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Boutique Hotels in Tallinn

Tallinn is the capital city of Estonia, located on the northern coast of the country along the Gulf of Finland. It is a picturesque city with a well-preserved medieval Old Town that has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city has a population of around 450,000 people and is the political, cultural, and economic center of Estonia.

Tallinn has a rich history that dates back to the 13th century, when it was founded by the Danish king. Throughout the centuries, Tallinn has been ruled by various powers, including the Hanseatic League, the Swedish Empire, and the Soviet Union. Today, Tallinn is a modern and vibrant city that combines its medieval charm with contemporary culture and technology.

Some popular attractions in Tallinn include:

    Tallinn Old Town - This medieval Old Town is one of the best-preserved in Europe and is known for its historic buildings, cobblestone streets, and charming cafes and shops.

    Toompea Castle - Located on a hill overlooking Tallinn Old Town, this castle has been the seat of power in Estonia for centuries and is now home to the Estonian Parliament.

    Kadriorg Palace - This baroque palace was built by Peter the Great of Russia in the 18th century and now houses the Kadriorg Art Museum.

    St. Olaf's Church - This Gothic church was once the tallest building in the world and offers panoramic views of Tallinn from its tower.

    Kumu Art Museum - This modern museum showcases Estonian and international art from the 18th century to the present day.

    Tallinn Town Hall Square - This bustling square in the heart of Tallinn Old Town is known for its historic buildings, outdoor cafes, and street performers.

    Seaplane Harbour Museum - This maritime museum is housed in a former seaplane hangar and features a collection of ships, submarines, and other naval artifacts.

Tallinn also has a vibrant culinary scene, with a range of restaurants and cafes offering traditional Estonian dishes as well as international cuisine. It is also known for its innovative use of technology, with its e-government system allowing citizens to conduct almost all government transactions online.