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Where to stay in Tallinn close to the old quarter,

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    It's worth seeing the Old Town which will take a day at least and then you could cover the rest of the city with another day. There's the Kadriorg palace and the lovely park, great views from Pirita, but if you're into more out of the ordinary stuff, go and see Kopli area with the old soviet factory buildings. over 9 years ago

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    3 days is good. Dont forget to have nice and tasty meals and dinners in excellent restaurants all over old town area. about 9 years ago

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    Just see the old town and 3 hours is ok for that, nice place but small about 9 years ago

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    If you were only interested in the medieval walled city, one full day should be enough time, although I would not recommend it as a day trip from Helsinki. Even though Tallink has frequent services, it may just be too much if you count the round trip journey.

    Aside from the old town, I would definitely recommend Pirita, which is just a short 10-minute bus ride from the central bus station. There are a monastery ruin, various Soviet era memorials (such as Maarjamäe), as well as sites and remains of 1980 Moscow Olympics. I would also recommend various interests around Kadriorg Park, including the Kumu Museum, Tallinn Song Festival Grounds and Kadriorg Palace. over 7 years ago

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