As the capital of Estonia, Tallinn was also the European Capital of Culture in 2011. The medieval old town is surrounded by a city wall and divided into upper and lower town. The upper town stands on the cathedral hill, which is made of limestone. Here you will find the ruins of Tallinn Castle, built by Danes in the 13th century was built. In the immediate vicinity are a castle, Tallinn Cathedral and a Russian Orthodox cathedral called Alexander Nevsky. The town hall square in the lower town shows magnificent houses of the 13. and Fourteenth century.
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Timetable, Prices & Availability
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Ferry connections from & to Tallinn
Here you see an overview of all ferry routes which currently call at the port of Tallinn:
- Ferry Helsinki – Tallinn
- Mariehamn – Tallinn ferry
- Ferry Saint Petersburg – Tallinn
- Ferry Stockholm – Tallinn
- Tallinn – Helsinki ferry
- Tallinn – Mariehamn ferry
- Tallinn – Stockholm ferry