Old Town Backpackers

Address: Uus 14, Tallinn, 10111, Estonia | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Tallinn

Estonia, Tallinn

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Jul 31, 2015

8 photos

... quick development into a modern European capital. Estonians account for 55% of the Tallinn population, (Russians 37%). The official language of Estonian is spoken by 50% of the population and 47% speak Russian. Embracing a high level of economic freedom, Estonia and Tallinn have a high living standard, supported by a highly diversified economy with particular strengths in information technology, manufacturing and logistics. Estonia has the lowest ratio of ...

Land Ho!

A travel blog entry by travellingfools on Jun 01, 2015

2 comments, 17 photos

... cheap, high calorie shopping. The snacks hit the spot when we boarded later that afternoon. Before we boarded though, we wanted to make the most of our few Tallinn hours remaining. We had walked passed various towers to climb for a small fee, so we grabbed some euro from an ATM and backtracked to a section of the medieval wall with several guard towers. After a brief but lively negotiation with a non-English speaking ticket agent, we climbed some ...

Exploring Tallinn

A travel blog entry by nirnimesh.dube on May 17, 2015

25 photos

... area was poor cousin of the Old City. However, the fun loving spirit of the people was very much intact. This area was hosting a festival where members of a couple of household come together and prepare different food stuffs in their back garden and also display various artefacts, paintings, clothes, etc. for sale. It was an amazing feeling to be part of community bonding. The best thing was that at some places Chai (Tea) and Dal Chawal (Rice and Lentil) were also ...


A travel blog entry by tlvice on Jan 05, 2015

116 photos

... the church. While it dates from about 1900, it feels like a structure three or four times as old. My disappointment at not being able to take photos nearly left me grumpy.

The church has no pews. Instead, nearly everyone stood in a large circle. The large circle of people surrounded another, smaller circle, which happened to be a choir. Boys and girls ranging in age from 10 to 16, all dressed in traditional Russian costumes, made up the ...

Tallin-ted travelling

A travel blog entry by holmesandaway on Oct 15, 2014

10 photos

... shaped to resemble Noah's Ark. This is a stark contrast to the steel and concrete of the shopping malls around the chapel. Also once you step into the chapel it's like stepping into a different world. All outside noise is blocked out and the inside of this church is so simple and plain that it's no wonder it's recommended for a quiet and reflective time. After our tour ended it was time for lunch and more importantly time to find somewhere warm to eat it! We settled on the ...