SAS, the largest airline company in Scandinavia, offers daily international flights to Tallinn from many destinations in Scandinavia with our partner Estonian Air and with connections from Europe, the US and Asia. Our city guide will help you find out what's up and the best tips from SAS crew and passengers.
Our city guide will help you to find out what's up and what the best tips are from SAS crew and passengers. Many tourists are drawn to Tallinn solely because of its beautiful churches, cobbled streets and ring-wall. But now the old Hanseatic city is ready to reveal another side. People from all over Europe come here to shop and enjoy this pleasant spa town.
What's up in Tallinn
Navitrolla gallery features works verging on humorous nature surrealism.
Bocca's medieval shell is tastefully filled with fashionable minimalist décor and good food.
Oleviste church tower
The 406-ft. (124-meter) steeple still dwarfs most of Tallinn's buildings and remains an important symbol of the town.
How does a detoxifying honey massage and energizing pearl bath sound to you? I could book an anti-stress 3-day package every week. /Sandra, flight attendant
Start with the Kalev Chocolate Museum at Pikk 16, although absolutely tiny, it doubles as a charming cafe. See a marzipan exhibition and Georg Stude's museum room that is free of charge. Go around the corner to Pikk 30 to Anneli Viik's Chocolate studio for the state of art handmade chocolates. Mouth-watering! /Gunnar
A medieval restaurant with background music (from the 15th century or earlier), candlelight, heavy wooden benches draped with boar skins. The menu recently included nobleman's smoked fillet mignon, wild boar with nuts and sauerkraut, herb-juniper cheese, and bear. For dessert, try the apple and honey under a crispy bread coat and soaked in almond milk. Overall, the quality of the food is good. The service is exemplary and good-humored. /Maarika