Tallinn, Estonia

The baltic gem

Tallinn’s Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site, transports visitors back in time. Cobblestone streets wind through a maze of well-preserved medieval buildings.

Perched on Toompea Hill, the Upper Town offers panoramic views of the city and the Baltic Sea. The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, a Russian Orthodox masterpiece, stands in stark contrast to the pink Parliament building.

Toompea Hill: The Upper Town

Culinary Delights

Tallinn’s culinary scene combines traditional Estonian flavors with modern twists. Try hearty dishes like herring, black rye bread, goulash, and blood sausage, along with contemporary Nordic cuisine.

Art and Culture

Tallinn has a vibrant arts and culture scene. The Kumu Art Museum showcases Estonian art through the ages, while the Telliskivi Creative City is a hub for artists and creatives.

Seaside Beauty

Tallinn’s coastal location provides opportunities for outdoor activities. The Pirita district boasts a beautiful beach, kihnu island, the historic Pirita Convent, and the Tallinn TV Tower with its panoramic observation deck.

Christmas Markets

Tallinn’s Christmas markets are some of Europe’s most enchanting. The Old Town Square transforms into a festive wonderland with stalls selling crafts, gingerbread, mulled wine, and other seasonal treats.

Green Spaces

Despite being a bustling city, Tallinn offers plenty of green spaces. The Kadriorg Park, surrounding the magnificent Kadriorg Palace, is an oasis of tranquility.

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