Sillamäe is a city of 17 000 inhabitants in East Estonia situated on a river near the shore of the Gulf of Finland.
Vast majority of residents in this Eastern Eesti town are Russian speakers so in order to have a good time here it helps to know Russian language for pleasant atmosphere.
Under the soviet era Sillamäe was a closed, secret military city that was even not marked on maps. Activities conducted there were mostly military industrial and included mining and refining uranium. Sillamäe was opened up in 1991 when Estonia became independent.
Sillamäe bus station is located at Tallinna mnt 9. Ticket office is open from 09:00-to-17:30 (lunch break 12:00-12:30).