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Pärnu, around two hours south of Tallinn, is known as Estonia’s ‘summer capital’ and it’s easy to see why. On the southern side of Pärnu rannapark is a stunning, mile long beach overlooking the bay.
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Unlike many other European cities where the old town is part of day-to-day life of the people who live there, Tallinn’s old town gives the impression of being quite separated from the ‘real’ city. It’s a walled-off area where the tourists visit, distinct from the places where people live and work. However, it is one of the nicest old towns I’ve visited and has a fascinating history. Continue reading “Tallinn, Estonia”