Holidays to Tallinn
Tallinn, Estonia’s capital on the Baltic Sea, is the country’s cultural hub. It retains its walled, cobblestoned Old Town, home to cafes and shops. The town has a rich and diverse history and culture with many landmarks and old architecture dating from mediaeval times. The cuisine is traditional Estonian and there are many restaurants and eateries in the area, as well as a bustling nightlife scene with several clubs, music venues and bars.
A large and popular 2km long sandy beach with great views of the old town and several activities to enjoy.
This beach in North Tallinn has luscious green areas just off the beach, play areas and great water for swimming.
Right on the harbour, this celebration of all things nautical is a permanent reminder of Benidorm's maritime successes.
Casa Museo de Benidorm
A wonderful house on an estate, built in its present form for the treasurer Charles Renouard de la Touane in 1699.
Go to Kumu
State-of-the-art exhibition space for Estonian artists. Temporary exhibitions of international art are also displayed.
Museum of Occupations
Exploration of the German and Soviet occupations up to 1991, including rusty prison doors.
An Estonian signature dish, almost identical to Swedish sillsallad, based on beetroot, potatoes and herring.
Several seafood delicacies are available here, such as smoked or marinated eel, crayfish, crabs, shrimps and herring.
Located in the old town of Tallinn and housed in an old Baroque palace with a large dancefloor. Open until 5am.
In the historic area of Tallinn and housed in an old firehouse, this two-storey nightclub has a range of drinks.
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