2019 June

Ahead of the Venice Days held in Tallinn in 1984,…

Ahead of the Venice Days held in Tallinn in 1984, gondola makers led by master builder Giovanni Giuponi built a gondola which was offered as a gift to the city of Tallinn. Fortunately there’s a photo of the occasion, otherwise we wouldn’t believe it either! That very same gondola is now in Seaplane Harbour so…

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Tallinn, as you’ll be reminded frequently by locals, is a…

Thanks heaps Stuart for outlining some of the nature spots within the city limits of Tallinn that get overlooked in many of the guidebooks, but deserve to be seen! 🙂 Tallinn, as you’ll be reminded frequently by locals, is a small city in a small country, and that has huge benefits for you when you…

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Pizza in Tallinn is better than you can imagine. There…

“Yes, may I please speak to pizza?” Pizza in Tallinn is better than you can imagine. There is so many pizzerias in Tallinn that it’s time to list all the best. Save this link!

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Another reason to love midsummer – the city is pretty…

Another reason to love midsummer – the city is pretty darn empty and it’s pretty darn cool like that. Oh and also Heldeke has sauna open, just saying!

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Along with Christmas, Jaaniõhtu (Midsummer Eve – 23 June) and…

Along with Christmas, Jaaniõhtu (Midsummer Eve – 23 June) and Jaanipäev (Midsummer Day, St John’s Day – 24 June) are the most important holidays in the #Estonian 🇪🇪 calendar – people 🤩 around the country will gather with their families, or at larger events to celebrate with singing, dancing and lighting the #bonfires 🔥, as…

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Fotografiska Tallinn, you won’t want to miss that while in…

Fotografiska Tallinn, you won’t want to miss that while in town. The legendary centre for contemporary photography has arrived to Telliskivi Loomelinnak, go check it out now, thank us later.

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Tallinn TV Tower (Tallinna Teletorn) is Estonia’s highest building, completed…

Tallinn TV Tower (Tallinna Teletorn) is Estonia’s highest building, completed in 1980 to broadcast the Moscow Olympic games since the sailing competitions took place in Tallinn at the Pirita harbour. The tower has an impressive history and played an essential role in 1991 when Estonia regained its independence in August. Today the TV-tower is open…

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Tallinn is a city rich in culture and history for…

Came across this useful post by Amanda Pereira, she has 4 tips on what to do today 🙂 Tallinn is a city rich in culture and history for people looking for an outstanding vacation experience in Europe.… by amandapereira

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Patarei prison and its exhibition in the architecturally magnificent but…

Well worth a visit, this place. About 20 minute stroll through the Old Town via Pikk Street, Patarei prison building is right by Kalarand, Tallinn. Patarei prison and its exhibition in the architecturally magnificent but historically creepy spaces spreads a dark past in front of the visitors eyes.

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It’s not as cold out as it looks, promise. Just…

It’s not as cold out as it looks, promise. Just a tad windy, that’s all.

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