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    tallinn
  • The capital of Estonia, a port on the Gulf of Finland; pop. 505,000
  • is served by an airport approximately 5 kilometres from the city centre.
  • a port city on the Gulf of Finland that is the capital and largest city of Estonia
    flight
  • a formation of aircraft in flight
  • shoot a bird in flight
  • an instance of traveling by air; "flying was still an exciting adventure for him"
  • Shoot (wildfowl) in flight
  • (in soccer, cricket, etc.) Deliver (a ball) with well-judged trajectory and pace
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DK Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guide: Tallinn (EYEWITNESS TRAVEL GUIDE)
DK Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guide: Tallinn (EYEWITNESS TRAVEL GUIDE)
DK Eyewitness Top 10: Tallinn will lead you straight to the best attractions this lovely, historic city has to offer. Whether you are looking for a great place to stay, or the best restaurant to sample Estonian dishes, lively nightlife spots or interesting architecture, this pocket-sized guide is your ideal companion.



Rely on dozens of Top 10 lists - from the Top 10 festivals and events to the Top 10 museums and galleries, and to save you time and money there is even a Top 10 list of things to avoid. DK Eyewitness Top 10: Tallinn is packed with beautiful photography and color illustrations providing the insider knowledge that ever visitor needs when exploring this fascinating city.



Each Top 10 guide now contains a pull-out map and guide that includes fold-out maps of city metro systems, useful phone numbers, and 60 great ideas on how to spend your day.



Your guide to the Top 10 best of everything in Tallinn.

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Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport
Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport
Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport is the largest airport in Estonia and home base of the national airline Estonian Air. Tallinn Airport is open to both domestic and international flights. It is located approximately 4 kilometers from the city center of Tallinn on the eastern shore of Lake Ulemiste. Renaming After the death of former president of Estonia Lennart Meri on March 14, 2006, journalist Argo Ideon from Eesti Ekspress proposed to honor the president's memory by naming Tallinn Airport after him - "Tallinna Lennart Meri Rahvusvaheline Lennujaam" (Lennart Meri International Airport), drawing parallels with JFK Airport, Charles de Gaulle Airport, etc. Ideon's article also mentioned the fact that Meri himself had shown concern for the condition of the then Soviet-era construction (in one memorable case Meri, having arrived from Japan, led the group of journalists that were expecting him, to the airport's toilets to do the interview there, in order to point out the shoddy condition of the facilities). The name change was discussed at a board meeting on March 29, 2006, and on the opening of the new terminal on 19 September 2008, Prime Minister Andrus Ansip officially announced the renaming would take place in March, 2009.
Automaton & Pig
Automaton & Pig
So we arrive at the Museum of Estonian Music in Tallinn while we were there in July 2005. We just want to learn about, and perhaps hear, some Estonian music. We’re asked if we want a “musical guide” while we’re going round and, thinking that we’d get a CD with a commentary linked to numbers on exhibits. After climbing the three flights of stairs (viewing some fantastic Estonian cabaret posters from the 1940’s on the way) we find that there’s a little old lady who showed us round the exhibits, invited us to play some of the grand piano’s and cranked up the musical boxes when requested. These included this thing, an automaton with a pig on its lap. While running, the waistcoat rose up and down to suggest breathing and the pig looked at its master, out to the viewer, that back to its master. Possibly strange and beautiful, possibly scary at hell.

flight to tallinn
flight to tallinn
Best of Tallinn (Globetrotter Best of Series)
"Globetrotter's The Best of Series" provides an attractive, handy pocket guide to popular destinations. The book features well-presented, to-the-point sections on the highlights of the city, places of interest, activities, accommodation, where to eat out, entertainment and excursions. It features travel tips, a general index and also a separate index for the places of interest. Each entry is cross referenced with the fold-out maps.The Highlights chapter features an introduction to each of the 20 featured highlights, information on location, contact details, opening hours, entry fees and tour details. The Sightseeing chapter features historic buildings, galleries and museums, parks and gardens, with contact details, opening hours, and entry fees for each featured site. The Activities chapter features sports, activities, suggested routes for walking tours and organized tours, while the Shopping chapter covers shops and markets. Accommodation includes listings by area and price category. Eating out covers the cuisine of the region, as well as listings of suggested venues by area and price. Entertainment includes nightlife, music, theatre, festivals, casinos, pubs and clubs, and spectator sports. Excursions include transport options, distance, contact details and highlights. A Travel Tips section handles everything from transport and money to personal safety and etiquette.

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