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This jumble of 14th- and 15th-century architecture with its medieval walls, needling spires and twisting, cobblestone streets is also the site of many of the city's important historic attractions and museums including the House of the Brotherhood of...more
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We had a fabulous 4night break in the old town Tallinn. It was like stepping back to a magical time . Beautiful architecture and so many attractions that we will return . Great if you enjoy culture and history. A lovely peaceful city without too...More
We enjoyed meandering all over Tallinn's Old Town! The area on top of the hill, following most of the towers along the old wall, is pretty run down, but the buildings are still beautiful and some of the viewpoints are amazing. Down near town square...More
This old Hanseatic town has maintained its history well and seems to have avoided too much WW2 destruction. The town walls are incomplete but the towers remain and the area encompassed maintains its character and style.
Tallinn’s old town retains its authentic rustic charm, free from the trappings of a high street and modern brands and luxury shops.
Coffee shops, bars and restaurants dot around the market square and the surrounding cobbled streets. The walk up through the old city walls...More
Tallinn is spectacular Medieval city. Tallinn and Rīga are quite different, but both are special. As a Latvian myself, it's hard to say which city I like better. If you like mostly history and historical buildings, Tallinn is a must see.
Very well accessible by food. Old town is charming. You pass churches, a castle, castle walls, many embassies. You can spend a few hours taking in the many v iews avaible from several points throughout the old town. People are friendly and helpful. Mostly cobblestone...More
Response from mdfloyd322 | Reviewed this property |
I'm sorry to be sooo late in my reply. I have been incredibly busy and only now logged back into TA. I really wish they'd send an email when people ask questions about posts. We were only in Tallinn one day.