Tallinn seems to be a quite save destination for travellers. You need common sense like every else in the world; and like in many other places of our world there are sick people.
West of Toompea... more
We were warned and told to use only Tallink taxis (which are mainly yellow) because some other taxis propably will cheet you.
So when we needed a taxi we took a Tallink taxi from a station nearby Viru... more
There are enough warnings about pick-pockets and bag snatchers around the town that you really should be on your guard, but don't be paranoid. It's a safe city, and as long as you aren't stupidly... more
We visited Tallinn in mid December, after they had already experienced heavy snow and the pavements were treacherous. Of course, the snow itself isn't the problem, but once it has been compressed,... more
In the high season (June to August) many ferriesof different companies serve the route between Helsinki and Tallinn.
Please keep in mind that depending on bookings the ferry timetables might be... more
I was in Tallin in late June, but still there was heavy rain for a whole day. Of course it's not a real danger, more of a warning actually. You miss out on the beautiful colours of Tallin, but at... more
Tallinn is the capital of Estonia, but also home to around 150,000 ethnic Russians, over a third of the population. These Russians tend not to speak Estonian, celebrate their holidays on different... more
According to legend, eskimos have over a hundred words for snow. Being continually exposed to the same thing normally causes humans to develop an ability to differentiate between things most normal......
I wanted to visit Estonia and firstly capital Tallinn for maybe already 5 years, but I always changed it to other travel destinations. Finally I visited it in 2007 July - explored Tallinn in 3 days....