Tallinn, Estonia is a city worth exploring if you happen to have a spare 48 hours on your hands.
I’ve put together this blog post to give you loads of information on what to get up to in the capital city of Estonia.
Enjoy my easy to navigate around guide to the capital city of Estonia:
How to travel to Tallinn, Estonia.
If you happen to be travelling around the Nordics or the Baltics, it’s very easy to travel to Estonia.
Especially if you happen to be travelling from Helsinki, Finland, as they have frequent ferry routes connecting the two cities together.
Eckeröline offers a frequent service connecting Helsinki, Finland and Tallinn, Estonia.
This makes it a fun trip if you wish to fly into one city, then out of the other or combine a visit to both cities which is totally possible and a popular option for many travellers.
Many budget airlines also fly to Tallinn, Estonia from around Europe and you can also grab a bus from Riga, Latvia which connects the Baltic route.
Many travelling options to choose from when visiting Estonia.
Where to stay
I’ve recently put together a review of the Airbnb that we stayed at within walking distance to Telliskivi Loomelinnak, a fun area to stay.
You can check out the Airbnb here: Telliskivi Loomelinnak Airbnb.
Many nice Airbnb options in Tallinn, Estonia to choose from.
Day 1: Explore the Telliskivi Loomelinnak, Creative City district.
Telliskivi Loomelinnak district is a fun area to explore around Tallinn.
It’s a fun, creative city type of area that has a hipster like feel to it.
Great to walk around, explore the endless supply of street art on offer.
Many awesome eating spots located here worth trying too. I’ve listed my favourite eating spots around Telliskivi Loomelinnak in my recent blog post.
You can check out my in depth blog post review here: Telliskivi Loomelinnak, creative city, Tallinn, Estonia.
Be sure to check it out on your next visit to Tallinn, Estonia.
Day 2: Exploring the old town of Tallinn, Estonia.
A trip to Tallinn wouldn’t be complete unless you spend some time exploring the old town of Tallinn.
Exploring the old town is like going back in time to the 13th century.
You can check out my more in depth visiting blog post guide here: Exploring the old town of Tallinn, Estonia.
Enjoy exploring the cobbled streets and getting lost!
Bonus: try one of these local treats.
I asked my local Estonian friend what would be typical and unique to try from Estonia.
She sort of went blank and couldn’t think of anything.
Then out of nowhere I got a text message telling me to try one of these treats.
It’s typically only found in Estonia. You can grab one for yourself by going to the dairy section of any Estonian supermarket and they will set you back around €0.20 each.
It’s like eating a mini cheesecake. I liked the honey version, for sure worth a try for something local and unique to Estonia.
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