn is the largest city in Estonia and most travelers’ first stop when they enter the country. The city is located in the northern part of the country and offers a unique combination of modern urban districts, the historic Old Town, and a stunning coast. This means the city caters to all types of travelers, whether you’re seeking long days lazing in the sun or educational tours learning about the rich history of a lesser-visited European city.

If you haven’t heard much about Tallinn and are wondering what you might do in the city, take a look at our list of activities you won’t want to miss.

Activities and attractions in Tallinn

Tallinn Town Hall

Admire the gothic architecture of Tallinn Town Hall. Located in the city’s eclectic Old Town, next to the Town Hall Square, this building holds an important spot in the city's history. The structure standing here today was completed in 1404, although mentions of it have been found dating back to 1322. It’s the oldest city hall in all of Northern Europe. The Town Hall is turned into a sort of museum during the summertime and has plenty of history to share with those who visit.

Tallinn Town Hall bag policy

It’s not stated whether you’re allowed to bring bags into the Town Hall, but many museums and similar attractions prefer that you leave suitcases and large backpacks behind. We’ve partnered with businesses in Tallinn to create luggage storage facilities all over town. Create a booking and stop by one of our convenient locations before your visit.

Kadriorg Art Museum

View the impressive artworks at Kadriorg Art Museum which is located inside of a Baroque palace. The building was constructed to be a summer residence for Tsar Peter the Great of Russia and is just as impressive as the artwork that it holds. Currently, there’s no other museum dedicated to early European and Russian artwork in all of Estonia.

Kadriorg Art Museum bag policy

Guests are asked to store large items and coats before visiting the exhibits. This popular museum provides storage lockers, but there is a chance there won’t be any available. Our secure luggage storage options are easily found on the Bounce app and can be booked in advance. We’ll watch your belongings for as long as you need so you can enjoy the city for the entire day or even into the night.

Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

Be impressed by the colorful design of the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. Located on Toompea hill, this cathedral was constructed sometime between 1894 and 1900 when the country was part of the Russian Empire. It’s the biggest Orthodox cupola church in the whole city. While you’re here sightseeing at the cathedral, make sure to stop and take in the breathtaking views of the city below you.

Estonian Open Air Museum

Learn about local traditions at the Estonian Open Air Museum. During your visit, you’ll be taken on a journey through a life-sized reconstruction of a model village from the 18th and 19th centuries. You’ll have the chance to walk through several different buildings like a church, schoolhouse, fire station, mills, farmyards, a tavern, and more.

Estonian Open Air Museum bag policy

It’s not clear whether bags can be brought around the grounds but, being an open-air museum, you’ll be walking during your visit. Save yourself the hassle of dragging your things around all day and store your luggage with us. To find locations for luggage storage near the museum, download our app. Then, make a reservation in advance.

Kohtuotsa Viewing Platform

Visit Kohtuotsa Viewing Platform for panoramic views of the city. When it comes to capturing the perfect shot of Tallinn, this lookout point is a great spot to go. It’s a beautiful sight overlooking the red rooftops that make up the Old Town, and sometimes events are put on here. There’s also a cafe, open seasonally.

Vabama Museum of Occupations and Freedom

Learn about the German and Soviet rule of Estonia at the Vabama Museum of Occupations and Freedom. This is Estonia’s largest non-profit museum and has a goal of educating customers on the recent fights for freedom and justice the Estonian people have gone through.

Vabama Museum of Occupations and Freedom bag policy

The bag policy isn’t clear, so we recommend you store luggage before your visit. They have a storage locker on site but if you need to store large items or want to leave your belongings for the day, we’ve got you covered. We don’t base our prices on the size of the item being stored so you can enjoy the same reliable price for each bag.

Jagala Waterfall

Only a 30-minute drive from Tallinn, this waterfall is the highest natural waterfall in all of Estonia. It’s the perfect place for a stroll or a picnic and is a good destination in both summer and winter. If you’re visiting during the colder season, make sure you bundle up – the waterfall will likely be frozen!

Shopping in Tallinn

Rocca al Mare Shopping Centre

Situated close to the open-air museum and the zoo, this mall is a great shopping destination for tourists who are already out and about. It has a variety of shops offering everything from clothes and electronics to sporting goods and food.

Kristiine Shopping Centre

This is the best place to shop for fashion enthusiasts. With international brands and stores selling local Estonian apparel, there’s something here for every budget and style. Of course, the mall has lots of places to stop for a bite to eat if you get hungry as well.

Solaris Shopping Centre

Although they have a fantastic selection, Solaris Shopping Centre is great for more than just retail therapy. Inside, you’ll find lots of shops, a grocery store, and an Estonian design centre that takes up the entire first floor. You’ll also find many eateries and the Artis alternative film theater on site.

Top restaurants in Tallinn

Restoran Olde Hansa

Found in the historic Old Town, this restaurant offers one of the best dining experiences for history enthusiasts. With a medieval setting both inside and out, being surrounded by some gorgeous preserved architecture, you’ll feel as though you’ve been transported back in time when you eat here. Wait staff, live entertainment, and even the food are all set to the time period.


Uulits is a gourmet street food restaurant that started out as a simple stand but has since expanded into its own establishment, with several locations around the city. They serve great burgers and everything, from bun to sauce, is homemade. They also use local ingredients in their dishes.

Lee Restoran

Lee is a fine dining establishment in the Old Town of Tallinn offering delicious meals made with ingredients from around the area. The menu changes very often so there’s always a new flavor to sample. Try the Lee Experience; you’ll be treated to a fantastic six-course meal. It’s great for sharing so bring some friends.

Transit options in Tallinn 

Tallinn has many public transport options to help you get around the city. While you’ll want to be on foot to experience the cobblestone streets of Old Town, you can take your pick of the following if you’re heading to other areas:


Most buses leave from the Viru Centre terminal and can be used along with the trams and trolleybuses to navigate the city. You can buy a ticket that’s valid for an hour for just €1.50.


The tram is mostly used to get around the downtown area of Tallinn. They use the same ticketing system as the buses, so you can pay for one fare and easily transfer from one mode of transportation to the next.


The trolleybus works similarly to the buses and trams in Tallinn. Tickets cost the same and can be used between the three modes of transportation.


Trains can be used to travel to other cities around Estonia. If you want to take a day trip to somewhere like Tartu, you can get there in about two hours, and tickets cost around €9.95.

Enjoy Tallinn without the weight of your bags

There’s plenty to do in and near Tallinn making it a wonderful destination for travelers to explore. Feel free to start enjoying the city as soon as you arrive at the Tallinn airport. Drop your bags with us and there’ll be nothing slowing you down. 

Our bag storage services allow you to do more on your trips without worrying about your belongings. Taking a day trip to Tartu or the ferry to Helsinki? Stow your non-essentials for safekeeping before you go.

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