Cosy jumpers, mulled wine, and foggy café windows are signs that winter is coming to Tallinn. The days are getting shorter and the nights, much, much longer. But it’s not all darkness and gloom because the fun and festivities continue all year long. There are many concert and events taking place, which you can read about in our events.If you’ve had your share of Old Town sights or want to see something a little different, you can also check out the green spaces of Kadriorg, the bohemian neighbourhood of Kalamaja, or the fantastic natural wonders of the Viimsi area just north of Tallinn. In spirit of the dark season, we’ve explored some of the city's spookiest places that you can read all about in our feature ‘The Dark Side of Tallinn’.
Of course, Tallinn is so much more than green spaces, palaces, terraces and beer glasses, but you’ll have to find that out for yourself. We’ll be there to help you along your journey 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.