Hotell Birgitta

Address: Pargi Tee 12, Viimsi, 74001, Estonia | Inn
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Location

This inn, located on Pargi Tee 12, Viimsi, is near Kadriorg Park, Town Wall, Tallinn Zoo, and Russalka.
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Travel Blogs from Viimsi

Surprising Tallinn

A travel blog entry by blaurin on Aug 12, 2014

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... doesn't work. I have found that the only way I can get stable reception is by standing on a chair by the desk!!!! We went out for a wander through the Old Town. It is very commercialised and they have the Euro, so prices are not cheap. However, the buildings are truly beautiful and the prices are definitely still cheaper than Helsinki. The linen for sale is superb, as are the knitted articles! Julie take note! I have no ...

Sailing into the Baltic

A travel blog entry by koolajsp on Jul 22, 2014

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... yesterday afternoon. The painting we liked was over $5k so needless to say we didn't bid. This was followed Last night at the casino but we were on a loosing streak so we quit early and watched a great Canadian comic instead. The entertainment has been varied and very good. There is definitely something for everyone. Today after a relaxed breakfast in our room......we went to Talin to check out the old city and learnt about their history, both recent and old. Lovely city ...

Tallinn

A travel blog entry by webformation on Jul 19, 2014

... was colourful. We all felt moved by the atmosphere and the music perhaps more than in some of the big cathedrals. Our local guide explained the history if the city and its conquerors from Denmark, Sweden, Hanseatic traders, and Russians. Our guide exemplified the fiercely independent nature of Estonians. We got to see over the town from two panoramic lookouts. Suddenly we were invaded by dozens if tour groups also arriving to see ...

Tallinn & Tartu - Estonia's 'big' cities

A travel blog entry by joeandemtomai on Sep 04, 2013

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... and cute place, very unpopulated, no huge mountains or massive canyons!! Instead it has a heart warming natural beauty about it and every place feels like a big country town.. very safe and very clean and very 'I could live here' vibe. Everywhere you look in the new town of Tallinn there is trendy and classy restaurants and cafes- but the prices are really cheap!! I can understand why lots of Finnish come to holiday here because they can live it up!! Estonians ...

Tullin Estonia

A travel blog entry by jennyontheroad on Jul 08, 2013

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... of Danish rule, uprisings against the Danes were occasionally orchestrated. During this period trade became increasingly important and German traders from Gotland settled in Tullin. Eventually, the Danes sold their territory in Estonia to the Teutonic Knights, a group of Crusading Knights who were out to bring religion to the heathen Estonians. This period was one of great prosperity, lasting until the Livonian War when Russia went to war against the Teutonic order. (This ...