Tallinn, capital of Estonia, but also named the European Cultural Capital 2011.
The city is known for its medieval buildings, and all the historic center
A UNESCO above mentioned places. Tallinn has historically been known for its fine ports in addition to being a large market since the 900-number.
The first thing that strikes you when you arrive in Tallinn is the mighty St. Olia church from 1200-century. Church could at one time boast of having the world's tallest tower spire of 124 meters. The two kilometer long city wall with 21 defense towers have survived since the 1500s and surround Castle Domfjellet and old town .
To go along Katarina hallway , which binds Venetian streets and Muurivahe, is an experience when you mix masterful craftsmanship and middle-aged environment. The streets leading to the city's main square, Radhustorget or Raekoja plats. Other points of interest that are worth a visit is the magnificent baroque palace Kadriorg palace by Tsar peter the Great built for his wife Karain the beginning of 1700.
Christmas Market at Marienplatz, Munich
Christmas Market at Marienplatz in Munich started in the 1400s and is one of the oldest Christmas markets. Christmas Market at Marienplatz offers an incredible Christmas spirit and get adults to be kids again. Marienplatz in the heart of Munich. Cityhotels.no has many good hotels near the Christmas market on Marienplatz.
Travel to Tallinn
Lennart Meri Tallinn (TLL) Airport is just four miles from downtown. Ryanair flies from the largest cities in Norway.
Ferry traffic between Tallinn and Helsinki, Viking Line .
Ferry traffic between Stockholm-Tallinn, Silja Line .