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Best things to do in Tallín

Centro comercial
“Shopping center with eating places, shops for buying gifts and souvenirs, clothes. There is a big supermarket RIMI for buying food, open long time, until 23.00”
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Restaurante
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“One of my favourites over a decade this Old Town gem offers steady quality in amazing setting, especially their inner courtyard open only during the summer season is a must visit when strolling the ancient streets of medieval Tallinn”
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Café
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“A local pub called "Local" and the naming is perfectly accurate, this pub/restaurant was set up in a local commune building and mostly serves people in the vicinity and is not frequented by tourist. That said, the staff speaks English well and the menus are in multiple languages too. Our favourite is the open air garden in summer and the BBQ menu. ”
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Restaurante vegetariano/vegano
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“If you prefer vegan food this place is definitely one of the best in town! They are quite often fully booked, so I recommend to book the table ahead!”
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Restaurante
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“Great example of what a neighbourhood restaurant should be like. Not the cheapest of the outer-old town bunch, but the ambience and cousine are both great. ”
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Cafetería
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“Absolutely the best cinnamon rolls in town! Also enjoy their homemade sourdough and wide coffee selection.”
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Cine
“The second-largest cinema house in Tallinn makes its home on the top floor of the Solaris Centre, in central Tallinn. The facility has seven halls, showing the latest international hits, including those in 3D, with the latest Dolby surround sound. Relatively small halls make the visit perfectly comfortable for all the family. ”
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Point of Interest
“Kohtuotsa viewing platform is on the northern side of Toompea hill. It provides excellent views over the red roofs and towering spires of the Old Town as well as of the gleaming highrise buildings in the new part of the city. In the background is the Gulf of Finland, the port and the Pirita district. Unforgettable views are guaranteed all year round, whatever the weather. ”
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Restaurante
“In the simple interior on offer are daily lunch deals, lunch and dinner menus full of local ingredients. Visitors are treated with high quality, seasonal dishes.”
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Establishment
“The most popular nightclub in Tallinn, near the Freedom Square, is exclusive in both its interior and concept. Live entertainment every Friday and Saturday from 11 p.m. On both nights, guests can attend parties in three halls with different music. The main hall mostly plays the current popular songs, and the VIP rooms play R'n'B and disco music. A VIP-ticket includes a welcoming drink and access to the Moët and House VIP-rooms. Dress code is smart casual and this means that guests in sports clothes and footwear will not be let in. The age limit is 21 years.”
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Cine
“This is a cool experience for people who'd like to have a nice view over Tallinn. There is also an option to walk on the edge - if you dare.”
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Parque
“The closest park. Itś close to harbour area and not far from the maritime museum. ”
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Lounge
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“Restaurant, bistro & a bar with a chill vibe. Great place for Friday night drinks and dinner. Next to the restaurant, they have an underground cocktail bar. ”
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Antro
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“One of the oldest and most famous nightclubs in the city. Mostly young crowd and loud music. ”
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Pub
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“The most classic pub in Tallinn, open since the end of USSR times, good selection of beers, decent bar food but nothing special in the culinary section.”
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Establishment
“This grand, baroque palace built for Peter the Great in 1718 now houses the Art Museum of Estonia's foreign collection. A trip to Tallinn isn’t a trip to Tallinn without a visit to the northern Baroque palace. Designed by Italian architect Niccolo Michetti, the palace and surrounding manicured gardens are a humbling example of Tsarist extravagance. In its current role as the Kadriorg Art Museum, it displays hundreds of 16th- to 20th-century paintings by Western and Russian artists, as well as prints, sculptures and other works. While here, don't miss the decadent, two-storey main hall, with its elaborately painted ceiling and stucco work, or the room used as an office by Estonia's head of state before the nearby Presidential Palace was built. Surrounding the Palace are several interesting palace side buildings. For example, the restored kitchen building houses a cosy art museum called the Mikkel Museum, and the humble summer cottage is the Peter I House Museum. The palace governor’s house (the castellan’s house) is now home to the Kastellaanimaja Gallery and the Eduard Vilde House Museum.”
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