Tallinn travel guide

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You're Going to Love Tallinn

The Estonian capital of Tallinn offers a glimpse into Eastern European cultural traditions, foods and history. The country is relatively small, making it easy to travel between Tallinn and other cities in the region.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Tallinn

What to do in Tallinn

Kadriorg Park
Kiek in de Kök
KUMU Art Museum
Toompea Castle
Top activities & attractions in Tallinn

When to Visit Tallinn

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August and September are the best months to visit due to the warm weather, cultural festivals and long daylight hours.

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How to Get to Tallinn

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Where to Stay in Tallinn

Goodson & Red Pronksi 3 Apartments are self-catering flats located right near the Nordea Concert Hall. Nightly rates start at 170 euros.

Popular Neighborhoods in Tallinn

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Where to stay in popular areas of Tallinn

Most booked hotels in Tallinn

How to Get Around Tallinn

The Cost of Living in Tallinn

Shopping Streets

Viru Centre in Old Town sells souveniers for tourists and has lots of cafes and restaurants. Telliskivi Shopping Street sells more crafts and independent designs from local Estonian culture.

Groceries and Other

Solaris and ABC Supermarkets are the main food shopping stores in Tallinn. A dozen eggs costs 1.2 euros.

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Where to Eat in Tallinn

III Draakon is a nice medieval-themed tavern in the Old Town serving Eastern European cuisine. Pastry prices are modest at 1-3 euros.