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Guidebook for Tallinn

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Guidebook for Tallinn

Food Scene
One of the very few places in Tallinn where you can get the early breakfast, full schedule Mon-Tue 07:30-23:30. Wed-Thu: 07:30 -00:00 Fri:07:30 - 02:00 Sat: 08:30-02:00 Sun 08:30-23:00
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Reval Café Müürivahe
14 Müürivahe
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One of the very few places in Tallinn where you can get the early breakfast, full schedule Mon-Tue 07:30-23:30. Wed-Thu: 07:30 -00:00 Fri:07:30 - 02:00 Sat: 08:30-02:00 Sun 08:30-23:00
Great Italian and local food
Trattoria Del Gallo Nero
32 Lai
Great Italian and local food
A small funky bar with one of the most interesting crowds in town
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Must Puudel
20 Müürivahe
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A small funky bar with one of the most interesting crowds in town
A superhip bar/restaurant next to Viru Street, great cocktails!
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Manna La Roosa
15 Vana-Viru
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A superhip bar/restaurant next to Viru Street, great cocktails!
My favourite restaurant in Tallinn - a weird mix of Estonian and Scottish cuisine and culture
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Leib Restoran
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My favourite restaurant in Tallinn - a weird mix of Estonian and Scottish cuisine and culture
The only large supermarket in the Old Town, open until 11pm
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Kaubahalli Rimi super
7 Aia
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The only large supermarket in the Old Town, open until 11pm
The only 24-hour supermarket in the Old Town - not a huge selection, but an unbeatable location.
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Kolmjalg OÜ
11 Pikk
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The only 24-hour supermarket in the Old Town - not a huge selection, but an unbeatable location.
Parks & Nature
is a stunning jewel of baroque architecture. It was built in the era of Tsar Peter the Great and named after his wife Catherine. Its neatly manicured gardens are home to many museums, including Kumu Art Museum.
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Kadriorg Park
26 A. Weizenbergi
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is a stunning jewel of baroque architecture. It was built in the era of Tsar Peter the Great and named after his wife Catherine. Its neatly manicured gardens are home to many museums, including Kumu Art Museum.
Arts & Culture
Its exhibition aims to appeal to diverse audiences. Exhibitions display both classical and contemporary art and everything in between. In 2008, the European Museum Forum, which operates under the auspices of the Council of Europe, awarded Kumu the title of 'European Museum of the Year'.
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Eesti Kunstimuuseum
1 Valge
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Its exhibition aims to appeal to diverse audiences. Exhibitions display both classical and contemporary art and everything in between. In 2008, the European Museum Forum, which operates under the auspices of the Council of Europe, awarded Kumu the title of 'European Museum of the Year'.
Shopping
The best supermarket near the Old Town, plus a cinema and a shopping mall
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Solaris
9 Estonia puiestee
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The best supermarket near the Old Town, plus a cinema and a shopping mall
Sightseeing
If you’re not afraid of heights, explore the vertical wonders of the Old Town. St. Olav’s Church was once the tallest building in the world during the 15th and 16th centuries. Today, its tower remains the most defining element of the Tallinn skyline, which visitors can ascend during the summer season for magnificent views.
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St Olaf's church
50 Lai
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If you’re not afraid of heights, explore the vertical wonders of the Old Town. St. Olav’s Church was once the tallest building in the world during the 15th and 16th centuries. Today, its tower remains the most defining element of the Tallinn skyline, which visitors can ascend during the summer season for magnificent views.
Walking along St. Catherine’s Passage, one can envision what it was like to be a Baltic craftsman 500 years ago. The workshops of St. Catherine’s Guild line the romantic walkway, where artisans produce and sell handmade goods. To put Tallinn’s medieval sights into context, visit the Estonian History Museum’s Great Guild Hall. Here, travel through prehistoric times all the way to the end of the 20th century. The lofty hall itself dates back to the 15th century, from which German merchants chaired the Town Council.
St. Catherine's Passage
14a Vene
Walking along St. Catherine’s Passage, one can envision what it was like to be a Baltic craftsman 500 years ago. The workshops of St. Catherine’s Guild line the romantic walkway, where artisans produce and sell handmade goods. To put Tallinn’s medieval sights into context, visit the Estonian History Museum’s Great Guild Hall. Here, travel through prehistoric times all the way to the end of the 20th century. The lofty hall itself dates back to the 15th century, from which German merchants chaired the Town Council.