Oru Hotel

Address: Narva Maantee 120B, Tallinn, 10127, Estonia | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Narva Maantee 120B, Tallinn, is near Kadriorg Park, Kumu Art Museum, Art Museum of Estonia, and Catherine Palace (Kadrioruloss).
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    Travel Blogs from Tallinn

    Tallin, Estonia

    A travel blog entry by hippler on Sep 19, 2014

    62 photos

    ... go to Tartu next.

    Unlike most cities, this area is not seedy and there's a Bohemian neighborhood right on the other side of the tracks where an industrial area used to be. The hotel has all the mod cons and is large and quiet. We got a room next to the tracks on the 2nd floor but there were 2 loud trains idling there so we asked for a room on the streetside. We got a 7th floor view of the parliament and churches up in the old city, ...

    Tallinn - Day 3 - Rain and Museum

    A travel blog entry by blackie_me on Aug 26, 2014

    1 comment

    ... no?


    One can spend a full day at the Museum of Occupations. There are about 8 archival documentaries of 25-28 minutes each with interviews of victims, men forced into battle, widows and even a German soldier. The exhibit covers the two Soviet occupations and the German one. A temporary exhibit also describes ...

    Perfect Medieval Town

    A travel blog entry by khillski on Aug 06, 2014

    45 photos

    ... of the cobblestone streets and properties, important state and church buildings, citizens’ and merchant’s residences, barns and warehouses dating back as far as to 11th century, are preserved in their original form.

    Powerful defensive structures have protected Tallinn from being destroyed in wars, and its lack of wooden buildings has kept the fire damages low. But it is also crucial that Tallinn has not been massively ...

    End of the Baltics

    A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 15, 2014

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... of the town square to have this horrible prison just a stones throw away, but how else does a country deal with over a decade of foreign occupation? It was time to make my way to Tallinn, which was another few hours away. The road between Tartu and Tallinn is just one long freeway so that made for a really boring ride and at times it was hard to stay focussed. It was overcast for most of the trip - except for the 5 minutes where the road went directly under the dark ...

    Day 11 Tallinn, Estonia

    A travel blog entry by blkconnor on Jul 08, 2014

    14 photos

    ... he got older he regretted some of the things he did and wanted to be buried in this church, specifically at the entrance. He wanted people to step on him so that he could pay for his sins. Folklore suggested he wanted to be buried at the entrance so that he could look up girls skirts!! As we walked the city, Kieran recognised some of the spots from a bmx video of some of his favourite riders. At the end of the walking part, Indric took us to the oldest cafe in Tallinn, where we had ...