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This jumble of 14th- and 15th-century architecture with its medieval walls, needling spires and twisting, cobblestone streets is also the site of many of the city's important historic attractions and museums including the House of the Brotherhood of...more
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The old town can be a very busy place when there are a few cruise ships in port. The streets are quite wide in places and the square is large yet even these can be very hectic on a busy day, blocking views of the...More
Tallinn, the capital of Estonia is a quaint town near the Gulf of Finland. The city can be explored by bicycling or walking. Better have comfortable walking shoes!! Allot of ground to cover, cathedrals, historical sights, restaurants in this lovely city. The people were friendly....More
If you want to get lost in time , then "Tallinn Old Town " is a great option. When I was there I felt a special energy , which is nowhere to feel. Tourist inspiration is on combination of historical backgroud and modern culture.
Spent almost a week here exploring the Old Town and its surrounds, Thoroughly enjoyed my stay. Only problem was the huge no of tour groups from Humongous Tourist Ships. Found the best time to explore was early in the morning before they arrived and after...More
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The old town is very easy to do on your own - there are two hop on hop off buses around the wider area.The seaplane harbour, with an old submarine you can go into is fun, but mostly Tallinn was a great place to just be with... More
The old town is very easy to do on your own - there are two hop on hop off buses around the wider area.The seaplane harbour, with an old submarine you can go into is fun, but mostly Tallinn was a great place to just be with lots of places to eat and drink