Tallinn Old Town
Tallinn's Old Town was built up between the 13th and 16th centuries, when the port of Tallinn was a member of the Hanseatic trade league. Its collection of churches, courtyards and gabled houses rank among the most popular attractions in Tallinn. Many of the buildings date back to the 14th century and are surrounded by a city wal, which is still intact in many places and guard towers that give it a fairy-tale look.
Today, the Old Town combines historic buildings and medieval markets with WiFi and stylish cafes. You can seek out locally made textiles, earthenware and glassware from the markets on Muurivahe Street and the workshops in St. Catherine's Passage.
Buildings such as the Cathedral of Saint Mary the Virgin and the Raekoda Town Hall showcase both the city's past and the wonderful architecture it produced. Visitors will also be able to enjoy the many bars, clubs and restaurants tucked away in Tallinn Old Town.
Staying at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Tallinn
With its top-quality accommodation, great restaurants and fully equipped fitness centre, the Radisson Blu Hotel, Tallinn is the place stay while visiting the Old Town. The hotel offers Tallinn accommodation just a 8-minute walk from the Old City, perfect for casual sightseeing and shopping.