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Archive for June, 2012


Tallinn Studio Apartments

Many tourists coming to Tallinn don’t realise just what amazing accommodation you can stay in or the fact that that a fully equipped studio apartment in Tallinn can be better value than staying in a Tallinn hotel. Our luxurious 1 bedroom apartments in are situated in the heart of Tallinn’s historical center and with interior design by the leading British designer Peter Sampson, you will be enjoying a large living space with open plan kitchen, in a beautiful historic building finished to a very high standard. These Tallinn old town studio apartments are the prefect choice for your Tallinn break or longer stay.

Serviced Tallinn Studio Apartments

Apartment facilities – Fully equipped kitchen, washing machine, wireless internet, cable TV, iron & ironing board, bed linen & towels, under floor heating in bathrooms, toiletries.

Apartment layout – Bedroom, living room, guest WC, bathroom, open plan kitchen. BEDROOM: Double bed, wardrobe, 2 bed side tables LIVING ROOM: dining table, 4 chairs, sofa bed, arm chair, TV, cabinet, coffee table BATHROOM: under floor heating, bath, toilet, sink, washing machine KITCHEN: Cookware, crockery & cutlery x4, kettle, fridge/freezer, electric hob.

Extra Touches – Bed linen & Towels refreshed weekly. Maid service at additional fee. Also see our Tallinn what to do section, to help you enjoy your Tallinn travel.

If you have any questions before you book just contact:
UK: +44 (0)207 834 1442
Tallinn: +372 509 0010

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Port of Tallinn

Tallinn is a well connected port town with several ways to access it from the sea. The Tallinn-Helsinki sea-line is one of the busiest international passenger routes in the world. Ferries cross the Gulf of Finland between Tallinn and Helsinki several times a day, covering the distance in roughly 2 to 3 hours. From late spring to late autumn, high-speed vessels also operate on the route, reducing travel time to just an hour and a half.

Ferries between Tallinn and Stockholm depart every evening, with the trip taking approximately 15 hours.

In the summer you can cross the Baltic sea from as far afield as Stockholm and St. Petersburg, and Rostock. Travellers from Helsinki have the most options, with all types of ferries and catamarans crossing the Gulf of Finland everyday. Hydrofoils complete the journey in just 1.5 hours, although they are pricier and more susceptible to bad weather. The passenger port (Reisisadam) has a tourist information point and is within walking distance of the Old Town, which is very handy when you are stay at Pikk 49, Apartment Accommodation Tallinn!

Map of Tallinn Harbour - Port of Tallinn

Passenger information at the harbour:
ph. +3726318550
Tallinna Sadam (Port of Tallinn)
Passenger ship schedule

Accessing Tallinn by ferry is a very different way to get your first impressions of the city and see things from a unique angle. If you have the option then we would definitely recommend coming to Tallinn by ferry.

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For all the latest about everything to do with Tallinn accommodation take a look at our new Facebook page. As well as regular updates from everything happening in and around Tallinn, it has some great photos from inside our Pikk 49 accommodation. There are a few albums, one of which showcases some of the serviced apartments you could stay in during your visit to Tallinn. We have added some other great new features to our business Facebook page, including the following tabs that you can click for more information:

Tallinn Accommodation Facebook

1. A summary page to read about Apartment Accommodation Tallinn, with links through various pages on our website.
2. A special section offering discounts on your Tallinn accommodation
3. A signup form to receive our ‘Tips on Tallinn’ newsletter for free!

There are also direct feeds into our Facebook page from our other social media formats, including our Tallinn Breaks Twitter feeds, photos from our Tallinn Apartments Flickr account and videos from our Tallinn Accommodation Youtube Channel.

If you want to know about Tallinn accommodation and the city in general then this is a great source of information gathered from all corners of the social media world!

Enjoy your stay in Tallinn.

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When it comes to sightseeing, Tallinn in Estonia has a whole lot to offer its tourists. Activities available to you during your holiday in Tallinn are as varied as a sunset tour of the Tallinn coast, kayaking in the bay of Tallinn, through to a ‘green’ bike tour and even the chance to go on a free tour of Tallinn!

There is so much to do and see during your Tallinn break that we have compiled a list of the Top 5 Things To Do in Tallinn:

1. Art Tour of Tallinn
Tallinn Art Tour
History, exquisite art and beautiful scenery are all on the agenda during this tour of Tallinn’s famed park and museum district. The tour covers the all area’s attractions including the 290-year-old park itself, the stunning Kadriorg Palace built by Peter the Great, and the nation’s premiere art museum, Kumu. The Art Tour of Tallinn.

2. Ice road – the real Nordic experience

Tallinn Ice Road Trip

Tallinn Ice Road Trip

For the once-in-a-lifetime experience of crossing the sea by car, join the Ice-Road tour!

Almost every January and February, parts of the Baltic Sea completely freeze over, allowing authorities open official ice roads between the mainland and western Estonian islands. This day trip takes you by car over the ice to one of the most beautiful of these islands, Hiiumaa. There you’ll get to see the island in the depths of its beautiful winter slumber, a time when it’s admired by all true nature lovers.

Tours are organised from Monday to Friday, when ice-road is officially open (January, February). Tour is in English, starts 9 a.m. and takes about 8 hours. The trip includes: guide service, transport from your hotel to Western Estonia, coffe-break in the city of Haapsalu, driving iceroad by car or bus from mainland to the island of Hiiumaa and back, lunch.

3. The official Tallinn Sightseeing Tour
A 2.5-hour guided bus and walking tour is an excellent way for first-time visitors to get to know Tallinn. Picking up at the passenger port and major hotels, the trip takes visitors through the most interesting sections of the city, past the Kadriorg Park and the Song Festival Grounds to the Pirita district, all the while providing running commentary on Estonian history and contemporary life.

This action packed tour certainly gets you thinking what other things you can do in Tallinn, as you are whisked around both by bus and later by foot…

The walking portion of the tour covers Old Town, proceeding across Toompea Hill, stopping at the Parliament Building, Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, the Dome Church and the scenic viewpoint. It then leads to the narrow, winding streets of the Lower Town, finally ending up on Town Hall Square. Interesting historical tidbits about the town’s development make the tour all the more worthwhile.

4. Sunset tour of Tallinn coast
Tallinn Sunset Tour

Experience Tallinn in a completely different way by travelling along its fabulous coastline on the sunset tour of the Tallinn coastline!

A 15km drive north of Tallinn’s city centre takes you to the Viimsi peninsula, an area highly valued by nature lovers and a worthy destination for those interested in the lives of ancient coastal dwellers. From this side of the bay you’ll get spectacular, picture-postcard views of the Old Town skyline at sunset. You even get lunch served at a seaside restaurant renowned for its architecture and fish dishes.

Certainly one of the most unique things to do in Tallinn and well worth the effort.

5. Tallinn Free Tour
Tallinn Free Tour

This one has to make the top 5 things to do in Tallinn because it is free! A great way for everyone, no matter what their budget is, to fully discover this wonderful city. As a youth project the Tallinn Free Tour operates for tips only. This walking tour, guided buy local young students, is an alternative to normal sightseeing trips and is made specially for true travelers. In addition to the legends and true stories from medieval times to nowdays you can get brief overview on what to do and where to party at night.

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