Tallinn is the Estonian capital and primary cultural hub that has deep Scandinavian and Teutonic roots as well as a tumultuous albeit fascinating history of being under the rule of the Soviet Union.
Its Old Town is designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site because of its well-preserved medieval age architecture. There, you’ll find formidable defense walls, Gothic architecture like St. Olaf’s Church, Tallinn Zoo, the Estonian Open Air Museum, and Toompea Castle. Exploring it will allow you to get acquainted with its history, culture, and folklore. The modern areas also have sights to behold because you'll find buildings housing some of the most esteem tech companies in the world.