The capital of Estonia, Tallinn is located in the Baltic Sea region across the Gulf of Finland less than 50 miles south of Helsinki. Tallinn has managed to preserve its thousand-year old beauty.
The Old Town has withstood a series of events ranging from Viking plundering and crusades to wars and occupations. With its miles of winding cobblestone streets and quaint medieval houses, Tallinn is the best-preserved old town in Northern Europe and has been on UNESCO’s World Heritage List since 1997.
Excursions include Lahemaa National Park.