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Tallinn’s importance as a major centre of the Hanseatic League is still evident today in its exceptionally preserved medieval old town, named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. The architecture of the merchants’ houses, coupled with a variety of culture, museums & opulent churches, entertainment, great shops, restaurants & bars, means you can go back and forth in time as you explore this extraordinary town. Although Tallinn is enchanting in all seasons, winter is a particularly good time for a visit as the old town hosts the Christmas Market and Winter Festival, which are both held throughout December.
Tallinn Music Week is one of the biggest indoor music festivals in the Baltic and Nordic region. There are about 200 artist from Estonia and abroad to perform, representing various musical genres.28 Mar – 3 Apr 2016
The largest festival of small breweries in the Baltics where up to 30 breweries are expected to participate, offering around 200 excellent beers.1 – 2 Apr 2016
The three day fair is organized to introduce local, traditional handicraft and food. You can mainly find there different handmade goods and food by small local farms and producers.22 – 24 Apr 2016
Tallinn International Festival Jazzkaar is the biggest jazz music event in the Baltics. With enjoyable and unique programme, Jazzkaar brings some of the biggest and most interesting findings of the world’s jazz scene to Tallinn and Estonia.22 Apr – 1 May 2016
Once a year, Estonian museums and other heritage sites open their doors to visitors for late evenings and during this time the entrance will be free for everyone. Each year, the Night of Museums is also dedicated to a specific theme.14 May 2016
The traditional garden design festival takes place on the picturesque Towers’ square. You can enjoy beautiful works of both local and international landscape designers. This year’s theme is “Passions in the garden” and “Terrace flowers”.20 May – 26 Aug 2016
The SEB Maijooks is a spring sports event for women, which takes place at Tallinn's Song Festival Grounds. The event comprises a 7 km timed race, an untimed race and a walking/Nordic walking event.21 May 2016
The main venue of this traditional festival is the Old Town of Tallinn. The courtyards, squares, streets and coffee shops will fill with music, art and theatre, and they become the venues for other fun activities.1 – 5 Jun 2016
The Tallinn Chamber Music Festival is a huge classical music event held in the historical halls and churches of the Old Town of Tallinn. The festival features world-class Estonian and international musicians.1 – 11 Jun 2016
Treff is an interdisciplinary festival that celebrates all performing art forms. The programme includes dance, drama, puppet theatre performances and takes place in old town. Festival is free of charge for everyone.2 – 5 Jun 2016
Tallinn Guitar Festival has become a traditional and much-loved event for lovers of guitar music. The festival offers guitar music of all styles, performed by various musicians.13 – 18 Jun 2016
The heart of the city’s Medieval Days takes place on the Town Hall Square where a medieval marketplace of the Golden Era of the Hanseatic League, filled with traders and artisans, is revived.7 – 10 Jul 2016
The Tallinn Maritime Days festival is the biggest sea themed family event in Estonia. The festival combines events related to the sea and harbour. This year’s festival is all about Vikings!15 – 17 Jul 2016
Birgitta Festival is one of the highlights of the summer's cultural calendar. The festival combines the dark charm of the medieval St Bridget’s Convent Ruins in Tallinn with the latest in modern musical theatre in all its variety and richness.11 – 21 Aug 2016
The Night of Ancient Bonfires is an ancient heart-warming tradition brought back to life. According to the tradition bonfires were be lit at sunset on the seashore to guide the far away sailing sailors back home. Many museums celebrate tradition with bonfires and concerts.27 Aug 2016
As with other international marathons, the route of the marathon will pass through the Old Town and the modern city centre, taking the runners through many of Tallinn’s famous sights. The event includes a marathon, half marathon and 10 km race.11 Sep 2016
Light Walks in Kadriorg is a festival in Kadriorg Park to celebrate the end of summer and beginning of autumn. Thousands of candles and lights are lit all over the park and festival is celebrated with a programme of concerts.15 Sep 2016
2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers match, Estonia – RussiaA. Le Coq Arena7 Oct 2016
2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers match, Estonia – GreeceA. Le Coq Arena10 Oct 2016
Tallinn Restaurant Week declares the first week of November as the week to celebrate good food and good restaurants. You are welcome to enjoy the best of Tallinn`s cuisine!1 – 7 Nov 2016
The Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival introduces world cinema to the Estonian audience. The festival consists of the main programme, three sub-festivals, and film and co-production markets.11 – 27 Nov 2016
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