Tallinn is a magical place to be, especially during the winter. Snowy and sparkling in lights, the Medieval Old Town is like a fairytale come to life.
Even when the days are shorter, nights are longer and so much colder there are still so many things to do. During this time we want to share some suggestions on spending your winter vacation in Tallinn! We will be sharing TallinnHotels weekly tips in December and January so make sure to book your room now!
- Visit Tallinn Christmas Market in the Town Hall Square. The market delights everyone with it’s coziness, historical location, half a century old buildings and long traditions. You can enjoy the cultural program held at the market every day, buy local handicrafts and festive foods.
- After you have had some fun at the Christmas Market it’s time for some more fun. During the coldest season you can find the Harju street ice-skating rink just 2 minutes aways from the market. The rink is beautifully lighted so we recommend going in the evening. The rink is opened from 10AM to 10PM.
- If you wish to have a magnificent start to your day we recommend starting it at the Kohtuotsa Platform and seeing the most beautiful and saturated sunrise over the Old Town. In the winter, the sun doesn’t rise until 8:30 am in Tallinn so you don’t have to wake up at a ridiculous time and even have a moment to enjoy an amazing breakfast at the hotel.