A system of buses, trolleys and trams connect all parts of the city between 6am and 11pm every day. Tickets can be purchased at newsstands or from the driver at vehicle stops, which is more expensive. Visitors can purchase the Tallinn Card, which provides unlimited use of public transport along with entry to various attractions. Minivans also provide transport and metered taxis can be hailed on the street or ordered by telephone. There are plenty of parking lots in downtown Tallinn, and streetside parking is provided which must be paid for in advance on kerbside machines.
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