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Tallinn is the capital city of Estonia  located in the northern part of the country known for its versatile nightlife and luxurious adventures with great architectural and historical sites. Tallinn Old Town is one of the best preserved Hanseatic town centres in the world with with modern towers and luxurious hotels, sky-scraping church bell towers, winding cobblestone streets opening into squares, trendy neighbourhoods and large shopping centres. 

Tallinn's coastline with promenades and sandy beaches offers best scenic views throughout the year. Kohtuotsa Viewing Platform has the best view of Tallinn located on Toompea Hill with views of the harbor, bell towers, and the terra-cotta colored roof tiles and ist also a popular spot for local musicians to hang out, providing some background music to the view. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and St. Olaf’s Church are also located nearby and must visit place.  
 

OUR FAVOURITE HOTELS

Palatino

Bed And Breakfast

Zakynthos Town

Hotel Strada Marina

Bed And Breakfast

Zakynthos Town

Palatino Hotel

Bed And Breakfast

Zakynthos Town

Hotel Strada Marina

Bed And Breakfast

Zakynthos

Palatino Hotel

Bed And Breakfast

Zakynthos Town

OUR TOP TALLINN DEALS

Hotel Blue Sea Interpalace

Spain, Canary Islands, Tenerife,Puerto De La Cruz

23 Jan 2020 | 7 nights | 2 guests

Flight + Hotel | All inclusive

SPECIAL OFFER
£452pp £376pp

Hotel Blue Sea Interpalace

Spain, Canary Islands, Tenerife,Puerto De La Cruz

23 Jan 2020 | 7 nights | 2 guests

Flight + Hotel | All inclusive

SPECIAL OFFER
£452pp £376pp

TALLINN INFORMATION

Currency

Kroon

Language

Estonian

Time Zone

GMT+2.00

Avg. Flight Time

2h 45 m

Peak Travel

June-August

Price of a pint

€2.00

MORE ABOUT TALLINN

Tallinn Old Town
Tallinn Old Town

Visitors from all over the world drop around to admire the beauty of Tallinn, the best city in Northern Europe boasting Gothic spires, winding cobblestone streets and enchanting architecture.

Unlike many other capital cities in Europe, Tallinn has managed to wholly preserve its structure of medieval and Hanseatic origin. Due to its exceptionally intact 13th century city plan, the Old Town was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, joining the ranks of the world’s most recognised landmarks. 

Here you'll find original cobblestone streets dotted with medieval churches and grandiose merchant houses, barns and warehouses many of which date back to the Middle Ages.

Try An Estonian Craft Beer
Try An Estonian Craft Beer

In keeping with its hipster startup credential, Estonia has a vibrant craft beer scene. There are countless places to enjoy a great beer in the city, and most restaurants will have a decent selection of craft beer.

I loved eating at Leib because they actually have a beer and food pairing menu — including suggestions on what beers to pair with dessert (stout and creme brulee — hello, genius). I tried a delicious IPA, which went perfectly with my vegetarian sweet potato and mushroom salad.

If you really love craft beer, there are craft beer tasting tours you can do to sample the best of Estonia’s microbreweries.

Tallinn Christmas Market
Tallinn Christmas Market

Tallinn Christmas Market will open its stage and sales kiosks this year in order to make it possible for us to enjoy the Christmas  fairy tale land as long as possible. In the Town Hall Square, there is already erected a fluffy Christmas tree, the symbol of Christmas, which for the first time in the world was erected right here .

The Tallinn Christmas Market delights everyone with its coziness, historical location, half a century old buildings and long traditions. In recent years, the Tallinn Christmas Market has become increasingly visible in the foreign media; it has a number of times been elected as one of the best in the tens of thousands of Christmas markets.

Top Restaurants In Tallinn
Top Restaurants In Tallinn

Traditional Estonian cuisine to begin with revolves around the changing of seasons and with that said, just like its sister country Finland, they rely heavily on the summer produce and preserving them for the winter when nothing comes out from the ground.You’ll most likely find tons of pork dishes on restaurant menus.

For the meat eaters, however, you’re in for a treat! Because not only you get to experience eating in a tavern lit with candlelight (no actual electricity here guys!) and servers dressed in medieval clothing, but you also get to eat some of the weirdest food you’ll ever have in your life