Tallinn Travel Guide- My Top This to see and do in Tallinn, Estonia

Hello friends and happy hump day! Today I am sharing my guide to Tallinn, Estonia where I share my top things to see and do in the stunning and history packed city!

1.Stay at Hotel Schlossle. Hotel Schlossle is a 5-star boutique hotel with only 23 rooms.  It is the only member of The Leading Hotels of the World in Estonia. The hotel was named Estonia’s Leading Hotel in 2011. The location of the present hotel was mentioned in written sources for the first time in 1363! The hotel is absolutely stunning. The service was incredible. The location could not be better.

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2. Dinner at Restoran Farm This was maybe the best meal of my entire life.  It was beyond amazing!  The bright and airy restaurant is elegant but warm, cozy and charming.  I highly recommend starting with a cup of their creamy sauerkraut soup.  It has big pieces of ham in it and the most delicious crispy roasted potatoes too. Every course was beyond amazing and the service was top notch too.  If you only have time for one meal in Tallinn it must be Restoran Farm!

3. Visit Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral was built in a typical Russian Revival style in 1894, when Estonia was part of the Russian Empire. The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is Tallinn’s largest and grandest orthodox cupola cathedral. The exterior and interior of the cathedral are so so stunning!

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4. Climb to the top of St. Olaf’s. St. Olaf’s is believed to have been built in the 12th century and to have been the centre for old Tallinn’s Scandinavian community before Denmark conquered Tallinn in 1219.  The first known written records referring to the church date back to 1267.  The spire, 123.8 meters tall, was the tallest building in the world from 1549 to 1625 and the coolest part is you can climb to the top!  If you are afraid of heights or claustrophobic this ain’t the activity for you, but if you aren’t I highly highly recommend doing this!  The views from the tops are absolutely beautiful!

5. Eat at The Nautilus First off the décor was amazing!  #designinspo and on top of that the food was killer!!  I highly recommend the mussels.

6. Get photos at a viewing platform. There are a few viewing platforms throughout the city. The two we visited were Patkuli and Kohtuosta.

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7. Have drinks or a meal on a patio in Town Hall Square. It’s a large town square with many restaurants and shops.  It is also where Tallinn Town Hall is located.  It is the oldest town hall in the whole of the Baltic region and Scandinavia.

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Thank you so much to Hotel Schlossle for our flawless stay in your charming hotel and for making our stay in Tallinn one for the books.

For my full Tallinn, Estonia guide click here!

Kisses and traveling wishes,

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