Also, we very much recommend watching some good football tonight and while you’re at it, enjoy the food over at Burger Box.
It starts now!
Make your way to Pärnu maantee to watch the parade, and later to Song Festival Grounds for this unique Estonian experience.
In 2019, from July 4 to July 7, Estonia will celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Song Celebration, and the accompanying Dance Celebration…
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If you spot our colleagues in Tallinn in these green vests, then feel free to ask them for advice. Tourist information walks literally around the Old Town area to answer any tourism related questions. You can seek information about the nearest toilets or ask about Tallinn Card or get recommendations on local restaurants and bars.
Our information officers patrol the streets in July and August.
If you happen to have a question right now then fire away in comments or visit our website https://www.visittallinn.ee
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 after a stroll in the Schnelli Park walk through Kalamaja neighbourhood to the museum and check it out.
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 pay a visit…
“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!
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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