Tallinn - A modern fairy-tale land waiting to be discovered
The Estonian capital offers much to the curious traveler. Tallinn is a wonderful mix of old Medieval character and modern cosmopolitanism, no more evident than in the charming old town where ancient squares, Gothic buildings & towers house a vibrant & exciting atmosphere made up of people enjoying trendy restaurants, quaint cafés and lively pubs, bars & clubs.
A free tour with a local Tallinn guide as recommended by freetour.com is an ideal way to really explore this compact capital city, learn it's fascinating history and see and hear about important sites of interest like St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, old City Wall, Viru Gate and Freedom Square.
You can feel the pulse of the city's social culture in Old town Square where markets, events, concerts & middle ages reenactments are common as well as a buzzing nightlife come evening. But Tallinn offers much more to see & do also, you can marvel at the beautiful 18th Century Kadriorg palace & gardens, visit the free Kumu Art Museum for impressive works of art spanning many eras, capture Incredible views from up the Baroque tower of Saint Mary's Cathedral, shop for local crafts at St. Catherine's Passage or find wonderfully bizarre items at Balti Jaam market or Telliskivi flea market or just relax in Kalamaja park. Tallinn is a place to step back in time while embracing cutting-edge modernity in a truly charming environment.