The Budget Guide to Tallinn, Estonia by Unique Hotels

 City Hotel Tallinn is Unique Hotel’s answer to travellers looking for cost-effective accommodation, such as business travellers who value modern facilities and efficient yet welcoming service. While City Hotel Tallinn is the ideal choice for those travelling on a budget, The von Stackelberg Hotel Tallinn and Kreutzwald Hotel Tallinn also offer packages at rates suited to a range of budgets.

The Estonian capital of Tallinn has many outstanding attractions that can be enjoyed without having to spend a considerable amount. Tallinn, one of Europe’s hidden gems, is blessed with outstanding attractions, excellent facilities and places to stay all at a price that is kind on the wallet.

1. Take an Impromptu Photo Tour

If you have a camera with you then you’ll quickly discover that Tallinn is one of the most photogenic cities in Europe. A walk around the old town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site due its magnificent 14th and 15th century architecture, provides many opportunities to soak up the grandiose feel of the city.

Tallinn-view

2. Take in the Sights

Walk around Toompea for wonderful sights such as the Castrum Danorum’s walls and bastions, not to mention the beautifully ornate Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. Toompark is particularly picturesque and perfect for a summer picnic or romantic winter walk. The Lutheran Cathedral (Toomkirik), St. Nicholas’ Church (Niguliste kirik) and the current Estonian Parliament Building (Riigikogu) are both nearby.

Niguliste-church

St. Nicholas’ Church 

 

3. A Trip to the Beach

Another great option for those on a budget is the seaside resort of Pirita, a short bus ride from the city centre. Its beautiful beach also offers great views of the city.

4. Free Concerts

Every Monday at 6pm, there’s a free concert at the Pühavaimu kirik church, held for both locals and visitors to enjoy.

 

Have you got any Tallinn tips for the budget-conscious traveller? Please leave us a comment and share!

 

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