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.
From the Tallinn Travel Guide
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Kaupmehe 8 ligger meget centralt i gå afstand til Tallinn centrum. Vi havde dog bestilt hele lejligheden med plads til 7 personer, for et fast beløb. Vi var kun 6 personer til at starte med, men inden afrejse blev vi 1 mere altså 7 personer i alt. ... more
Well sited to ferry Terminal D for going to Helsinki (5 mins walk). However, comfortable it is NOT, and the inability of overnight (and most daytime) staff to talk the simplest of English was a problem, when needing even routine information. It is a Russian language outfit. ... more
Problems finding accomodation in Tallinn, Estonia
Hello everyone, I don`t know is it right forum, but my problem is that I just arrived to Tallinn ...
Am I crazy to go to Tallinn in February?
Tallinn seems cool and in February flights and hotels are cheap - I want to go somewhere pretty with snow on the ground and know it could get down to -8 degrees. Happy to wrap up warm and do some ...
Riga, Tallinn, Tartu, Vilnius (Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania)
I too liked Riga and Tallinn very much - I went to Alus Seta too (the Lido restaurant in old town Riga) and it was tasty, filling and cheap. Have a look at my Riga and Tallinn blog for some piccies etc... ...
. Tallinn apareceu no mapa a primeira vez em 1154, porém só foi reconhecida em 1219 depois que foi conquistada pelos dinamarqueses e da construção de sua fortaleza. Tallinn é abreviatura de Taani Linnus, que significa fortaleza dinamarquesa. Em 1347, o rei dinamarquês vendeu Tallinn aos alemães. Nos séculos 14 e 15 ...
Posted in It´s a small world after all by anomura
Have just spent 2 days staying and wandering through the old town if Tallinn in Estonia. By way of example, the building that our hotel is in is over 600 years old. The old town is very medieval surrounded by stone walls and towers. We spent our time walking the many cobbled streets, climbing parts ...
Posted in Ken and Kim by KenandKim