Much appreciated tips for vegans 🙂 Tallinn has come a long way in the past couple of years so there are quite a few good options around town, go check them out!
Vegan Tallinn is a destination for the vegan foodie. Restaurants to choose from, and new ones appearing all the time. Save this list and start exporing!
Spring belongs to the community fairs, street markets and home-cafe events. This Sunday head to Nõmme area for the local party (Roheliste Väravate Tänav). And while there, don’t forget to walk around the tiny streets to take in the beauty of this green residential area. Everything is in blooms at the moment!
A magical morning at the Eesti Vabaõhumuuseum / Estonian Open Air Museum. Literally, walk back in time. Walk from village to village and peek into the houses. The current display lets you discover more about the movies that have been filmed here.
Ticket to the museum is 10 euros. Tallinn Card holders walk in for free.
Five minute walk from the hostel. Go check it out, dance is a powerful language!
// “All that goes right” esietendub täna Kanuti Gildi SAALis // Tonight the premiere of “All that goes right” Kanuti Gildi SAALis // Etendused 21/28/29/30.05 // Performances 21/28/29/30.05 //
Inglise keeles / In English
It’s Kalamaja päevad 2019 or Kalamaja neighbourhood festival this weekend! So no excuses, make your way across the other side of the Old Town and hipster away in Kalamaja buzz!
Kalamaja is one of the trendiest neighbourhoods in Tallinn. It’s easy to reach on foot from the port, city centre or Old Town.
Top tips for the weekend. Embrace yourself as there’s lot’s to do in Tallinn in the coming weekend.
Saturday is kicked off by May Run (Tallink Maijooks 2019) event in Pirita & Kadriorg area.
On the other side of the city in Kalamaja the season’s first community days will take off for two days (Kalamaja päevad 2019).
And just to make it even greater we celebrate the International Museum Day on Saturday with Museum Night event (Muuseumiöö) which means that most of Tallinn’s museums & sights will welcome visitors with free entry or special educational programs lasting until midnight. This year’s theme for the Museum Night is “Night of Patterns”. Find detailed information about the museums from here: http://bit.ly/2WOQ0f5
So if you happen to be in town, make the most of these wonderful events!
Have you heard this year’s Estonian Eurovision Song Contest song yet?
Victor Crone is a Swedish singer, who will represent Estonia in the Eurovision song battle this year with the song “Storm”. Check out the video below and see Tallinn through Victor’s eyes. Sound ON!!!
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