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How to get to Tallinn
- Most popular way for tourists to get to Tallinn is via the ferry from Helsinki. There are currently 3 companies operating lines between the cities and you can always find the one that suits for your schedule and budget.
Tallink/Silja Line http://www.tallinksilja.com
Linda Line http://www.lindaline.fi/en/

To Tallinn by busBus is other way to get there,- Ecolines, Eurolines, Nordeca - bus companies connecting Tallinn with the biggest Europian cities. You can book tickets online.
Bus Station situated in the Old Town, within 5 - 10 minutes from the Medieval part of the city by the tram

To Tallinn by planeFastest way is by the plane. Airport located some 10 - 12 km from the city; car rent, bus, taxi - within 15 minutes you are there. At the bottom of the page, you`ll find proper flight for reasonable price and suitable hotel according your budget.


Visit Tallinn and see all with your own eyes. Some places not to miss
Cathedral of Saint Mary the Virgin (Dome Church) and Tower
Must see
The Medieval church, known as Dome Church (Toomkirik), that stands at the centre of Toompea hill is one of the country's most fascinating historic attractions. Visitors can climb the 69 meter Baroque bell- tower for amazing views of the city.
Toom-Kooli 6  www.toomkirik.ee
Estonian History Museum - Great Guild Hall
Must see
Housed in the 15th century Great Guild Hall, country's grandest history museum tells Estonia's story from prehistoric times to the present day.
Pikk 17 Tallinn  www.ajaloomuuseum.ee
Estonian Open Air Museum
Must see
Enjoy themed fairs, visit old farm houses and rustic churches and roam acres of forest as part of this trip into the past. 
Vabaõhumuuseumi tee 12 Tallinn  www.evm.ee
Kadriorg Palace - Kadriorg Art Museum
Must see
This Baroque palace, built by Peter the Great is today home to the foreign art collection of the Art Museum of Estonia.
A. Weizenbergi 37 Tallinn www.kadriorumuuseum.ee
Kiek in de Kook Tower
Must see
Take a peek into the kitchens from the battlements of this Medieval defensive tower or tour around the Bastion Tunnels (advance booking needed).
Komandandi tee 2 Tallinn  www.linnamuuseum.ee/kok
Kohtuotsa Viewing Platform   
Kohtuotsa Viewing Platform
Must see panorama
This platform offers sweeping panoramas of Old Town's rooftops and towers with modern city skyline.
Kohtu 12
Lennusadam (Seaplane Harbour)
Must see submarine
Region's biggest sea centre and maritime museum in architectually unique seaplane hangars boasts real submarine (you can get in and imagine yourself as a submariner), steam icebreaker (biggest in Europe) and replica seaplane.   
Vesilennuki 6 Tallinn  www.lennusadam.eu  
Niguliste Museum (St. Nicholas' Church)
Must see
Saints, dancing skeletons and silver – not to mention the occasional organ concert – are the main attractions at this imposing, 13th-century church.
Niguliste 3 Tallinn  www.nigulistemuuseum.ee

Patkuli Viewing Platform
Must see
The Patkuli platform offers the best vantage point to see Tallinn's fairy tale city wall and towers, St. Olav's Church and the harbour area. 
Rahukohtu 3
St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
Must see
This spectacular, onion-domed structure perched atop Toompea Hill is Estonia's main Russian Orthodox cathedral.
Lossiplats 10 Tallinn  www.nevsky.orthodox.ee/index.php/en
St. Olav’s  Church and tower
Must see  view from the tower
The 14th century Gothic church that dominates Tallinn's skyline was a skyscraper of it's age and is still a major attraction. Visiting the church is free; for the tower check the ticket price (free with Tallinn Card).  
Lai 50 Tallinn  www.oleviste.ee
  Tallinn Song Festival Grounds
Must see
This sprawling event venue in Kadriorg has a special place in the hearts of Estonians as Song and Dance Celebrations take place here every 5 years. 
Narva mnt 95 Tallinn  www.lauluvaljak.ee
Tallinn Zoo
Must see
The Zoo is most famous for it's collection of goats, bulls, birds, but it also has polar bears, elephants, rhinos and domestic pets for children to pet in a mini zoo.
Paldiski mnt 145 Tallinn  www.tallinnzoo.ee
  Tallinn Town Wall

Must see
Despite or maybe because of its military function, the surviving parts of the city's reinforced three metre thick stone walls give the city its chocolate box, fairy tale charm.

Town Hall Pharmacy
Must see
Marzipan was one of the pharmacy's best sellers, one that local legend insists was actually invented as a curative here in the 15th century.
Raekoja plats 11  www.raeapteek.ee

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