Taanilinna Hotel

Uus 6, Tallinn, 10111, Estonia | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tallinn

Day 89: Tallinn is a bit medieval

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber


... good.

By the time we were done with our city exploration it was around 4pm and we needed to return to the hostel to warm up a bit. We had some hot chocolate and planned out dinner. We also decided to make the walk to the bus station to see how far away from the hostel it was. Everyone kept telling us that we needed to take a taxi, but we like to walk, so we wanted to see if it was doable. It in fact took us less than 30 minutes to walk to... taxi? I don't ...

Suomenlinna Island

A travel blog entry by 2tillbrooks


... sheltering in a fancy shopping centre passing the time catching up with family members on beloved (free) Skype. By lunchtime we decided enough was enough and we weren't going to hide any longer, cos heck when we're we going to be in Helsinki again. Jumped on a ferry and headed out to Suomenlinna island a sea fortress founded in 1748. Built to defend ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80


... walls of the original structure of the building.

We ended the night by breaking backpacking rule number one. We ate in the town square and therefore most touristy place in Tallinn. This meant three things were almost guaranteed, the food would be way overpriced, extremely under seasoned and totally undersized. Unfortunately, the backpacking gods were unimpressed with our lack of ingenuity in finding a good bargain and punished us with expensive, bland and ...

Tallin - funny name but a great place

A travel blog entry by dougo


... of us were in shock but were too polite to say anything to him.

What happened to our itinerary?
Others did ask him about our city drive, and our proposed panoramic view over the city however Oliver said that there must have been some mix up. Yep … got that right … not to mention some 1 hours of our tour being left on our own, the bulk of that time being in a ****** market where each stall sold pretty much the same thing … we went ...

New Years Eve in Tallinn

A travel blog entry by kirksontour


... quaint atmosphere.

New Year's Eve dinner at Old Hansa, a famous Estonian restaurant done up in medieval style with medieval Estonian food, decor, waitress costumes and menus etc. Kids tried lots of new food including caviar, herring and some other fishy delights! Very proud of them.

Wandered around the Old Town after dinner but not many people about. I guess it is too cold to wait hours outside until midnight - ...

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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding