Rocca al Mare

Address: Vabaohumuuseumi Tee 11, Lillevalja 2, Tallinn, 13522, Estonia | 3 star inn
 
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This 3 star inn, located on Vabaohumuuseumi Tee 11, Lillevalja 2, Tallinn, is near Rocca-al-Mare Open Air Museum, Pirita, Long Street (Pikk tanav), and Viru Square.
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      Wet cobblestones

      A travel blog entry by newsbob on Aug 26, 2014

      13 photos

      ... colors.

      As we headed back by bus to the ship, we passed more of the old medieval town wall that protected Tallinn from invaders.

      A squat round 16th century cannon tower is known as Fat Margaret, but no one really knows the origin of the name.

      According to one explanation, it was the name of one of the big cannons housed inside. But another legend says the name comes from a cook who served the soldiers manning the ...

      Helsinki to Tallinn

      A travel blog entry by bobrogers on Aug 14, 2014

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... carries 3600 passengers) and two ferries. Whilst I watch ,another ferry arrives from Helsinki so we can expect a heap of "tourists" today to invade our little oasis of history. It truly is amazing the number of ferry boats and now cruise liners that bring passengers to this little corner of the world..then there's those that fly or come by bus from other Baltic countries..... Our hotel..Euroopa Hotell is right at the port and rated 8 by HC It failed with the ...

      A Walk through History in Tallinn

      A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jul 08, 2014

      8 photos

      ... had a lump in their throat or a tear in their eye. The “Singing Revolution” resulted in independence for Estonia in 1991.

      We next visited St. Mary’s Cathedral, called the Dome Church by locals. It is the city’s oldest church, established in 1233, and inside displays the coats of arms of Tallinn’s noble families. Built as a Catholic Church, it was changed to a Lutheran church during the Reformation. We then saw ...

      Tallinn Old Town

      A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 13, 2014

      ... was the grieving widow of a Pagan king and she apparently built the hill in his honour. Her statue is surrounded by 250 year old linden trees. From here there is an excellent view of Hermann Pikk which is the tallest remaining tower of the Danish fortress. It is also where the Estonian flag was flown to declare their independence. Further up the hill is Alexander Nevsky church which is Russian orthodox and was full of tourists. The external ...

      Day 89: Tallinn is a bit medieval

      A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Jan 14, 2014

      4 comments, 13 photos

      ... br> We were still out the door by 10am and ready to see what Tallinn had to offer. The map showed us that there were interesting buildings sort of arranged in two different rings, a large outer and then around the center. We started at the Viru gates. These gates, like much of Tallinn, date back to the medieval times. There are pictures of the city, and different plaques around town, and seriously not much has changed. The buildings look the same, the streets ...