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Tallinn is the capital and largest city in Estonia, and is situated along the northern coast of the country on the shore of the Gulf of Finland. Although the area was settled as far back as 5,000 BC, the city did not truly develop until it came under Danish control in the 13th century, and thrived as a trading hub. The city today exudes charm, and brings together elements of both modern and medieval style to deliver a truly vibrant atmosphere. Much of the Old Town area of the city has a fairly tale charm with its neo-Gothic architecture and red rooftops. Finding your ideal hotel in Tallinn can be a difficult experience, as there are so many hotels to choose from. makes things easy by providing thousands of user submitted hotel reviews, photo galleries of hotel rooms and facilities, and a helpful location applet via Google maps.

What's Tallinn Like?

Beneath the historic exterior of Tallinn is a modern city with shopping streets, galleries, and a thriving nightlife just waiting to be explored. The Old Town is one of the must-see attractions in the city, and features plenty of 14th century buildings with cobblestone streets, winding alleyways, and popular museums. The Town Hall Square has served as a market since the 11th century, and here you can indulge in a range of local shopping opportunities. The 13th century Oleviste Church has a tower which offers a panoramic view of the city. To learn a little bit about the history of Tallinn, you can stop by the Kumu Art Museum, KGB Museum, or Estonian Maritime Museum for a look at Tallinn's past.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Tallinn

The humid continental climate of Tallinn leads to warm summers and cold, snowy winters. Summer months last from June to August with afternoon temperatures typically around 70°Fahrenheit, however if you travel during winter expect temperatures of around 25°Fahrenheit, so plan accordingly. The locals in Tallinn speak a variety of languages, with only around half speaking Estonian as their native language, followed closely by Russian. You might find it a little difficult making sense of street signs and public transport notices, however you can carry an Estonian pocket reference book, or stop by the nearest tourist information office for help and advice. Balti jaam (Baltic Station) is the main railway station in Tallinn, and offers direct links to Estonian cities such as Tartu, Valga, and Türi, however you can also travel internationally to destinations such as Saint Petersburg in Russia and Riga in Latvia, knowing that has you covered wherever you travel.

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