Area & Location: Lies on the north coast of Estonia to the Baltic Sea, Tallinn is situated 80 km south of Helsinki. The city is located at 59º26' Latitude North and 24º45' Longitude East. It occupies a total area of 159.2 sq. km bordered by Finland, Russia and Latvia.
Tourist Attractions: As the city has become a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is often a tourist destination.
Hotels: Tallinn Hotels provide fantastic reception to its customers. Mainly aimed at tourists, the hotels offer all modern amenities, tasty dishes and comfortable accommodation to its guests. Vana Wiru, Merchant's House Hotel, Schloessle Hotel, Radisson SAS Tallinn, L'Ermitage Hotel, Meriton Grand Hotel Tallinn and Old Town Maestro's are the famous hotels in the city.
Places of Attraction: Majority of the attractions in the city can be found in Lower Town and Toompea. The Russian Orthodox Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and Lutheran Cathedral are the two main pilgrim centers in the city. Estonian Open Air Museum showcases many rural and cultural artifacts of the ancient city. Raekoja plats, the town walls and towers especially "Fat Margaret" and "Kiek in de Kok" and St Olaf church tower are the main landmarks of Lower Town. Kadriorg-the former palace of Peter the Great, Pirita- a coastal district, Botanic Gardens and the Tallinn television tower are the other symbols of the city.