Fall Into a Fairytale in Tallinn

Use this visual itinerary to plan a long weekend in the quaint fairytale-like medieval old town of Tallinn, Estonia. If the scenery doesn't charm you into a visit, you're likely to be seduced by the fact you can have a luxurious city break on a tight budget.

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When to go 

Consensus is May-Sept, but late fall and early spring are also good options

Check Gov.UK for  security information

In winter, pedestrians are required to wear a reflector at night

(€) Euro is the national currency and credit/debit cards are widely accepted 

Check here if you need a visa, but a passport valid for 6 months should do the trick for most

Electrical current is 220 volts AC, 50 Hz

Use European-style 2-pin plugs 

In case of an accident or sudden illness, call for an ambulance or the police free-of-charge from any phone: 112

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I hope this blog inspires your inner Travl Addict and helps you book your next once-in-a-lifetime trip!


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