The Old Town of Tallinn is very well protected and worthy of being a world cultural heritage. It is definitely worth a day of strolling. It has Soviet Russian style and its own Baltic characteristics. The city gate is especially old. There is McDonald's next to it to cool off in the hot summer.
The ancient city gate of Estonia, the ancient city is actually not big, but the ruins of the city gate are still better preserved. The weather happened to be good, and the photos were also very nice. Near the gate, there are shops selling flowers, postcards, souvenirs, etc. There are also shops for eating.
I didn't know about this attraction until the night before I left Tallinn, so I went to take pictures specially. There are small markets on both sides of here, and there are shops for buying flowers. The flowers are very beautiful, and some photos were taken. There was a city wall nearby, so I left.
Sets the character of Tallinn. You can see how, in the past, Talinn could have been the blueprint for fairytale castles.
Remains of the Middle Ages, like two huge barns. Now the door is full of bars and restaurants, as well as a number of small vendors, which is very popular.
Enter the iconic building of Tallinn, very distinctive.