Locations


 

 

 Workshops Tudengimaja
Raekoja plats 16
 tudengimaja 2
 Friday Milonga Tudengimaja
Raekoja plats 16, Tallinn
The hall has wooden parquet floor
 tudengimaja
 Saturday Concert- Milonga  Nõmme Kultuurikeskus
(Nõmme Cultural Center)
Address: Turu plats, 2, Tallinn
The hall has wooden parquet floor
 veebssaal2
 Day Milongas Scheeli Restaurant
Address: Vana turg 2, Tallinn
The hall has wooden parquet floor
 TallinaScheeliRestaurant_MilongaDejotaji3

 

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Estonia lies in North-Eastern part of Europe. Tallinn is situated on the northern coast of the country, on the shore of the Gulf of Finland, south of Helsinki, east of Stockholm and west of Saint Petersburg.

 

Tallinn

In 1050 the first fortress was built on Tallinn Toompea. Since it’s first written mention in 1154  the town has held many different names and been ruled by various powers due to its privileged location for international trade.

Ever since the days of Viking traders Tallinn has been a meeting point for various cultures and nations, so visitors coming from any direction are bound to find something familiar, and something exotic, when they explore the city. Estonia’s various rulers – Danish, Livonian, German, Swedish and Russian – have each left their mark on Tallinn’s landscape, and their influence can be found reflected in the city’s architecture, art and even its restaurant cuisine.

Today Tallinn is the capital and largest city of Estonia with  a population of 431,184. It is ranked as a global city and has been listed among the top 10 digital cities in the world. The city was a European Capital of Culture for 2011.

Tallinn’s Old Town is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

 

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Tallinn is easy to reach – just a two- to three-hour flight from most European capitals – and once you arrive, getting into town is a snap. Lennart Meri International Airport is only 4 km from the city centre, putting it just ten minutes away from the downtown hotels. The ferry terminals and train station are also located a short distance from the Medieval Old Town. Thanks to its small size and compact layout, Tallinn is easy to explore on foot, eliminating the headaches of bus transfers and taxi rides.

You can reach  by Air, by Train, by Bus, by Sea or by Car easily.

Arrival by Air:
A number of airlines offer direct flights to Tallinn.
Tallinn airport (code: TLL) is next to the heart of the city. There is regular bus service, a taxi stand and car rental facilities at the airport. You can use Skyscanner or Lennujaam search for options.

Arrival by Train:

Tallinn is connected by rail to St Peterburg and Mosow.

Arrival by Bus:
There are regular bus services between Tallinn and Western Europe.
There are bus services to Tallinn from all places in Estonia and since it is a small country, distances are mostly easy.

Arrival by Sea:
There are several ferries between Helsinki in Finland and Tallinn every day. You can get to Tallinn by sea from Stockholm in Sweden too.
The harbour is a few minutes walk from the atmospheric ‘old city’ area.

 

Read more on:

Visit Tallinn  www.visittallinn.ee

Visit Estonia www.visitestonia.com

We also recommend Tallinn Card which includes lots of good offers for exploring the city easily and conveniently.

Accepted in nearly 80 locations, it entitles free admission to 40 top city attractions, free public transport, a free sightseeing tour of your choice and various other offers or discounts.

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