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Tallinn ranked among the best cities in Europe for a weekend getaway

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Buonce analyzed 50 European cities and ranked the best weekend travel destinations. The Estonian capital also made it to the top ten.

During the study, experts assessed factors such as entertainment opportunities, the availability of parks and recreation areas, the number of restaurants, bars and clubs, the average annual temperature and the likelihood of rainfall.

All three top places were taken by Spanish cities: Palma de Mallorca, Seville and Valencia. As Buonce service specialists found out, there is the most entertainment here, excellent restaurants, incendiary clubs and, of course, gorgeous weather.

Tallinn took 10th place in the ranking, surpassing even Rome (13th place) and Vienna (15th place). Riga – 25th place, Stockholm – 37th, Helsinki – 43rd. Vilnius is not included in the ranking at all.

TOP 10 best cities for a weekend trip:

1. Palma de Mallorca, Spain

2. Seville, Spain

3. Valencia, Spain

4. Prague, Czech Republic

5. Venice, Italy

6. Florence, Italy

7. Edinburgh, Scotland

8. Amsterdam, Netherlands

9. Krakow, Poland

10. Tallinn, Estonia

A new hotel is about to open in Tallinn: chic rooms, Japanese-Peruvian cuisine and a cozy spa center await visitors

On May 1, the Estonian company HMP Hotels OÜ will open the first Radisson Collection hotel in the Baltic States in Tallinn. A distinctive feature of the hotel will be rooms designed by the best Estonian designers, a spa complex, a 1000 square meter conference center and two new top restaurants – MEKK and ISSEI.

Located on Rävala boulevard and formerly known as the Radisson Blu Sky, the hotel has undergone a thorough renovation over the past year, earning it a 5-star rating.

According to the chairman of the board of Radisson Collection Tallinn, Ain Käpa, the opening of the hotel on Rävala boulevard is a big compliment to Estonia and Tallinn. “The fact that one of the world’s largest hotel chains has given permission to open its best brand in Estonia after a pandemic that has affected the entire tourism world is a great recognition,” said Koepp.

“One of the principles of the Radisson hotel chain is to remain true to the place where the hotel is located as much as possible. That is, when opening a new hotel, we introduce the local culture and design language. The entire hotel is designed in a typical Estonian style,” Koepp explained.

The hotel features 287 rooms, including 19 suites, including the Presidential Suite, Premium Suite and 3 unique suites with fitness equipment. All rooms offer a beautiful view of Tallinn. On the fourth floor of the hotel there is a spacious gym and SPA center with 3 saunas (Finnish sauna, steam bath and sanarium), Japanese bath and swimming pool.

On the 24th floor is the restaurant and bar ISSEI with a panoramic view. The restaurant serves Japanese-Peruvian cuisine. You can get acquainted with the local food culture in the famous Estonian restaurant MEKK on the first floor of the hotel, where chef Rene Uusmees will offer guests the best of modern Estonian cuisine.

The Radisson Collection brand includes 28 hotels located around the world. Now one of them will be waiting for guests in Tallinn.

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