Kullassepa Residence

Kullassepa 9/11, Tallinn, 10146, Estonia
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Lahemaa Park

by mjfeaster

Hi, we would like to see Lahemaa National Park while we are visiting Tallinn. Would you please tell me if there is a public bus from Tallinn old city to the park? Any suggestions?

Re: Lahemaa Park

by thirstytraveller

Depends, where exactly you want to go, but bus connections to this area are rather lousy.

Re: Lahemaa Park

by sihi

Hi.

Lahemaa is nothing special, go better more to the east and visit sea resort Toila with beautiful park, beach... and Valaste waterfall with wonderful limestone shore.

Re: Lahemaa Park

by TanyaEstinn

Hello,

Lahemaa National Park locates in Palmse (Lääne-Virumaa county). The easiest way to get the Park is rent a car. From the public transport it is possible to go by bus from Tallinn to Viitna (ticket price - 60-65 EEK), then walk or take another bus from Viitna to Palmse. Check the bus timetable on www.bussireisid.ee.

Travel agencies also offer different tours to Lahemaa. One of them you will find in Tallinn tourist information center (http://www.tourism.tallinn.ee/fpage/explore/sightseeing). The price is 900 EEK/ 57,5 EUR and includes guided 6-hour bus tour starting from Viru Hotel covers all of the area’s major sights, including the fascinating Palmse, Sagadi and Vihula manors.

Re: Lahemaa Park

by mjfeaster

Thanks for all of your replies. I think I will pass on Laheema park as we only have two days in Tallinn. I didn't want to do a tour because they spend all day there and I don't want to stay there for that long. Thanks again! Any tips on things to see in Tallinn?

Re: Lahemaa Park

by natusik78

to go to Lahemaa ,you can take a bus from bus station
www.bussireisid.ee

Travel Tips for Tallinn

Icicles - Beautiful but be careful!

by mightywease

We visited Tallinn in March, snow crunched underfoot, the weather was freezing and everywhere amazing clusters of icicles hung down from rooftops. It was cold but beautiful!

However, be careful, when the snow and ice becomes too heavy or starts to melt it can crash from rooftops with some force, making a tremendous noise and spreading out like splinters over the pavement and street. Every building had warning tape or temporary bollards stopping people from walking directly underneath the eaves of houses, and we saw quite a number of people leaning precariously out of upper story windows knocking the show and ice off roofs. Both very prudent and sensible measure because if these icicles hit you they could case some damage. It is unlikely but do be careful, if you see overhanging snow take heed of the warning tape, walk into the middle of the street and avoid it, just in case.

Vaana Toomas

by jonkb

The mascot of Tallinn is Vaana Toomas, or old Thomas. The ledgend is that he was a young poor boy who wanted sneaked in on an anual competition between knits. It was a shooting competition held every may in the Parrot's garden. he competitors had to shoot down the wooden parrot placed on top of a high pole. The little boy shot the parrot down, making the knits and citizens angry (since they hadn't been able to fire a shot). The Mayor, however was amused, and made the young boy the town-guard (A great honor for a poor boy). Toomas proved his reliability several times during the Livonian war. He guarded Tallinn from the Town Hall in the shape of a statue from 1530. The original statue can still be seen inside the town hall.

A guide told me that Toomas is aquinted with another myth. Toomas is also supposed to be the one that tells the old man from the sea that Tallinn isn't finished.

Estonian Beer

by Kathrin_E

Estonian beer proved to be really good, even from the point of taste of a spoilt German tongue. I learned that the Purity Law we Germans are so proud of (beer may contain hop, malt, water and yeast, and no other ingredients) is also valid in Estonia.

The two biggest brands are Saku and A. Le Coq. The standard beer is a light, not too bitter Pilsner-type. They also do dark beers. Checking if a pub has specialities from a microbrewery can be worthwhile.

Üks õlu palun...

Some local habbits

by frockland

Tallinn is a very clean city! (I think I´ve never seen a cleaner city!) It very hard to spot any rubbish in the streets. Even fag ends are not to find. There are many garbage boxes and everybody is using them. On top of these boxes is an ashtray. Don´t throw your cigarette ends away.

On most bottles is a deposit. If you are not interested in returning the bottle to a shop to collect the money, give it to a beggar or to other bottle collectors.

Whenever the sun is shining for a second the local guys and construction workers will take off their t-shirts. Doesn´t matter where they are! Nice to look at when you are gay or a girl!

There was a time when every self-respecting Estonian farmer made his own beer at home. Drinking alcohol seems to be a widely enjoyable habit. Even in the early morning I ´ve seen people drinking alcohol. Like in many other former Soviet countries it seems to be quite comon.

Daytrip to Tartu is possible

by Raimix

To get to Tartu, to see main things and to go back to Tallinn the same day is possible. Tallinn-Tartu bus goes about 2,5 hour. It is always better when to leave Tallinn at about 8-9 AM and come back the same day at evening.

Tartu is second largest city in Estonia, quite different from Tallinn. If talking about Tartu-Tallinn differences, for me Tartu was more new in architecture, with much smaller old town, more green places and nicer atmosphere (not so touristy, more "local").

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