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Tallinn Hotels

With a skyline that boasts both fairytale churches and high-rise luxury hotels, Tallinn is a truly captivating blend of heritage and modernity. The Estonian capital is a history-lover's dream, with beautifully preserved medieval buildings and fascinating museums. But while its picturesque cobbled streets might exude a rarefied old-world charm, Tallinn is in no way stuck in the past. Scratch beneath the surface and you'll find a cutting-edge contemporary art scene, countless live music venues, and truly hedonistic nightlife.

Things to see

The magnificent, ivy-covered Old City Gates date back to the 14th century, and are perhaps the most iconic sight in Tallinn. Pass through them and soak up the grandeur of Tallinn Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site truly deserving of the status. Here is where you'll find the imposing, Gothic-style Tallinn Town Hall, which today houses a museum and an atmospheric concert venue. Tallinn Zoo is first-rate attraction offering fun for all the family. Its outstanding collection of exotic animals includes one of the rarest cats in the world, the Amur leopard, as well as elephants, pigmy hippos, and majestic birds of prey. Shopaholics should make a beeline for the Rotermanni Shopping Center. Situated in the heart of the Rotermann Quarter, a thriving commercial and entertainment district, this mall is home to an impressive range of prestigious international brands.

Hotels in Tallinn

There's an extensive range of hotels in Tallinn, and prices across the board are very competitive. You'll find an impressive selection of world-class 5-star hotels, where you can expect to find amenities such as indoor swimming pools, spa tubs, and fitness facilities. Rooms are likely to boast premium bedding, complimentary designer toiletries, and state-of-the-art flat-screen TVs. If you're planning a budget break, there are also numerous low-cost alternatives. Take your pick from smart, modern chain hotels, or friendly, family-run guesthouses – either way you can expect your room rate to include free WiFi, cable television, and laundry services.

Where to stay

Tallinn Old Town is the city's most prestigious address. Here you'll find top-rate hotels housed in stunning historical buildings, an incredible range of effortlessly elegant cafés and restaurants, and alluring nightclubs open until the early hours. Pirita is a particularly popular destination in the summer, when tourists and locals alike flock to its expansive sandy beach to play volleyball and swim in the clear waters. The area also boasts pine-forested parks and stunning botanical gardens. Kadriorg is an affluent area, best known for the stately Kadriorg Palace, which today is home to a wonderful art museum.

How to get to Tallinn

Tallinn Airport is served by flights from major destinations across Europe, including London, Dublin, Paris, Amsterdam and Berlin. From here, it's about 15 minutes by bus to the city center. Rental cars and taxis are also available at the airport. Alternatively, there are long-distance buses which connect Tallinn with Riga in Latvia, St. Petersburg in Russia and Vilnius in Lithuania.

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