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Look out over the city’s medieval spires and towers towards the beautiful Gulf of Finland as you enjoy a cocktail at the Radisson Blu Sky Hotel in Tallinn. The Estonian capital is famed for its atmospheric Old Town – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – as well as an exciting menu of art galleries and museums.
This Tallinn hotel is easy to reach. It’s just 4 kilometres from the airport – which means less time travelling, and more time to enjoy. You’ll be ideally located to explore the city centre. 500 meters from the hotel is the Old Town, where you’ll find the Tallinn Town Hall, an impressive example of Gothic architecture dating back to the 14th century. Next, head to the St. Nicholas’ Church and Museum, home to a number of religious artworks.
RADISSON BLU SKY HOTEL
Rävala Puiestee 3, 10143 Tallinn Estonia
+372 6823 000 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Airports Council International (ACI) recognized Tallinn Airport with the Best European Airport 2018 award. The highest award was won in a competition with airports with up to 5 million passengers, overtaking Cork, London City, Torino, Kosovo and Chisnau airports in the process.
Tram line no. 4 stop is located on the city side of the passenger terminal of the airport. The journey to the city centre takes approximately 15-17 minutes. Information on tram lines and stops can be found HERE.
For a single trip you can buy the ticket from the driver (2€) or buy a QR-ticket on the Internet (1€). Using a transport card is free for the residents of Tallinn. You can find more information about tickets HERE.
Important! Taxi rates are not limited by law in Estonia. Before you start your ride, make sure that the rate is acceptable to you. The official taxi partners of Tallinn Airport are Tulika Takso, Tallink Takso, Airport Taxi and Tulika Premium, whose cars will be waiting for passengers right in front of the terminal doors.
Built up from the 13th to 16th centuries, when Tallinn – or Reval as it was known then – was a thriving member of the Hanseatic League, this enclosed neighbourhood of colourful, gabled houses, half-hidden courtyards and grandiose churches is, quite rightly, the city’s biggest tourist draw. And the fact that it’s all neatly packaged within a mostly-intact city wall and dotted with guard towers, gives it an extra dose of fairy tale charm. It’s small, compact, and easily explored on foot.
More information about Tallinn Old Town:
Telliskivi Loomelinnak (Telliskivi Creative City) place where all fashion setters and artists are from. Discover the creative world of restaurants, lounges, art shops, street food places, wine bars, craft beer shops etc.
Kultuurikatel (Tallinn Creative Hub)
Arvo Pärdi Keskus (Arvo Pärt Centre) – World famous Arvo Pärt was the most performed living composer in 2018.
Tip for his music lovers:
Lennusadam ( Seaplane Harbor)
There are many fabulous restaurants and bars in Tallinn catering for every taste. In the very city centre we recommend Pegasus, rated as one of the best value for money quality restaurants in Tallinn Old Town.
For those who love the view we recommend NOA – Restaurant located by the sea
You’ll find more restaurants in Old Town and Telliskivi.