Life in the city of Tallinn
Tallinn is one of the oldest cities in the Baltic Sea. Estonia’s capital Tallinn was founded in 1154. The old town still greatly changed over the past 600 years, making it one of the most attractive cities in Europe. Rotermann area located very close to the reconstructed old town. Tallinn today is also the capital of the modern is really full of parks, museums, sports centers, hotels, and cafes. Many national events attracted to Tallinn due to allocation as European Cultural Capital in 2011. Tallinn is a beautiful place filled with history, the story is interesting and quite a lot of medieval architecture is fantastic. It is because of this that the Tallinn made a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1997 and to this day remains one of the most medieval towns in Europe.
Tallinn nightlife is raging until morning, with steamy nightclubs, lounges, bars and clubs Slinky gay expat colorful, all hidden inside the walls of the old city. Culture seekers can save themselves with concert choirs, classical recitals, theater (human beings or dolls) and a lot of pop, rock and jazz. Cafe culture Tallinn is hard to match. Art-Deco patisseries, anterooms, candles and windy, Sun-lit terrace is the setting for strong coffee and people watch-a good start to lure the city’s restaurant and bar. Decadent old world dining room, wine cellar and bistro superstylish provide background for special dishes from every corner of the world a palatable. The city has a long history, one of the best places Rocca al Mare Open Air Museum where you can see windmills and the beginning of the 20th century. Town Hall Square is also fun which is home to the top of the Tower of St. Olav, the tallest Tower in the world. . Cities and towns in Europe are relatively small and easy enough to be explored on foot. You can also get around by tram or bus, and if you buy the card of Tallinn, you will be able to use any public transportation without difficulty.