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The medieval and modern combine in Tallinn. Colourful buildings, a burgeoning art scene, and the liveliest nightlife around make a trip to Estonia’s capital an absolute pleasure for everyone; from culture vultures to night owls.

Most of the hotels in Tallinn can be found in the city centre and old town, but some smaller hotels are springing up in the suburbs and outlying neighbourhoods. Then again, in Tallinn it doesn’t really matter where you base yourself. The city is nice and compact, so as long as you pack your walking shoes you shouldn’t have much trouble getting around on foot.

City Centre

Tallinn’s business district is where you’ll find most of the banks, department stores, and ultra-modern hotels. Basically, everything you’d expect from a capital city. This part of town is even home to a few skyscrapers, although they’re not exactly towering. An old law means that no building in the centre of Tallinn can be higher than St Olaf’s Church. There’s plenty of entertainment to be found in the centre of town, with restaurants, bars, and cafes aplenty.

Old Town

Tallinn’s medieval heart is where you’ll find most of the main sights. The cobbled streets are lined with Hanseatic architecture, with some buildings dating back to the 10th Century. Museums, art galleries, and open air markets abound. After a day of exploring there are plenty of traditional restaurants and quaint coffee shops to relax in, especially around the picturesque Raekoja Plats. Accommodation to suit all budgets can be found in this neighbourhood, from quirky backpacker hostels to posh five star hotels.


The President of Estonia has made his home in this pretty seaside neighbourhood, known for its wooden villas and valuable real estate. There’s plenty to see here, whether it’s admiring Estonian art in the Kumu art museum or just taking in some fresh air in the grounds of the baroque Kadriorg Palace. Accommodation is quite scarce, but it’s easy to reach from the city centre by public transport or by bicycle.

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