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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It was great. Egle the lady in charge suggested 2 sites - Tanninn Flower Show and Rocca la Mare - that were really good I will return one day and will also tell others about how good it was - so close to everything. Thank you Egle. ... more
Lovely if ramshackle place. Staff was very friendly and helpful, and frequently made pancakes for breakfast. Facilities were a bit lacking and run-down, though, and the breakfast table not nearly large enough. Good location in the middle of the city; some street noise in our room (which was overlooking Viru), but actually surprisingly little. ... more
Anyone been to Tallinn?
Just got back from NY in Prague which was great. To beat the January blues I'm planning my next weekend trip away for my b'day in March. I fancy Tallinn! Would anyone recommend it for a group of twenty somethings who like to party at night and see interesting intriguing things culturally v different to England ...
Trains from Riga to Tallinn
Planning on visiting Riga in October but since Tallinn doesn`t seem too far away thought might visit there as well. Since all the web-sites I`ve been to so far have been fairly useless does anyone know a) if there are any direct trains between the two cities; b) roughly how much tickets cost Also ...
New Years in Reykjavik or Tallinn?
Pondering spending New Years in either Reykjavik or Tallinn; looking for some idea of what ...
Took the bus from Riga to Tallinn. Saw the frozen Baltic Sea, and lots more frozen lakes with men fishing on them. Tip for arriving in Tallinn (probably a good tip for anywhere) - know the street you ...
Posted in Riga and Tallinn by magykal1