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City Hall
“Old Town is the heart of Tallinn. Most of Historic sights are located in the area. It is also central point for gastronomy and nightlife. ”
  • 87 lokale anbefaler
Movie Theater
“Many design shops, book store, restaurants, large supermarket. Very close to Old Town”
  • 74 lokale anbefaler
Farmers Market
“This newly-restored market complex is the most modern of its kind in Estonia, bringing an extraordinary range of items together under one roof, with everything from children’s clothes to tasty street food. There’s also a supermarket, sports club, hair salon, fresh fruit and vegetable stalls, the widest range of meat and fish in the country, and a variety of cafes. ”
  • 67 lokale anbefaler
Plaza
“Town Hall Square in the old town. A nice place to have a walk and enjoy some history and culture. I wouldn't recommend eating at the town hall square though.”
  • 44 lokale anbefaler
Theme Restaurant
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“Enjoy a drink or a full meal in this unique medieval restaurant. Favorites are tasting platter and their honey beer.”
  • 41 lokale anbefaler
Point of Interest
“Some of the best Estonian performances are given at this grand theater and performance hall, including opera, ballet, musical theater, symphonic orchestra, and more.”
  • 18 lokale anbefaler
Eastern European Restaurant
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“Food I find delicious, people I like and rooms I want to be in. Highly recommended!”
  • 39 lokale anbefaler
Cocktailbar
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“Author of the restaurant's kaleidoscopic interior design is Soho Fond, whose original work is widely recognised by the local community. The historical building once accommodated one of Estonia's most loved writers Oskar Luts, who wrote here his bestseller "The Spring” (“Kevade”). ”
  • 31 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
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“This is the must-go restaurant if you're looking to get a taste of the modern Estonian cuisine (another option is MEKK), and one of the best in town overall. Wonderful dishes and wine list, exceptionally nice outdoor seating.”
  • 34 lokale anbefaler
Vegetarian / Vegan Restaurant
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“If you prefer vegan food this place is definitely one of the best in town! They are quite often fully booked, so I recommend to book the table ahead!”
  • 33 lokale anbefaler
Café
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“Another nice cafe on my street, although it gets a bit busy and crowded in the evenings.”
  • 40 lokale anbefaler
Pub
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“The most classic pub in Tallinn, open since the end of USSR times, good selection of beers, decent bar food but nothing special in the culinary section.”
  • 26 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
“In the simple interior on offer are daily lunch deals, lunch and dinner menus full of local ingredients. Visitors are treated with high quality, seasonal dishes.”
  • 32 lokale anbefaler
Movie Theater
“The second-largest cinema house in Tallinn makes its home on the top floor of the Solaris Centre, in central Tallinn. The facility has seven halls, showing the latest international hits, including those in 3D, with the latest Dolby surround sound. Relatively small halls make the visit perfectly comfortable for all the family. ”
  • 14 lokale anbefaler
Establishment
“The most popular nightclub in Tallinn, near the Freedom Square, is exclusive in both its interior and concept. Live entertainment every Friday and Saturday from 11 p.m. On both nights, guests can attend parties in three halls with different music. The main hall mostly plays the current popular songs, and the VIP rooms play R'n'B and disco music. A VIP-ticket includes a welcoming drink and access to the Moët and House VIP-rooms. Dress code is smart casual and this means that guests in sports clothes and footwear will not be let in. The age limit is 21 years.”
  • 9 lokale anbefaler
Church
“St Olaf's Church in Tallinn, the city's biggest medieval structure, took its name from the sainted Norwegian king Olav II Haraldsson. The church was first mentioned in 1267. It became one of the main churches in the Lower Town and formed its own congregation, which at first mostly comprised Scandinavian merchants and craftsmen and few Estonians. The evangelical preachings of the then chaplain of the church, Zacharias Hasse, led to the start of the reformation in Tallinn in 1523. Did you know...? *Lightning is known to have struck the tower of the church around ten times, three of which led to extensive fires – in 1625, 1820 and 1931.”
  • 34 lokale anbefaler