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Book a Flight to Tallinn and Delve into the Middle Ages
Since the end of communism, Estonia’s capital Tallinn, has become one of the most popular travel destinations in Eastern Europe. Once part of the Soviet empire, Tallinn has been open to western visitors since 1991, who are always enthused by the highlights of this wonderful city. Tallinn’s old town has quite rightly been on the UNESCO world heritage list since 1997 because of its many mediaeval buildings. Situated in the Gulf of Finland, Tallinn also offers charming landscapes. Rich history, a picturesque cityscape and cultural highlights mark the city out. Book flights to Tallinn and discover one of the most beautiful cities in Eastern Europe.
A Gothic Jewel in the Heart of the City – Tallinn Town Hall
On a stroll through Tallinn’s old town you may feel like you have travelled back in time to the Middle Ages. The Gothic Town Hall with its distinctive tower and the Town Hall Square, are amongst the architectural jewels of Tallinn. It is the only Gothic town hall in the whole of northern Europe that remains. The exterior astounds as much as the magnificent decoration of the interior, which you can see with a guided tour. From the tower, you can look over the alleys of the old town and enjoy the beauty of Tallinn from above.
The Kadriorg Palace: The Might and Majesty of the Tsars
For a long time, Tallinn was part of the Russian Tsarist Empire and the mighty rulers also left traces of it in Estonia’s capital. Kadriorg Palace, summer residence of the famous Tsar Catherine II, the Great, is one of the most beautiful historical buildings in Europe. With its baroque architecture and the magnificently furnished rooms and ornaments, and the gardens in the style of Versailles, it doesn’t only appeal to those interested in history. There is also an art museum in the palace, the house museum of Peter the Great, the Kastellaanimaja gallery and the Eduard Vilde house museum.
Visit the Tallinn Botanical Gardens
It is not just the historical buildings in Tallinn that are worth a visit. If you like to stop and relax amidst greenery, the Estonian capital has the perfect place for you. Tallinn’s Botanical Gardens welcome you with over 8,000 different plants, from orchids to cacti. A guided tour is recommended during which you can find out about desert plants, medicinal herbs or flowers as national symbols. Discover the varied areas of the Botanical Gardens and have a picnic in the greenery. All this and more awaits if you book a flight to Tallinn with FlyDoha.