Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, is a different and interesting place with its beautiful architecture that depicts old European style. Its streets, orange-colored roofs, churches and hills collectively make it a place that is worth visiting. The city was mostly safe in the Second World War and is still present in the same old layout. The buildings are old and weak now, but still present a wonderful view.
The city has a beach that adds to its beauty and charm. It has been a place for the elite in the past. Peter, the Great, from Russia, got his sophisticated palace built in the city; the palace is still there with its full glory. It is surrounded by beautiful gardens and gives an impression of the Imperial Russia.
The city is full of mysteries. It has a network of underground tunnels and there are remains of an ancient city that is visible beneath the streets. The details and history of the ruins is unknown. The people who might know about the history were either killed during the Second World War or moved to other places in the war time and never returned, so the city still remains a mystery.
The city has a transport system primarily based on roads. Trains are not common and therefore people travel very rarely from one city to the other in Estonia. Very few international flights land in the city per day. Travelling by a ferry through Baltic Sea is more commonly used mode of transport by the visitors from Helsinki, Finland. The accommodation is also quite reasonable as compared to other European cities.