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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Euroopa Tallinn
Pretty good location 5 min from the ferry port and 10 min from the centre of the Old Town. Friendly staff; spacious, comfortable rooms and an excellent breakfast choice. Great value for money too. All adds up to a big thumbs up from me.
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The advantage of a late afternoon ferry (especially when the ferry terminal is 5 minutes from the hotel) was another morning in Tallinn. I actually managed to find a couple of places I hadn't found on the first couple of days, proving that Tallinn has plenty to keep you entertained for a full weekend.
I should make a mention of the fact …
Day 2 started with me rather full after a very impressive breakfast in the hotel. With the weather set fair aswell, Operation Let's Go Exploring (title subject to change) was off to a positive start.
The Old Town of Tallinn is one of those places where you get out what you put in. By that I mean, if you just want to wander around then …
A slight mis-judgement from my potential travelling partner involving too much alcohol and a early morning flight refusal lead to my weekend in Tallinn changing very quickly into a tourist trip instead of the planned "boys weekend"!
It didn't matter too much though as Tallinn is the kind of city (certainly the Old Town) which caters for …
... and announcing that they'd only been an independent country since 1991! It shocked me that it was so recently! This means that people my age would've been born into an occupied country - this is not some topic from a history textbook! The Soviet Union occupied Estonia in the 1940s, then Nazi Germany before the Soviets invaded again! A lot of Tallinn survived frequent bombings but often only through a few lucky coincidences. The soviets bombed Tallinn and hoped to destroy the main ...
Tallinn has several churches but they are not and never have been a religious nation. Denmark, Sweden, Germany and the Soviet Union (twice) occupied or ruled Estonia over the ages and religion was imposed on them; they were described as superstitious heathens. Estonia ...