What to do in Estonia? Business trip.

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  • InLoveWithBusiness
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    Hi, everyone!
    I’m a businessman from Norway. This year I have 10 trips planned. My first one is in Estonia. The thing is, this time I will have two free days and I decided to explore Estonia a bit. Maybe you know some beautiful places in the town I should see? 🙂 I’m thinking of getting one of these tours: https://baltictours.com/info/tours-in-estonia/ . What do you think? Really need your advice guys, because I have no time for looking for the info on the net. Thanks. P.S. You can also leave the best restaurants names or links. Thanks once again.


    RaveAroundTheWorld
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    I m only familiar with Tallinn but can suggest Rataskaevu 16 to eat (make a reservation well in advance – they are always full). Otherwise the park there (Kadriog) is fantastic if the weather allows for a walk. Parts of the old town are quaint…other parts touristy.

    -Rave


    Charles-P
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    The Tallinn maritime museum is well worth a visit


    capetonianm
    Participant

    Haven’t been to Tallinn for a long time so can’t give you any specifics but it is beautiful and there is a lot of culture. I remember going to a chamber music concert in one of the halls, also if you like architecture that Baltic style is very special. Food is good too, and the old town with its spires and alleyways is lovely. Oh, and the girls …….


    TominScotland
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    Tallinn is great but can be very crowded at weekends. Maybe get out of town for a trip – I go to Parnu along the coast every year for a week. If you are there in the summer, it is lovely then but less so in the dark winter – good restaurants, wonderful spas. Parnu is 90 minutes by express bus from Tallinn.

    When in Estonia, always praise Skype – an Estonian invented it and it is a matter of massive national pride!!


    canucklad
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    Although not as beautiful as Vilnius, Tallinn is certainly worth a visit.
    It’s a must to sample “reindeer soup” from one of the street vendors.
    And if that gets your taste buds wanting something more beefy, try the Oliver steakhouse, brilliant steak, reasonably priced too.
    As in Vilnius, seek out the KGB museum. If its like the ones I’ve visited elsewhere, its very though provoking.
    Would also recommend staying at the Europa, as its got a casino attached to it, and again is quite good value.

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