Current information about bus route Tallinn — St Petersburg — Tallinn

Information regarding the future closure of the Ivangorod automobile checkpoint (Russia) from February 1, 2024 for the duration of its reconstruction and the operation of bus routes between Estonia and Russia.

Until February 1, 2024, services operate as usual, three daily trips in each direction, schedule and all information are available on our website.

From February 1, 2024, after the Russian checkpoint “Ivangorod” is closed to traffic, bus trips will be carried out with a pedestrian crossing of the border with a transfer to a bus of a Russian bus carrier.

Entry into Russia from Estonia is allowed for citizens of all countries except citizens of Ukraine. Citizens of 55 countries, including most EU countries, can enter with an e-visa (as well as with standard visas of any type).

We will inform you additionally about any changes, stay tuned.

Ticket sales on this route are open, and the "Seventh trip free" promotion is in effect.

In turn, according to our information, the closure of the Koidula checkpoint planned by the Estonian authorities will not happen. Through the Koidula checkpoint, Baltic Shuttle provides regular bus services on the Tallinn — Pskov route.

bus route Tallinn — St Petersburg — Tallinn