Medieval Tallinn – Estonia’s Gorgeous Capital

Estonia, Tallinn Guide (B): Medieval Tallinn – Estonia’s Gorgeous Capital

Sad to leave SE Asia after 10-plus months of amazing travelling and it feels a little weird but it’s time to go. And so, what better place to start the next exciting travel chapter than in Estonia’s medieval Tallinn…

Waiting in the Noi Bai International Airport, Hanoi for a flight to Moscow, with a transit in Moscow for a little over an hour, before the connecting flight to Tallinn (Estonia).

The 12-hour Aeroflot flight from Vietnam to Moscow was almost full of Vietnamese passengers, not very many Russians, and only a few other tourists – great people watching.

The actual flight was surprisingly good with very good food served. The only negative I have is with the cabin crew, they all looked as if they’re either attending a funeral or going to rip your head off. Not much smiling going on. The 2-hour connecting flight to Tallinn wasn’t too bad either.

As it’s winter and snowing (have I mentioned snow?), many sights are closed and not open again until April. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Medieval Tallinn – Estonia’s Gorgeous Capital
Guide Location: Estonia » Tallinn
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Tallinn Old Town   Viru Gates   Town Hall Square   Town Hall   Town Hall Pharmacy   Fotomuseuum   Freedom Square   St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral   Port Harbour Area   Maiasmokk Kohvik  
Author: Nilla Palmer
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