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Newsletter • June-July 2019

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Restaurants, cafés and bars with summer terraces

Summer has arrived! Follow our tips for the most unique al fresco dining experiences in the city, from the Old Town's secret gardens and the centre's sleek rooftops to the serene food havens of the seaside.

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Tallinn 800 - first recorded mention of the city

In 2019, Tallinn celebrates the 800th anniversary of its first recorded mention with many new exhibitions, family events, and thematic tours. Come and immerse yourself in the era of knights, crusaders, and forts!

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Tallinn on Victory Day and St. John's Day

In Estonia, the Midsummer festivities on June 23 and 24 are as popular as Christmas, and probably just as important. Read Tallinn Card's tips on what museums and attractions to visit on these public holidays.

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Top events in July and August

The summer months fill the Estonian capital with an impressive array of outdoor events: the Song and Dance Celebration, Tallinn Medieval Days, Tallinn Maritime Days, Birgitta Festival, and much more.

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Tallinn Card: what to visit?

Tallinn Card, the city's all-in-one sightseeing card, has compiled a list of top six things to do in Tallinn in December.     

Tallinn Convention Bureau news

New partners on Visit Tallinn’s Meeting Planner

Organise your meeting at Rotermann quarter or next to the airport, and book transportation with an experienced service provider.

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News from our partners

The tower of the St. Olav's church is closed for renovations from July 15, 2019. Read more
Tallinn Card on sale at the Cruise Port's Information Centre Read more
The Seaplane Harbour's audio tour is now available in ten languages, including English. Read more
airBaltic's new direct flights to Tallinn: from Malaga, Copenhagen, and Brussels. Read more

Stories about Tallinn

Sooloiluja: Vegan Tallinn is delicious
Lonely Planet: Where to eat in Estonia's capital
The Hollywood Reporter introduces: Estonia
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Did you know that …

... Tallinn was the first place to have a public Christmas tree in Europe? The first festive tree was erected on the Town Hall Square almost 580 years ago. 

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