New-found confidence and good times
On the banks of the Gulf of Finland, Estonia’s capital is steeped in history, with a thoroughly modern, European outlook that reflects its struggle for independence – and its new-found confidence. Go, and discover antiquity, culture, relatively cheap prices... and good times!
|Currency:||Estonian Kroon, Euro|
|Time zone:||GMT +2 (Summer GMT+3)|
|Holiday type:||Sightseeing, City break|
|Weather:||Average maximum temperature: 8.6°C
Rainfall: 667mm a year
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Check out the Estonian Open Air Museum in Rocca al Mare for a flavour of local culture, perfectly preserved... though it’s probably better to go during summer!
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For a hint of olde worlde Tallinn, beat a path to Olde Hansa for a large slice of populist atmosphere, some traditional cooking – and plenty of candlelit vibes.
Must be there for:
There’s plenty to do in Tallinn right across 2011 – because it’s Europe’s Capital of Culture all year long. It promises to be the biggest cultural event Estonia has ever seen
• Getting around Tallinn is easy. Public transport operates a flat fare system, and tickets are widely available from roadside kiosks.
• If you fancy venturing further afield and are independently-minded, there are easy ferry connections to Helsinki, Stockholm and Rostock (in Germany), with a choice of operators.
British citizens do not need a visa to visit Estonia.
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