Tallinn, the metropolis of Estonia, rests on the southern shore of the Gulf of Finland, about 70 km around 43 miles south of Helsinki. At the ancient and medieval center of the city is the slope of Toompea, coated in cobbled roads and packed with medieval houses and lanes. The lower town unfurls out from the base of the hill, still sheltered by the remains of a city wall. Encircling the city wall is a chain of well-kept green parks, excellent for walks. The Port of Tallinn is one of the largest cruise and passenger docks in the Baltics. Around 30 cruise lines dock on the port of Tallinn during the tourist period. Cruise ships are mostly lodged in the Old City Harbour, which is below a mile northeast of the Old Town. On a day trip to Tallinn for a couple of hours, you could take a stroll along Viru street, about a 10-15 min walk from Ferry Terminal or take a taxi to travel there and then wander the ancient city on foot. There are some prominent 'lookout' spots, where you could take in breathtaking sights of the rest of Old Town. Book holidays to Tallinn with Hotelslog and gain from our all-inclusive holidays which comprise of cheap flights, in-expensive accommodation and adjustable booking choices. We at Hotelslog are devoted to make sure that your holiday to Tallinn is a memorable one!