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  • Tallinn International Horse Show combines top level equestrian sports, live music and genuine experience of the horse world. The horse festival annually brings together over 120 top athletes and around 200 horses from 10 to 14 different countries. More than 150 volunteers and over 12 000 spectators aid in preparation and efficient functioning of the event. ...
  • Escape games have lately been gaining a lot of popularity all over the world, including Estonia. In the centre of Tallinn, at Lootsi str. 8, there is an Escape Room that offers four exciting escape games for teams of 2-6 members. All games are in English, so guests from afar are also welcome.
  • Restaurant Maikrahv welcomes you to spend the last night of the year together with wonderful live music, romantic atmosphere and generously delicious New Year´s Feast. Feast has been put together by our chef de cuisine Indrek Käen and it includes wide selection of delicacies from Estonian traditional kitchen.   Dinner starts at 19:00 and will be accompanied t...
  • Meeme Luik , a member of the management board of Summukas , talks about the helicopter flights.
  • Chef de Cuisine of  the Olde Hansa Restaurant, a Belgian Emmanuel Wille, found himself in Tallinn 20 years ago after accidentally coming across a job advertisement in a local paper. Eventually, he stayed there for good. He married a Russian girl, learned Estonian, and uses English to communicate with his family. He works at the most famous restaurant situated in the O...
  • Legendary Estonian goalkeeper Mart Poom (43) retired more than 5 years ago; however, he is still lean-bodied, in good shape, and is an example of a man who lives a healthy lifestyle.
  • Rotermann first appeared on the city map in 1829  when industrialist Christian Abraham Rotermann established the first trade market, and then a complex of factories next to the Old Town. The next generation of entrepreneurs expanded the enterprise as the area became a centre of technical progress and manufacturing in the region. At its peak, Rotermann had a metal w...
  • For tourists visiting Tallinn, all roads initially lead to the Old Town. With its picturesque towers and streets, cafes, restaurants and souvenir and handicraft shops, the old quarter is the pride of the city, an open storybook where every page comes to life. Ramparts where knights once kept watch over the city, fascinating courtyards, legends of ghosts and narrow street...
  • The Tallinn Chamber Music Festival, which began in 2005, is a major classical music event in Estonia, giving audiences the chance to enjoy and take pride in the country’s most outstanding musicians alongside many guests. This year, the festival celebrates its 10th jubilee with a series of concerts at various interesting Tallinn venues such as Köismäe Tower, Nigulis...
  • After a successful testing a unique air ride Balloon Tallinn will be opened to public on Friday, 20th of June. A spectacular panoramic view over the Old Town, city center, park Kadriorg and the sea opens from the gondola of the gigantic helium filled balloon opening in harbor cruise terminal.
  • Initiated by the local community, the Lake Võrtsjärve Fish and Crafts Fair brings together enthusiasts from all over Estonia. On 7 June 2014 from 10 am to 5 pm, the 4th Lake Võrtsjärve Fish and Crafts Fair will be held on the premises of the Võrtsjärve Lake Visitor Centre in the Jõesuu recreation area located 40 km outside Tartu on the road from Tartu to Viljan...
  • International Christmas Bazaar on Sunday 24 November 2013, from 11.00-16.00hrs, at the Radisson BLU Hotel on Rävala
  • A Dutch lifestyle and travel blog Yourlittleblackbook.me has put together a guide to Tallinn , which showcases to its readers the city's cool cafés, restaurants and shops, and highlights the preferences of both locals and tourists. The focus of the guide is the city centre and the Kalamaja area. The English and Dutch language blog has 17,000 unique visitors each month. ...
  • Flavours of Estonia has again announced the annual TOP 50 Estonian restaurants. 
  • As of June the newly opened Pirita Adventure Park in Tallinn welcomes all active climbers. 


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