Miscellaneous: 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.
Miscellaneous: The Baltic States are rapidly developing countries, therefore an up to date guidebook is very useful. I used the Lonely Planet Guide Estonia, Latvia & Lithuania which offers information for all budgets on what to see and do, and tips on dining and accomodation.
Take a free map of Tallinn at the Tourist Information Office. The map includes the locations of the main sights, hotels, restaurants, pubs and cafes.
Tallinn has a few Tourist Information Offices all over the town. The Main Office is located at Raekoja Plats 10 (Town Hall Square).