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Old town was very beautiful. At start it seems very small, but actually two days are not enough to see all. If You want to know more about the old town, then free tour is perfect. The guide is funny and tells a lot of interesting stories. Tour is 2 hours long and goes through all old town. Food prices in the city centre are quite high. If looking for interesting places to get warm and drink some hot chocolate or eat a cake Chocolaterie Pierre is an ideal place with its unique design and wonderful offer. There are a lot of museums to visit. Music and theatre museum is quite interesting. It is not very big and you can go through it very fast, but the idea of how they show everything is very interesting. In Tallinn city centre it is hard to get lost, because everything is very near. In the info centres you can also get maps and there are large maps in the old town which show places to visit. In next visit I would probably take an umbrella with me because one day it was snowing but the next it was raining.
For travellers from warmer climates, DO NOT COME IN WINTER unless you bring ski jacket AND ski pants. With wind chill, it is much colder than you imagine. Bring gloves and mittens! Tallinn old town is full of beautiful medieval history, the Town Hall Square is undeniably the most stunning. The best place to eat there is the Three Dragons (III Draakon) - it's got the tiniest little sign, so it's easiest to spot by the queue outside! Extremely cheap and ridiculously good elk meat soup and pies. Try their juniper schnapps - you won't be able to feel you legs for a reason other than cold! Olde Hansa is also strongly recommended - you'll feel like you're in Kings Landing (check out the sink in the bathroom). Take an afternoon to walk along the own town walls and explore - don't worry about trying to follow a map, just get lost and you'll discover so many amazing places. If you do visit in winter, bear in mind that most people in the city will primarily be from the East of Europe or Russia - so learn a few words and don't expect everyone to speak first in English! I would recommend taking time to venture outside of the old town, further afield, because Tallinn has plenty more to see - which I will do in summer.
I am a Canadian who has an office in Tallinn so I travel back and forth quite a bit. Visiting Tallinn is a must. The best time to go is the summer. Winters, the days are very short. You can get by with English just fine. If you come in the Summer check out Parnu which is a resort city in Estonia about 2 hours from Talliinn. Tallinn is a very safe place, so you don't have to worry. The old town is small so you can see it pretty quickly. Tallinn is ideal for a 3-4 day trip. It is a great place to do business, as there is a 0 corporate tax rate, and labor is about 1/2 to 1/3rd the cost as in Canada. The banks are really good here. You can hold 20 currencies in one account. If your visiting for a short time, I strongly recommend taking a bus or the boat to St Petersburg Russia. It's only 6 hours away. I think Estonia is on a great path, and doing much better than most countries. For visitors it is not such a huge town, so unless you are going to other cities other than Tallinn, 3-4 days would be a good length for a trip. You can also take the Tallink cruise to Sweden, or Finland. Otherwise try flying air Baltic (cheap airline) if you want to see other places in Europe.
The old town square with the Christmas markets= was stunning but with snow on the ground, it was beautiful beyond belief. The food and beer are great and the value for money cannot be beaten. We used the public transport, trams, buses and trolley buses and a 3 day pass is only 7€, 2€ of which is the deposit for the Smartcard We topped it up for another 24 hours for €3. The maritime museum is well worth a visit although you do have to walk the last km or so. Go to the TV tour for a fantastic view of the city and Baltic. The Zoo is also worth a visit although at -18C it did mean a few trips back in the reptile hose to warm up. Go to Tallinn and see what must be one of Europe's most beautiful capital cities. We will return in the summer to see more and to explore more of Estonia.
Loved the Christmas market ! Really huge and lots to see and try eg mulled wine, Estonian folk dances. Olde Hansa is a lovely medieval shop/restaurant with staff in full medieval costumes. Draakon is another great medieval cafe. Affordable prices. Medieval tavern atmosphere. Climbed up the Old Town wall which offered a nice view of the Old Town and also the new town.
My friend and I went to Tallinn for 1 day on our way to Helsinki. We didn't have much time, so we visited the main attractions in the centre, took a free walking tour (it was amazing btw!) and went to Kumu museum. The city itself is very beautiful and interesting, even in winter you won't get bored there. In the evening we went to a place with live music and enjoyed it as well. The place is called Clazz. We enjoyed the food and the atmosphere there.