Tallinn

Tallinn and its parks

Tallinn and its parks

The city of Tallinn is surrounded by green areas where you can breathe fresh air. There are a large number of parks, gardens and forests, some in the city center, others on the outskirts. Next we propose visiting the following green areas: The Harku forest path An 8...

The Town Hall Square of Tallinn

The Town Hall Square of Tallinn

The Town Hall Square or Raekoja plats is my favourite place in Tallinn. It is a very picturesque square, located in the centre of the Old Town. Always animated; this venue is used for concerts, craft fairs and medieval markets. In summer, it’s full of terraces with...

Midsummer or St. John’s Day, Jaanipäev, in Estonia

Midsummer or St. John’s Day, Jaanipäev, in Estonia

Estonia, located in northern Europe, enjoys so-called "white nights", an atmospheric phenomenon that happen at the same time as the summer solstice, when the sun seems not to set. It is a perfect time to visit the country, since the days are especially long in June...

Tallinn, capital of the world’s first digital country

Tallinn, capital of the world’s first digital country

Did you know that Tallinn is the capital of the world's first digital country? Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, the three Baltic republics, were annexed by the Soviet Union during World War II. In 1991, they got independence and with it, several changes came. At that...

Visit Tallinn in 1 day

Visit Tallinn in 1 day

Day 1 The Old Town of Tallinn, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is very beautiful and can be easily explored on foot. It is especially beautiful at nightfall when it empties of the tourists who had disembarked from cruise ships and come to spend the day. We suggest you...

What to eat in Tallinn, typical dishes

What to eat in Tallinn, typical dishes

Don't know what to eat in Tallinn? Estonian cuisine is attractive, with German and Russian influence. When preparing their dishes, they always take into account local ingredients and seasonal products, like rhubarb and fresh goat cheese in spring, tomato and cucumber...

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