A winter’s shatter in the Estonian capital discloses snowy scenery, a Christmas market and little home wares stores for picking up one-off presents.

Tallinn in the snowfall is a wonder to behold. The Estonian capital’s magnificently preserved medieval Old Town shimmers at this time of the year, especially the village auditorium Square , which hosts the city’s Christmas Market. The custom of having a Christmas tree in the square designated days as far back as 1441, while the market is a somewhat new occurrence. Yuletide trinkets and nourishment can be acquired at around 50 stalls.

Tallinn lies on the Baltic Sea on the identical latitude as Stockholm and St Petersburg. Finland’s capital, Helsinki, is 80km north.

Toompea (“Dome Hill”), was once inhabited by the city’s aristocracy. It is not only dwelling to many of the city’s most significant structures (including the Estonian Parliament), but furthermore has the best outlooks of the city. From Kohtuotsa Vaateplats , a small examining area accessible via Kohtu road, you can look across the red-roofed vintage village in the direction of the dock, Kadriorg Park and out into the Estonian countryside.

In  preChristmas period decorated Old city is in  large scale of pubs, restaurants or inns  where you can feel coming winter fest mood tasting national dishes and beverages. All around the Toompea winter fair is on a move with smart attractions to everybody who joins to all this festival. Let’s visit Tallinn to feel these kind attractions!