The Russian emperor’s summer palace, Kadriorg Palace, is located along the coastal area of the city. The 124 m tall St. Olaf’s Church and the two towers, Fat Margaret and Kiek in de Kök, are the other two attractions in the Kadriorg district.
Tallinn’s Open Air Museum houses 72 buildings depicting the life of the Estonians during the Tsar’s ... More reign. The Museum of Occupation exhibits the life of people under Nazi regime.
Olde Hansa caters to those who want a true feel of Medieval cuisine. No electricity or modern inventions and live performances and food cooked in the traditional way add to the Medieval ambience of the place.
Summer is the best time to visit Tallinn. Temperatures average 16.7°C; however, at times, they can rise to as high as 30°C. Winter is quite severe; autumn, wet.
For years, Tallinn’s location made it the bone of contention between Russia, Germany and the Scandinavian countries. Through the years, the city was looted, ransacked and bombed several times. Nevertheless, today it is a flourishing ... More cultural and commercial centre.
In 1997, the old town Tallinn was included on UNESCO’s World Heritage List as a site of cultural importance.
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