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There is no direct train from Warsaw to Riga or Tallinn. It is possible to do the journey by train, but it's cumbersome. It takes two days and you would be traveling on local trains, mainly soviet-style Elektrichkas. You have to travel from Warsaw to Vilnius and then from Vilnius to Riga, and finally from Riga to Tallinn. Note that this route does not ...
The trains do run from Tallinn and Riga to Warsaw same as the other way around. The easiest way to find them would be actually via Polish Rail site and schedule, which will allow you to search destinations in either direction and will provide you the changes needed to complete your journey. Strangely enough (or may be not) the number of changes is actually ...
Indeed Estonia has very few directs flights from anywhere and the situation has gone worse over the last couple of years. But there are a few alternatives which can make everything more fun, if you have time to travel. Fly to Riga, enjoy this great city for a day or two, take a bus to Tallinn. The trip takes about 4 hours and costs between 13 and 30€, see ...
There are multiple options available without the long layover from SkyScanner and Rome2Rio and those with long layovers in Moscow or Munich. But I am sure that you can find something with a stopovers at other places St. Petersburg, Russia and then just take a train from there.
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