My hometown, there's loads to do in Tallinn, whatever the weather. During summer, the views on the old town are second to none! There are opportunities for sightseeing, windsurfing, you name it, the party goes on and on, as the sun sets for a mere 2-3 hours. During the winter, it's the opposite, but there's plenty of skiing to be done and glug wine to be drunk, so not to worry! :)
Hello Tallinners! I'm going to visit Tallinn from 2nd, May and looking for information about the city. It's my first visit there and have no idea what to do, where to go, and, most importantly, what to eat. My trip in Tallinn is going to be very short - just two days - so I don't wanna waste my time there. So, any idea would be welcome. Or if there's anybody who's kind enough to guide me, that's gonna be wonderful. I'm waiting your msg. ;)
I am looking to come to Tallinn in the summer June 2014 and wondered if anyone would like to meet up with me and show me round or give me advise on the best places to go?
Of course all old town, New art museum, very interesting is a tour in bastions, entrance in tower "Kiek in de Kök".
I will be in Riga for a week in February..is it possible to do a two day trip to Tallin? And what are the most important things to see and do during hose two days there? Please advise me more about your city? Thanks!
Tallinn is also mine hometown and thatwhy I would like to say- Tallinn is not ALL Estonia. Old Town in Tallinn is great if You want to have lot of fun in pubs,restourants, nightclubs. For day time- Pirita has beaitiful seaside and also Rocca Al Mare museum is nice. And dont forget to rent a car and drive out fromTallinn - to smaller towns like Haapsalu or Rakvere. They have their own harmony. And the nicest time here is May, when nature has this lovely "fresh" green:-). If You need...