Tallinn is Estonia's capital and most important city. Bracing the country's northern coast, the city of 400,000 lies alongside the Gulf of Finland. Tallinn has a colourful Old Town which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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I was not satisfied. Under term private twin I supposed the room where a bathroom and WC is included, in other case it should be mentioned that this room has shared both the bathroom and WC with three other rooms. In Dorell hotel I have not received any explanation. I don't recommend booking through the Travellerspoint. ... more
We went there for our wedding anniversary and really enjoyed our stay. The hotel is very central situated and we enjoyed the surrounding atmosphere and people and restaurants. The people at the hotel were very helpful and friendly. ... more
This is a very cool hotel at the price of a hostel. It's clean and has great facilities: free wifi, free parking, a clumsy lounge. The rooms have a bathroom and television. The furniture is modern and of high quality. The breakfast is handed out in paper bags -- it consists of two sandwiches, a yogurt and an apple or pear. ... more
Tallinn to St Petersburg Help!
In the summer (July-August) a friend and I are planning a trip to Russia and then traveling back through Europe. The plan is to fly to Helsinki and then get a boat to Tallinn and then a Eurolines bus to St Petersburg. The Estonian Eurolines website is not great and is not letting me book tickets. Has ...
Bus from Riga to Tallinn
Specific bus-related question. Does one need to book the bus from Riga to Tallinn in advance, or can you just buy a ticket on the day? ...
Tallinn to Riga by bus!
I'm thinking of taking the Euroline bus (http://www.eurolines.ee/en) from Tallinn to Riga. Has anyone else here done it? Just wondered... What's the journey like? Smooth or rough 'n' bumpy?! Also, what's the easiest place to catch the bus in Tallin - Tallink City hotel or the bus station ...