Tallinn, a city of 412,000 people, is the capital and largest city of Estonia. Located in the north of the country, on the southern shores of the Gulf of Finland, opposite Helsinki, Tallinn is most well known for its picturesque medieval Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site. For a “sneak preview” of Tallinn’s Old Town, check these navigable 360 degree panoramas.
For tourist information on Estonia, check VisitEstonia.com. For tourist information specifically on Tallinn, check VisitTallinn.ee. InYourPocket.Com’s unofficial Estonia and Tallinn pages (inyourpocket.com/estonia/, inyourpocket.com/estonia/tallinn/) can also be useful resources.
The Tallinn Tourist Information Center has two offices. One is located at Niguliste 2/Kullasepa 4 in the middle of the Old Town. March opening hours: Mon-Fri 9-17, Sat, Sun 10-15, Sun closed. The other is in Viru Center, open 9-21 daily.