Red Group Pikk 37-4

Address: Pikk 37-4, Tallinn, 10148, Estonia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tallinn

Pre-Trans Siberian: China - England - Estonia

A travel blog entry by uesheap on Sep 12, 2014

... walk than anticipated to the local landmark, Darwen Tower. Next day to Keswick and 5 days exploring the Lake District, the last two with good friends Lydia and Tim and a great day out at Hadrian's Wall. We deposited the car in Penrith, were dropped off at Liverpool Lime St by Lydia & Tim and took the train to London, where we had just a couple of days before leaving England for Estonia, but time to see a couple of West End ...

Tallinn, Estonia

A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope on Sep 04, 2014

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... Hill in the upper town) where the president lives. We saw the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral which is an historic orthodox cathedral on the Palace Square. More churches then the Dome Church, the gothic St Marys which is the oldest and the burial site for nobility and has 60 medieval costs of arms. Then onto Peter the Greats Kadriorg Palace, also part of the defensive wall was a Stout Margaret Tower. The 13Century old town is ...

A Day in Tallinn - Day 4

A travel blog entry by blackie_me on Aug 27, 2014

... down those stairs.

Toompea Castle and Pikk Hermann Tower

Exiting its gate I entered the Danish King's Garden and Maiden's Tower. I went in the tower, not much of a climb this time, and had a seat on the wall terrace.

The terrace is on the right of the Tower. With ...

Lovely and charming medieval Tallinn

A travel blog entry by barbara9909 on Jul 02, 2014

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... and they called something that turned out to be a private taxi which riped me off on the fare. I didn't even notice until almost all the way to the airport. I learned this the hard way. Check before you jump into a cab!

The flight over to Saaremaa was really spectacular. In a small plane you fly lower and really had beautiful views of the coast line and even Tallinn's skyline. I'd recommend taking the flight at least one way.


A vibrant country has arisen

A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on Jun 20, 2014

2 comments, 143 photos

... the former Soviet navy town of Paldiski. (Paldiski is the estanized word for Baltic.) This was a closed town (barbed wire and all), a Soviet Navy nuclear submarine training centre. The Soviet-era apartment buildings have now been renovated, and the port is still active, mostly shipping cars. Next, we visited a fortified monastery complex established in 1317 by Cistercian monks. From its tower we could see in the distance an odd, flat, ...

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