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if you like nice views,then this is a must see to add to your itinerary for Tallinn.Forget about the Tallinn TV Tower at 13 euros to enter,this costs only 3 and is the highest point to overlook the city found in the city centre.This means...More
Not for the ones afraid of heights. About 250 steps to go up and all circular. There is a rope on both sides to help with the climb up and down. Once up at the top you will be given the treat of being able...More
If interested in churches and cathedrals, this is worth visiting. First of all, it has the tallest church tower in North Europe. It's an impressive, huge, gothic building (its frontal part is newer but the gothic style is maintained). Albeit not well preserved, it has...More
My wife and I had a hotel room overlooking this magnificent vast church from our bedroom.We visited in March.As a lover of cathedrals I could not wait to visit it,in the early 13th century it had the highest spire in Northern Europe.All the churches in...More
Lovely old church, both from inside and outside. However, the best part for a heathen like me is the view from the church tower. LOTS of steps, both steep and uneven, but worth it for the views. Particularly in the winter (when the Town Hall...More
This was apparently the tallest building in the world in the 16th Century. It’s a 60m church tower with a 60m spire on top. The climb up the tower is inside the walls and up spiral staircases. Pretty cool and the view from the top...More