Getting there by bus

Intercity buses – general information
Coach station in Estonian language is called “bussijaam” or “autobussijaam”.
See the timetable for buses and ticket information at: www.tpilet.ee/en
The ticket prices may vary a bit whether you buy the ticket from the station, the bus driver or online. Buying a ticket online might be a bit cheaper.Buses between Viljandi – Tallinn run from 6am to 7pm. Ticket prices range from 7€ to 10€.

Buses between Viljandi – Pärnu run from 6.55am to 6.40pm. Tickets cost 5€ on average.
Tallinn Coach Station at Lastekodu 46, Tallinn: https://goo.gl/maps/iQWrQg3cy5S2

Viljandi Coach Station at Ilmarise 1, Viljandi: https://goo.gl/maps/hg6KEg379Wk
NB! Viljandi bus station ticket office accepts only cash (we must check it, what’s the situation in October). Most of the intercity bus drivers accept also card payments (cannot be sure that all of them).
Two ATMs close to Viljandi bus station are: SEB – just outside the bus station; Swedbank – Uku shopping centre across the Tallinna street..
It is about 12-15minutes of walking from Viljandi bus station to the traditional music center (via the streets of Tallinna mnt and Tasuja).  Walking route: https://goo.gl/maps/efpnjFTj6qA2

 

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