Tallinn – A Baltic Treasure

06.11.2017
  • Tallinn on the Baltic Sea
  • Tallinn on the Baltic Sea
  • Tallinn on the Baltic Sea
  • Tallinn on the Baltic Sea

Go for a wander along historical trails in the old town or for a long walk along Baltic Sea beaches – this and much more is what Tallinn, one of the most northerly Baltic cities, has to offer. Tallinn can be reached by plane in only around one and a half hours. As of now, easyJet will fly twice a week from Berlin Schönefeld to the Estonian capital.

Tallinn is nestled in the Gulf of Finland, where you can really feel the wind in your hair. The old Hanseatic city, named Reval until 1918, has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. With the tall, narrow merchant houses that dominate the face of the old town, you almost feel as though you’re back in a previous century. The old city wall with its magnificent towers is one of the most well-preserved medieval buildings in Europe, bordering two kilometres of the old town. The most beautiful view over the city can be found at Domberg – here you can see far over the city and the sea beyond it. During the Christmas season, Tallinn hosts a multitude of Christmas markets. There is even a Christmas village in the Estonian Open Air Museum – here you can experience Christmas as it was 100 years ago.

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