Economy Hotell

Kopli 2c, Tallinn, 10412, Estonia | 2 star hotel
Prices starting from $40.00

Travel Blogs from Tallinn


A travel blog entry by jjndotr


... impressive “Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, (Russian Orthodox). The view from there was beautiful, even though it was a cloudy day and it rained from time to time. Around the large old town plaza are all
these gothic buildings. You ...

Helsinki Finland

A travel blog entry by smithhelen572


... was so unusual huge burner oven etc in the middle of the house. In the now lounge room are two bunks in the walls built in, and this is where she slept as a child. No bedroom in those days and then underground was the swimming pool and sauna. Most sauna's are outside, where they bath only every second day or so but never every day. They go into the extremely hot sauna after a period of time they come out and either roll in the snow or jump in the freezing water and ...

Day 10 - Tallinn

A travel blog entry by britt.mark


... Although the wall and tower count can't match Carcassonne, the city itself is real and well lived in. You can get a tattoo or sing karaoke if you need to. Estonians can sing and there were a few tats but with the weather a bit hard to display. After Finland it is surprisingly affordable. That will change soon.

Off to Norway on the morrow and it doesn't look like the coats are going back in the bag anytime soon.

Day 3 Helsinki / Tallinn

A travel blog entry by jax_trails


... amp; I had a quick whiz round as we wanted to go to senate square before heading to the ferry port. When we left the market the rain/sleet had finally stopped so got to senate square & went inside the cathedral. Back to the hotel got our cases then just as we got near the tram stop we saw the tram coming - perfect timing. This time our room on the ferry was on the 9th Floor ...

Tallinn Tales

A travel blog entry by carmaran-a-gogo


Our first view of Tallinn, Estonia felt like we had not only sailed across the Baltic Sea; but, sailed back in time. As has time has passed; Tallinn has divided it's city into three distinct districts...a very clean, modern new city center; a gray, drab district that still bears influences of the former Soviet
Union; and a historical town center rich in history and cultural preservation. We visited each section; but, spent the majority of our time in the historical ...

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