Tallinn is like two sides of a coin – it preserves its Old City and develops its business district. Tourists can see the city’s valuable history through its architecture, culture, and economy. The shopping districts, nightlife venues, and other points of interest make Tallinn a global tourist hub and holiday destination.
Tallinn is the wonderful capital of Estonia. It is situated south of Helsinki, at the Gulf of Finland’s southern coast. It is a holiday destination frequented by shopaholics, backpackers, and history buffs, much because of the great variety of things to do in Tallinn.
There are a lot of fashionable and posh shopping streets, malls, and specialty stores throughout the city. One of the most visited shopping districts is the street of Viru which can be found in All-Linn. Shopping centers and department stores also dot the whole city.
Commune with nature and see plenty of animals at Tallinn Zoo, an enormous green space that features various animal exhibits and an impressive maze of ponds.
At night, Tallinn is bursting with bars, pubs, clubs, and other nightlife venues where you can relax and unwind.
Year-round weather in Tallinn is mild, thanks to its humid continental climate and coastal location. The summers are warm and mild while the winters are cold and snowy but still tolerable. The warmest month is July while the coldest is February. Ironically, July is also the wettest month, along with August. The peak tourist season in Tallinn is summer, when the weather is sunny but not hot. Daytime temperatures usually stay within 19-21°C (66-70°F).
Another great time to visit the city is during the spring season, since several festivals are held at this time of the year. The Tallinn Music Week a well-known spring festival that showcases the best of Estonian musical talents.
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