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About Estonia

Estonia is completely unique. Estonia has common history with Latvia and Lithuania and shares a similar geography, but culturally it is special. Shall be considered as a closest ethnic and linguistic buddy is Finland, despite 50 years of Soviet ruling in Estonia have separated Estonia and Finland. Estonia has been linked to Russia for the last 300 years, but the two absolutely different.

Located in the north of Europe the Baltic nation of Estonia still remains undiscovered by most. Its capital, Tallinn with Unesco-protected Old Town, is one of the most beautiful cities in the region. Filled with tall church towers, medieval walls, cobblestone streets, and picturesque squares, there are lots of reasons to visit Tallinn, Estonia.

Here are some reasons to visit Tallinn this year:

  1. Tallinn Old Town

Tallinn’s Old Town is one of the most beautiful medieval towns in Europe with narrow streets full of unique architecture and culture and the original 14th-century medieval walls that cover almost 2 kilometers.

Going through the Viru Gate and exploring the many beautiful buildings, restaurants, and cafes you will get enjoy by opening out to stunning Town Hall Square for yourself, a bustling marketplace, especially during Christmastime when it hosts a fabulous Christmas market.

Keep a lookout for Europe’s oldest operating pharmacy, opened in 1422, and for the free walking tours where you can explore the Old Town’s history and myths.

  1. Toompea Hill

Toompea Hill is one of the must-sees to visit in Tallinn. Here is the Kohtuotsa viewing platform, which provides amazing views of the city and the harbour. Nearby is the beautiful Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, built in 1900. We recommend to you to visit the 18th-century Toompea Castle and the Kiek in de Kök cannon tower. It is the start point of a tunnel hidden system that runs through Toompea Hill.

  1. Beautiful churches

One of the most important is St. Olaf’s Church, the city’s largest medieval building. Built-in the 13th-century, its towers offer spectacular views over Tallinn’s Old Town. Almost from that era is the Oleviste Church, once the tallest building in medieval Europe, and Gothic St Mary’s Cathedral, the country’s oldest cathedral. You can also visit the iconic and magnificent 19th-century St. Nicholas’ Orthodox Church.

  1. Amazing museums

Tallinn is also known for its many museums that explore Estonian history and culture. One of them splendid the Estonian History Museum situated in the 15th-century Great Guild Hall, exhibits is dating back to prehistoric times. Second -  the Estonian Open Air Museum devoted to the everyday lives of villagers between the 18th and 20th century. Third for art lovers -  the Kadriorg Art Museumand the Kunstimuuseum - forth, the largest art museum in the Baltic States with many old masterpieces. Fifth - the Kumu Art Museum, for a more modern take on art. And on of the biggest and interesting for everyone -  the Lennusadam Seaplane Harbour marine museum and the KGB Museum to explore military and spy equipment and history.

  1. Delicious Estonian food

Estonia has lots of delicious traditional dishes you have to try, such as leivasupp (or “bread soup”), mannavaht (a cream with semolina and fruit), and black rye bread.