Given a nudge in the right direction by the recently-formed Silver Spoon Gastronomy Society , Tallinn's restaurant scene is rapidly growing in choice and quality. Every type of cuisine is represented from classic Italian to modern fusion and, although some joints are better than others, you're more likely to hit than miss. The adventurous - or should we say foolhardy - amongst you might want to try some classic Estonian dishes. Unfortunately your waitress will invariably speak English, and be able to tell you what's in them
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Unsurprisingly, this is where visitors will find the Town Hall, a Gothic building with a tall spire dominating the square. The Old Town is divided into two parts: the lower town and Toompea Hill. Most of the important and famous monuments are on Toompea Hill. This is the case for the Saint Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, a richly decorated Orthodox cathedral whose bright colors and distinct architectural style create a sharp contrast with the rest of the Old Town.
I have been to Tallinn several times throughout the years. The city is ever-changing and always presents me with something new, even if I never properly explored it the way I like to explore cities until my most recent trip. I had some decent coffee in Tallinn years back, but nothing that blew my mind, especially as someone living in Oslo where cafes and good coffee was ubiquitous. Fortunately, this trip changed all and I can honestly say that the cafes in Tallinn are serving super delicious coffee. This is a guide to the best coffee in Tallinn, Estonia.
Many tourists converge on the Town Hall Square after finishing their activities and fan out to the surrounding restaurants. This is a mistake, as you'll most likely be overcharged. Instead, try digging a little deeper to get to the r… Open the full description.