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Cheap Flights, Holidays and City Breaks to Tallinn, Estonia from Ireland

Estonia’s capital and its largest city, Tallinn, with a population of 418,582 is situated on the northern coast of the country. Tallinn is an ideal holiday or short city break destination and is the oldest capital city in northern Europe. The city was known as Renal from the 13th Century until 1917.

It’s a fairy-tale like city on the Estonian shores of the Baltic Sea. This colourful city is largely unspoilt by modern development and exploring it on foot or by bicycle is the best way to see the city. Vibrant and exciting, there is no better place to witness and taste Estonian’s fierce pride in their country than in the majestic medieval Old Town at the heart of the city, so call us today about our cheap flights, holidays and city breaks to Tallinn from Ireland at the best rates available.  

You are bound to see buildings with turrets on red tilted roofs line the twists of cobbled alleyways in this UNESCO World Heritage Site, protected by remarkably intact fortress walls and watchtowers. Twenty six towers still survive to this day.

Tallinn suffered very little damage throughout its history and the city boasts a large number of original houses, state buildings and the medieval churches. If you wish to visit this stunning medieval city, check out our super deals on flights, holidays and city breaks to Tallinn from Ireland. A trip to the Gothic St. Olav’s Church is recommended. It was oncethe tallest building in northern Europe and its distinctive green spire still dominate Tallinn today (1549-1625).

Tallinn’s Town Hall Square is a must-see. Explore and bargain hunt at these traditional wooden stalls or you can sit and relax at some of Tallinn’s lively cafes.

The summer months are a good time to visits Tallinn, as you will be able to see medieval life make a dramatic return to the square, with the energetic Old Town Days Carnival.

When you are in Tallinn, you have to visit the Town Hall itself, which dates back to the beginning of the 13th Century.

Toompea Hill is another major tourist attraction in Tallinn. Toompea Hill overlooks Tallinn and it boasts the imposing and the decorative Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. It was built in 1900 by Nicholas II, the last Russian Tsar, and this multi-domed building sparkles with gold mosaics.

Along the hill, you’ll come across several lookout points, which provide breathtaking views over the entire city of Tallinn and its rooftops to the Baltic. On your way back to the lower Old Town, you will pas Kiek in de Kok Cannon Tower, which retains a sense of impenetrable defiance.

Kadriorg Palace, which once belonged to the Tsar's, is definitely a tourist attraction for the entire family to enjoy.  Catherinethal is a petrine baroque palace of Catherine I of Russia in Tallinn. It was built after the the Great Northern War to Nicola Michetti's designs by Gaetano Chiaveri and Mikhail Zemtsov.  The Palace is the home to an art gallery and also the Kumu Art Museum. This art museum is the largest one in the Baltic's and one of the largest art museums in northern Europe.

No visit to Tallinn is complete without a trip the Baltic Coastline. It will also give you an opportunity to see monuments of the Soviet era and the Second World War. They way to get there is by bicycle. 

If you'd like to visit other parts of Estonia, we also offer cheap Tartu flights and holidays, or you could plan a Riga holiday during your stay in Tallinn.

For cheap flights, holidays and city breaks to Tallinn from Dublin, Cork and Shannon, call us today.

 

 


Information & Facts

Activities

Tallinn City Tour

Tallinn Segway Tour

Bicycle Tour Tallinn

Tallinn Cruises

Climate

The climate in Tallinn is characterised by a fairly cold winter, a cool spring, with little precipitation, a moderately warm summer and a long rainy autumn. However, some summers have weeks at a stretch of temperatures around +30 degrees Celsius and a warm, sunny summer can keep autumn at bay until mid-October. Average Temperature in July - +16,7 degrees Celsius. Average Temperature in February - -4 degrees Celsius

Eating Out

The restaurant scene in the Estonian capital is growing rapidly in choice and quality. Every type of cuisine is represented here from classic Italian to modern fusion and, although some establishments are better than others, you're more likely to hit than miss. For the adventurous tourists out there, you might want to try some traditional Estonian dishes. Hea isu!!!!

Getting Around

The OId City of Tallinn is best navigated by foot. A network of buses and trams cover the rest of the city.

By Tram: Tallinn's tram network covers the entire city centre. There are four routes and they all meet at Viru Centre, at stop Hobujaama.

