Cheap flights to Tallinn
City breaks don’t get much more romantic or fun-filled than Tallinn. The perfect combination of culture and nightlife ensure that you’ll have a truly memorable holiday.
Welcome to Tallinn, the latest must see city break destination and a capital that is slowly becoming one of Europe’s most popular holiday destinations. Come here and you’ll not only discover a vibrant and exciting city, but one that offers up the best-preserved medieval city centre this side of Prague.
The best place from which to start your exploring is from the main square, the Raekoja plats. From here you can take your pick between the various alleyways full to bursting with cafes and trendy new boutiques. Walk to the medieval Toompea Castle, which looks over the city, then head to the Tallinn City Museum to learn more about the place you’re visiting.
Enjoy delicious experiences to do with the local food culture and catch up with the latest culinary trends at Tallinn Restaurant Week, from 1-7 November. Every participating restaurant shows off their own culinary style.
Christmas Market - This festive market combines the local and the medieval with the seasonal by offering seasonal handicraft, culinary heritage and beverages aplenty (20.11.2015 - 08.01.2016, Town Hall Square, In the Old Town).
Christmas Jazz 2015 - This festival is dedicated to chamber and vocal jazz, bringing top jazz artists from all over the world to Estonia and organizing numerous concerts with varied programs at churches, clubs and concert halls (28.11.2015 - 17.12.2015, www.jazzkaar.ee).
The Loomelinnak (Creative City) is pretty great. Located in a former industrial complex, it's packed with bars, cafés, restaurants, entertainment, ateliers and studios next to the railway station (60A Telliskivi).
Õllesummer 2015 (Beer Summer - 01.07-04.07) This beer festival hosts more than 60,000 visitors and nearly 100 artists, performing on 10 stages (Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, 95 Narva mnt, http://www.ollesummer.ee/est/eng).
Established in 1990, the Jazzkaar Festival has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Estonia and the topmost jazz festival in the Baltics. Catch it on 17-26 April. jazzkaar.ee
Tallinn's 314m TV Tower offers breathtaking views from its observation deck (probably the highest one in the Nordic countries). On a clear day you can see even Finland across the sea.
Take a taxi or a bus (No.1A, No.5A, No.8, No.34A or No.38).