Hostel Tatari 21 B

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Travel Blogs from Tallinn

A cold day in Estonia

A travel blog entry by rell01


Pulled into Tallinn & it is freezing & drizzling rain. A long walk to the tour guides & we are still trying to keep warm. More to follow. Great medieval city with some beautifully restored buildings & a lot of history. Still in place is the old wall & bastion of the old castle with the old & new towns. The tour guide was very friendly & informative. We nearly froze our asses off but ...

Eastern Europe

A travel blog entry by twopeasinparis


... equipped with restaurants, bars, a stage, shopping centre and many levels of cabins. That evening we cruised the Baltic Sea to Stockholm in 3m-6m seas, making the voyage a little bumpy and making us a little weary-eyed the next day for our jam packed day in the Swedish capital. Most of our time in the city was spent in the Vasa Museum, dedicated to a 17th century warship that had been salvaged 300 years after it sank just after leaving the port. This was ...

After the Sunset

A travel blog entry by funkymonk

... building a little. Hey, I designed it that way but it was out of necessity. There are things I need to be back in the UK for and I wasn't willing to drag out the Europe stretch any longer than I needed to. In short, there was plenty of stuff I needed to see, but I wanted to get it seen and done and out of the way.

Back then, I looked forward to a few points - turning the corner at the Netherlands was one of them but reaching Tallinn on the Estonian coast was another that ...

Medieval City of Spires

A travel blog entry by tofor85


Tallinn is acclaimed as one of the oldest cities in Europe. Today, there is an old and newtown district in Tallinn. The new looking like a standard Western city, with highrise glass buildings and malls. The old, and our destination for today, having a real medieval feel to it. Cobblestone streets, several large churches with towering spires, a castle and remains of city walls surrounding old crumbling buildings.
We had cancelled our structured tour here, opting to ...

Day 6 Tallinn

A travel blog entry by hethncol


... town first past medieval walls and on very uneven cobblestones. We were warned to wear sturdy shoes and they were needed. The view from the top was very picturesque and put into perspective the upper and lower towns. Then down narrow cobbled lane ways to the centre of town we passed many cafes and craft shops along the way. The standard of the handicrafts was exceptional. Beautifully made clothes and household goods made from linen and wool. Exquisitely embroidered and ...


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