How has this hostel rated in the past?
Photos of Viru Backpackers
TripAdvisor Reviews Viru Backpackers Tallinn
Travel Blogs from Tallinn
... s big with social media, so be careful what you tweet!
We then went to a couple of viewpoints overlooking the town. While up here, I found out it was Estonians that invited Skype! They are also quite forward thinking with other things too! Everybody has a residents card, enabling them to use public transport free of charge. This is also a form of ID. They soon hope to add on to the card key health information, such as blood type and allergies, so if you are ever involved in ...
... times as you like. Simply hop off where you want to, and return to any stop to continue your tour. The nearest stop is cruise ship terminal is ABC Terminals.Tallinn City Hop-on Hop-off Tour stops:
- Mere pst (328 feet, 100 meters from Viru Square)
- Song Festival Grounds
- Russalka Monument
- D-Terminal (cruise ship)
- Hotel Radisson SAS and Swissotel (stops on request)
- Toompea Castle- Old Town
- ABC Terminals
... use their phone all their waking hours.
On a bus to the plane on the tarmac. What is it with parents these days? First, they are selfish enough to travel with spoiled brats. Second, we don't need to hear that your kids cries forever. A grandmother distracted the latest little ***** and I thanked her for her efforts.
Barely 25M in the air from Helsinki to Tallinn. Bag out quicker this time and out into the public area. Saw the taxi sign and ...
We arrived in Tallin, an old city that can be found in Estoina. Throughout the twentieth century Estonia was annexed by, and regained its freedom from, other countries several times. Today Estonia is free.
Our Summer's day in Tallin went like ...
... the last one before Independence was restored, a record 300,000 people managed to fit in! It became known as The Singing Revolution. We followed a nice footpath through a forest to reach the German War Graves at Maajamäe Memorial. This was for German and Estonian troops who fought on the German side during World War Two. In the Soviet section there is an interesting sculpture there of two hands being warmed by a flame. Sadly the flame is no longer lit so ...