Organizers from Kalev Yacht Club and the Offshore Racing Congress (ORC) are pleased to announce the opening of entries to the ORC World Championship 2021 to be held over 6-14 August 2021 in the UNESCO World Heritage city of Tallinn, Estonia.
Estonia is on its way to becoming the most-developed digital country in the world and, therefore, a good destination for start-ups that want to operate online. When thinking of Estonia, it might come to your mind that it’s close to Russia, has a medieval capital city that is also a UNESCO world heritage, or that it is one of the least densely populated countries in Europe.
The Estonian capital Tallinn is often famed for its picturesque surroundings and Baltic charm, with towering onion domes overlooking terracotta roofs and nearby forests. Tallinners take a great sense of pride in their city, and with good reason. But the city isn’t just famous for its good looks. The walls of these fairytale-like buildings have centuries worth of stories to tell.
Don and Heidi have just returned from a cruise to the Baltic Capitals and have put together their list of the Top Things to Do in Tallinn, Estonia on a Cruise.
This gorgeous northern European city has many charms, not least its well-preserved old city walls. Here’s a look in, around, and surprisingly, under them.
The city of Tallinn is so picturesque it wouldn’t be out of place in a Disney film. Here are all the best things to do in the lesser-known Russian region…
Are you planning to spend one, two or three days in Tallinn? Follow Visit Tallinn’s top recommendations to make the most out of your visit. Visit Tallinn also has some extra tips if you plan to stay longer in Tallinn and Estonia.