brilliantly preserved and the history is very interesting, around all the changes the city has gone through
Some might resent paying €3 to explore a wall walkway for a little while, but going in the quiet season, my girlfriend and I had the place to ourselves; we loved the medieval architecture (including authentic circular hole-above-a-fatal-drop latrine!) and taking photos of the spires of Tallinn's skyline over the rooftops.
Makes a nice atmosphere. You meet it in several different ways at your walk - at daytime or in evening atmosphere - in the old town. In december some parts could unfortunately not be visited.
The medievil walls are very well preserved and certainly worth a look. There are some very good places to get a good view of the city and if you have time it is quite enjoyable to walk all the way around the walls, which does not actually take that long. As you go around you'll also come across a number... More
The wall is really impressive in size but also in how well preserved it is. You can even visit the top of the wall where the guards use to walk.
No trip to Tallinn is complete without a visit to the walls. Get some great views down into the streets or even as far as the harbour.
It was very useful to see all the places of interest from above. What I liked most there the plates with the information of the most important historical sights in Estonian and Eglish. I made pictures with the historical info about the sight, then made the picture of the sight itself. It will help me in the future when sharing... More
The wall itself is a nice throwback to ancient times, but if you walk along its length you will discover plenty of neat stuff to do. The archery was my favorite.
One of the best preserved medieval walls in Europe. Amazing to walk around and discover every small corner of the Old Town.
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