The long, mostly warm days of summer bring the city of Tallinn to life. Terraces are filled with hungry and thirsty customers enjoying the sunshine and the beautiful buildings of the Old Town. Summer has officially arrived!
If you’ve already seen the sights of the Old Town, why not explore the different suburbs of Tallinn. The lush, green area of Kadriorg is just a quick tram ride from the city centre. The bohemian neighbourhood of Kalamaja has a new street food area to taste your way through, or venture out a bit further to the Viimsi peninsula, just north of Tallinn where you will find fascinating museums and more great restaurants to try.
Of course, Tallinn is so much more than green spaces, palaces, beaches and beer glasses, but you’ll have to find that out for yourself. Naturally we’ll be there to help you in the form of this handy little guide, so grab that camera, put Tallinn in your pocket and hit the paths, the streets or whichever surface your feet prefer and discover what this historic city has to offer.