Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, is one of the oldest cities on the Baltic Sea, founded in 1154. Its Old Town has remained remarkably unchanged for the past 600 years, making it one of the most attractive cities in Europe. The reconstructed Rotermann area is located very close to Old Town. Today's Tallinn is also a thoroughly modern capital filled with parks, museums, sports centres, hotels and cafés – a city certain to suit almost every traveller's tastes. Many national events are attracted to Tallinn because of its designation as the European Capital of Culture in 2011. Tallinn is a city certain to suit almost every traveller's tastes.Find Cruises Sailing to This Port
Discover the influence of the old Hanseatic League in the well preserved medieval quarter of Tallinn, with its narrow cobblestone alleyways. You'll find old walls, winding cobbled lanes and buildings that date back to the Middle Ages.
Estonia is known for its local specialities such as herring and beetroot salad, pork chops with sauerkraut and curds or cheesecake.
The official currency of Estonia is the Euro (EUR).
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