Laid back and serving varenyky dumplings, pumpkin and pasta with an extensive veggie menu, it’ll tick a big foodie box.I went for the traditional varenyky dumplings (to share), a tuna bake (hungry) and a porky risotto (above, delicious).
So once you’ve disembarked in Tallinn’s port, head straight for the Old Town.
We went on a tour around the KGB Building and I was enlightened as to how much they spied on anyone passing through – it was kind of scary really.
Microphones in the cutlery, cameras in pin holes in the wall and booby traps all around the hotel. Wander around near the Old Town and you’ll also see the Great Coastal Gate, Fat Margaret’s Tower and the impressive Aleksander Nevsky Cathedral.
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Estonia is known among some as ‘Europe’s answer to Silicon Valley’ – their economy is one of the fastest growing on the continent.