Estonian capital Tallinn will be a popular tourism destination this spring and summer thanks to the new flights that will be launched. This summer travelers can fly to this historic city dating back to the medieval times from 36 destinations in 21 countries. Today, Tallinn is a bustling, gleaming metropolis of over 430,000 people, geographically situated in the northern coast of Estonia, on the banks of the Gulf of Finland.
Estonian Air will commence seasonal flights to Vienna and Milan. AirBaltic will also start flights to Vienna and Berlin in the summer. Ryanair will restore its seasonal flights to Barcelona, Bremen, Dublin and Manchester and, this summer, Vueling will fly to Barcelona. The new Greek airline Aegean Airlines will start with flights to Athens this summer.
During the summer, AirBaltic will fly to Paris every day instead of the regular four times a week, and there are five daily flights to Riga. Turkish Airlines continues its vigorous expansion, and has seven flights from Tallinn to Istanbul instead of the regular four flights a week. Lufthansa will add a third flight to the daily Frankfurt route. LOT will fly from Tallinn to Warsaw eight times a week instead of six. Aeroflot added one additional flight to the Moscow route early in the year; therefore, there are now two daily flights to Moscow.
Tallinn is an ideal holiday destination if you want to combine the comforts of modern world, versatile nightlife and luxurious adventures with rich cultural scene in the local historical setting. Travelers enjoy Medieval Tallinn Old Town, one of the best preserved Hanseatic town centers in the world. It is just a short walk away from the city business center with modern towers, luxurious hotels, gourmet restaurants and shopping malls. Travelers can enjoy the cobblestone streets and houses dating back as far as to 11th century, visit few of the local galleries and museums, indulge in small cosy cafés or restaurants and buy travel memorabilia from summer or Christmas open air Hanseatic fairs.
And just a 5 minute walk from the medieval Old Town is the thriving business center of Tallinn: modern glass and steel skyscrapers, high-tech hotels and conference centers, hundreds of restaurants and bars, banks and shopping. Here is everything you would expect from a modern European capital, within an easy reach and for a friendlier price.