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Tallinn is looking towards the future after an unstable past and its classy array of attractions and amenities show this perfectly. Amongst the spired buildings and rustic architecture, the city oozes charm, bringing together contemporary design with its medieval roots to give it a unique atmosphere and aesthetic. Expect jutting churches alongside glass-fronted new-age buildings, baroque palaces, shiny new shopping malls, and authentic cafes and eateries perched on almost every corner. Tallinn knows what the future looks like, and it’s a flurry of fusion restaurants, boutique accommodation, and sophistication – all with a dose of the past injected for good measure. Explore the ever-changing face of the city from our Tallinn apartments, which are set amongst the mishmash of spires and modern design.
Exploring everything the city has to offer is easy with our range of apartments in Tallinn, which can be found everywhere from the Old Town to the newer parts of the city.
Tallinn boasts a huge amount of culture, with plenty of art galleries, museums, and attractions to discover and explore. Some of the major ones are listed above, but if you really want to dig a little deeper and peel away the layers of Tallinn’s culture, here are some more things you can do.
The Balti Jaama Turg is an authentic Russian market that takes place every day on the streets opposite Tallinn’s main railway station, Balti Jaam. You’ll stumble across more than 50 stalls piled high with everything from antiques and locally made jam to homeware and other knickknacks. It’s the perfect place to pick up a souvenir, or just take a wander and soak up the atmosphere.
In the evening the Von Krahl Theatre opens its doors to culture-lovers, showcasing a range of performances by Estonian groups and those from further afield. It’s a popular hangout for locals, with a schedule that covers everything from contemporary opera and dance shows to unique theatre performances and lively musicals. It’s set in the backstreets of the Old Town, so it really feels like you’re having an authentic night out.
For something a little more historical, you could delve into the Bastion Passages, which were using to shelter men, ammunition and supplies during the 17th and 18th centuries. The network of passageways is extensive, and more than 380 of them are open for the public to explore, taking you back in time underground.
Our Tallinn apartments are a great way to immerse yourself in local culture, too, providing independence in a comfortable place to stay.
Thanks to its heady mix of old and new, Tallinn accommodation is a bit of a mixed bag. On the one hand there are new-age hotels rising up against the skyline and boutique hotels with niche themes, and on the other hand there are authentic guesthouses and rustic hostels perfect for getting under the skin of the city. There are plenty of apartments, too, which offer a unique way to explore everything on offer.
The Lennart Marie Tallinn Airport is located close to the city centre and is easily accessible by public transport. There are buses that travel to Tallinn harbour and the southern regions of the city every 30 minutes throughout the day. Tickets are extremely cheap, and the journey offers incredible views as you come into the city. You can also grab a taxi from the terminals for a cheap and easy ride into town.