Tatari 53

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Tatari 53, Tallinn, 10134, Estonia
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 25% more and rated 13% lower than other 2 star hotels

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  • Families75
  • Couples50
  • Solo50
  • Business50

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Forum Posts

Is Tallinn in May still cold?

by broucinek

We are planning to visit Tallinn in May. We cannot do it later. We have questionmark about the weather at this time. May in Central Europe can be very hot. How is it in Tallinn? Thank you for advice.

Re: Is Tallinn in May still cold?

by leics

Certainly not what I would call 'cold' (but I'm from the UK).

Look at the climate averages here for a rough idea of what to expect;

http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/world/city_guides/results.shtml?tt=TT004460

you'll see that May is perfectly acceptable. Just make sure you pack clothes you can layer and waterproof outerwear. It may get chilly when the sun sets (or it may not0.

Enjoy Tallinn...it's a lovely city. :-)

Re: Is Tallinn in May still cold?

by Gili_S

Depends where you are from, for me it is in the south so it is warm. But depends also when in May? May can start on +5 and ended at +25... you should check the weather 2-3 days before arrival, till then it is everyone guess.

Re: Is Tallinn in May still cold?

by JohntheFinn

I live 100km from Tallinn. In the beginning of May we sometimes get sleet but I've also been on the beach on May 1. It's normally pleasant enough by the end of May but not usually what most people would call hot.

Re: Is Tallinn in May still cold?

by B.david

As compared to other months of the year, Tallinn has quite enjoyable weather in the months from May to August but still the temperature is in the cold range i.e. 14-19°C even during daytime. So if you belong to a colder region then you may call it warm.

Re: Is Tallinn in May still cold?

by B.david

As compared to other months of the year, Tallinn has quite enjoyable weather in the months from May to August but still the temperature is in the cold range i.e. 14-19°C even during daytime. So if you belong to a colder region then you may call it warm.

Re: Is Tallinn in May still cold?

by leics

14-19 really cannot be called 'cold'. It's quite usual for UK summer temps!

Re: Is Tallinn in May still cold?

by thirstytraveller

This year, I saw actually some snow in Tallinn in the beginning of May, but of course last winter was exceptionally long and cold everywhere in Europe. Usually temperatures are over 10 degrees centigrade at daytime even in the beginning of May, but might reach even 25 degrees when heatwaves occur.

Travel Tips for Tallinn

The first written mention...

by Perugia

The first written mention about the town was in 1154, so Tallinn has a fascinating Old Town - Vanalinn. Old building and churches were built in 13-16 centuries and are still good-looking. The Old Town consists of two parts: Toompea (Upper Town) and All-linn (Lower town). There are two streets between these parts: Pikk Jalg (Long Leg) and L?hike Jalg (Short Leg). We have a legend ?Why does Tallinn have a limp?? Because it has one leg short and another long:)))

Identifed Buildings Tallinn Which Aren't TO DO

by grandmaR

under construction

he Estonian Parliament is housed in the Toompea Castle.It is one of Estonia’s oldest and grandest architectural groupings. Built in the 13th to the 14th centuries, the castle is situated on the steep limestone coast, 50 meters above sea level. It is one of the most potent symbols of reigning power, conquered over the centuries by various nations

The Toompea Post Office is also located in the Old Town, at Lossi plats 4, and is open Monday to Friday, 9:00 - 17:00. UNDER CONSTRUCTION

There aren't many cinemas in Tallinn (four to be precise!), so that heavens for the Kino Soprus, a veritable champion of the arts. From behind it's Corinthian-columned facade, the Soprus is responsible for some of the most independent and artistic screenings in town, with a particular bent towards Scandinavian and homegrown talent. It recently won the Europa Cinemas award for 'Best Young Audiences Activities, and also hosts the Sleepwalkers’ Student Film Festival - an integral part of the prestigious Black Nights Film Festival or Poff.

The Estonian Academy of Arts (Estonian: Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, EKA) is the only public university in Estonia providing higher education in art, design, architecture, media, art history and conservation.

According to the Statutes of EAA the main objective of activity of the Estonian Academy of Arts is to promote creative and research activities, to enable acquirement of contemporary higher education basing on integrated study, creative and research activities and meeting the standard of higher education in the field of fine arts, design, media, architecture, art history, conservation and teachers' training

City Hall Square

by bugulma

The square in front of Tallinn's Town Hall functioned as a marketplace for centuries. Through the years this served as a place of celebrations as well as executions. Today the square remains a cultural point for the city. Guidebooks say, In winter, an annual Christmas Market enchants the crowds on the square, as does the town's Christmas tree (a tradition whose roots stretch back to 1441), which stays up for a month or more.

Buy a Tallinn Card

by cheekymarieh

This is the cheapest way to see the city if you plan to visit a few museums and landmarks. Depending on the type of card you purchase you will also be able to jump on a city sightseeing tour, use public transport and obtain freebies- a copy of Tallinn In your Pocket (an incredibly informative publication) and a selection of Tallinn postcards. You have a choice of 6 hours (which does not include the city sightseeing tour) – 90EEK (6 Euro), 24 hours – 250EEK (16 Euro), 48 hours – 300EEK (19 Euro) and 72 hours – 350EEK (22.5 Euro). You can buy the card at the Tourist Information Offices, Tallinn Airport, various travel agencies and some hotels.

Free guidebook "Tallinn this week"

by Raimix

There is always useful to have travel guide of places you go. I used to do such way - when coming to place I try to find free guide and free map at tourism information office or any more famous hotel\hostel\bar. This time I found "Tallinn this week" at Radisson SAS hotel, where I managed to go to see panorama of Tallinn as well. I should say this one guide book is quite good and no need to buy others, let say, from "In your pocket" series.

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Address: Tatari 53, Tallinn, 10134, Estonia