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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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We spent 3 nights in Tallinn recently. The Old Town is charming and largely unspoilt. There are many buildings dating from the Medieval period (13th - 16th centuries) and they still retain their atmospheric presence. Many of the bars are located in cellars, adding to...More
Tallinn has a great history and the city center is a good one day walk. Our BnB friends took us on a walk by the harbor of the old Soviet concern hall. Nearby was the creative center that is worth’s visit as well.
Tallinn is a medieval conclave dating back many hundreds of years. It is charming to wander the cobblestone streets with it's beautiful old buildings including Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, the Dome Church and St.Olav's Church. Sit in the town square with your beverage of choice and...More
They don't come better than this. It's a maze of cobbled streets, lined with beautiful churches, old inns and something from another age round every corner. After wandering for nearly three hours we had to move on. We give it 10 out of 10 and...More
According to me is Talliinn most beautiful capital in Baltics and I truly loved walking in its old town narrow streets, admired plenty of well maintained old buildings and enjoyed its special atmosphere. I only regret that we dedicated only one day for its visit.
Old Tallinn is relly worth to visit if you do not bother of all those tourist goods sellers. Olt Tallinn is build 15 centry which give to you hint of old time. By lookin thoise old German time building you can make time travel in...More
What an amazing hidden gem in Europe. I was in Finland in January decided to take a day trip over to Tallinn. The ferry is such a nice, easy way to head over from Helsinki. Tallinn was beautiful and amazing. To see the city gates...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