By Bus: The bus network covers the entire city. Tourist Bus Tours (look for the red coloured buses) are also available at designated stops in Tallinn's Old Town.

By Bike: There are more than 180km  of bicycle roads in Tallinn. The Eurovelo international route goes from West to East, giving you a fantastic opportunity to ride comfortably through the city. Check out City Bike (+372 - 5111 819), mail@citybike.ee

Tallinn Traveller Tours - +372- 583748, tallinn@traveller.ee

Kids Attractions

Tallinn Zoo

Estonian Open Air Museum

Museum of Occupations

Language

Estonian

Money

Euro

Nightlife

Tourists flock in their droves to this charming and picturesque Estonian city - where the nightlife and party scene is second to none.  Tallinn offers plenty of bars and pubs, which are conveniently located in the Old Town of Tallinn, within a short distance of one another. You will find Irish and English bars. Molly Malone’s located on the Town Hall square definitely has the best location of them all.

O’Malley’s and Club Havana provide ample opportunities for nights of revelry. Another, slightly classier hang-out is the oldest pub in town Hell Hunt, where you can eat an amazing meal, washed down with  great variety of beer with some incredible music on the side.

You may wish to try trawling the city's excellent lounge bar scene. Over the last few years Tallinn’s trendy nightspots have characterised its nightlife, and visitors have a few great options to choose from if they want to see and be seen. The CatHouse is definitely one of them. A visit to the Butterfly Lounge is a must for any visitor to Tallinn as it provides an excellent competition of mixing cocktails. Clazz is another venue that is worth a look too.  

 

Restaurants

In some restaurants in Tallinn you will have to seat yourself, so don’t wait to be seated. In pubs, you will generally need to order and pay at the bar. Visitors from Ireland will be happy to note that service is nearly always through English. The VAT (20%) is always included and a gratuity should never be added to the bill.

Maikrahv

Raekoja plats 8

+372) 631 42 27

http://www.maikrahv.ee


This respectable establishment hidden under Town Hall Square hints at old-style regality all the while providing a decidedly modern and down-to-earth dining experience that won't bust your budget. The menu is international, dominated by fillets with a couple of pastas thrown in for good measure. Delicately prepared food and professional service made the experience come off without a hitch.
 

Troika

Raekoja plats 15

(+372) 627 62 45

http://www.troika.ee

Troika is one of Tallinn’s must-see cellar restaurants. Troika wows its customers with its cosy, old-style Russian décor and a singer who belts out folk songs from a balcony from time to time. The best thing about Troika is the food; its excellent bliny and its pelmeni as well as a selection of traditional main courses. The service is superb and you are definitely advised to book ahead.

Shopping

There are plenty of shopping opportunities in Tallinn. The Old Town of Tallinn is literally lined with dozens of souvenir, antique and speciality stores. Within the Old Town, you must head to the main shopping streets of Viru, Müürivahe, Suur-Karja, Väike-Karja and Kullassepa. The most central shopping centre is Viru Centre and it is home also to the Kaubamaja department store. Kaubamaja and Stockmann offer everything from electronics to cosmetics as well as so many clothing sections.

Sightseeing

Tallinn Town Hall Square

St. Olav's Church

Toompea Hill

Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

Kiek in de Kok Cannon Tower

Kadriorg Palace

Tallinn TV Tower

 

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Savoy Boutique Hotel

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Swissotel

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Telegraaf

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HOTEL SCHLOSSLE

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Schlössle Hotel

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Tallinn, the Jewel of the Baltic

Tallinn is a fairy-tale like city on the Estonian shores of the Baltic Sea. This colourful city is largely unspoilt by modern development and exploring it on foot or by bicycle is the best way to see the city. Vibrant and exciting, there is no better place to witness and taste Estonian's fierce pride in their country than in the majestic medieval Old Town at the heart of the city. You are bound to see buildings with turrets on red tilted roofs line the twists of cobbled alleyways in this UNESCO World Heritage Site, protected by remarkably intact fortress walls and watchtowers. No visit to Tallinn is complete without a trip the Baltic Coastline. It will also give you an opportunity to see monuments of the Soviet era and the Second World War. Club Travel -- Irish travel agents specialising in holidays and city breaks to Tallinn and cheap flights. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ for competitions, updates and last minute holiday deals to Tallinn. span>

 

 

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