People planning a festive break in Europe can head to the Estonian capital from 29 November to 7 January 2010 to experience its Christmas market.
The event will be taking place for the eighth time since it was revived following the break-up of the Soviet Union.
More than 60 wooden stalls are set up on Town Hall Square in Tallinn, selling everything from clothing and hand-sewn quilts to wooden bowls and wickerwork.
There will also be plenty of hearty eastern European fare served up and entertainment provided by choirs, dance groups and musicians.
Younger visitors will be able to head to Santa Claus' grotto to meet the man himself.
Travellers can catch flights to Tallinn with several carriers, including easyJet, Air Baltic, Finnair and Czech Airlines.