Tallinn is the capital and the biggest city of Estonia.
In addition, it is one of the most preserved medieval cities of Europe, the historical center of which is on the list of UNESCO World Cultural Heritage sites. Tallinn is among the top 10 as the most popular touristic direction on the continent. Crossing the line of the Old Town, it seems that you travel through the times and find yourself on the cobbled streets of Tallinn. Here you will see merchant houses in gothic style, Town Wall with its beautiful towers, St. Nicholas and Holy Ghost Churches. In the heart of Tallinn, you can admire the 15th century Town Hall and one of the oldest pharmacies in the world, located on Town Hall Square.
Also, you will drop in a confectionary of Kalev factory where marzipan and chocolate of marvelous shapes are sold. Tallinn’s streets are full with local craftsmanship of stained glass, ceramics, jewelry, quilts and leather goods. If you’d like to continue your tour and visit Tallinn’s suburbs, we can offer you to set off to Pirita, where the Estonian Presidential Palace and the architecturally stunning KUMU Art Museum are located. Besides, you will see a panoramic view on Song Festival Grounds and buildings erected specially for the Olympic Games 1980.