why choose a Tallinn stag do?
Tallinn is a stunning mix of terrific activities, first rate nightlife and an electric atmosphere. The setting of the city is striking and wherever you are in the city there’s something to see - both the Upper Town and Lower Town have major attractions and picture-worthy views. The activities are also top quality, with first rate snowmobiling, target shooting and paintballing among many others. Tallinn has an exceptional nightlife scene as well, with cool bars and gritty pubs alongside huge clubs and an excellent bar crawl.
Among the attractions is St Catherine’s Passage - a narrow walkway in the medieval Old Town, Freedom Square - a favourite public gathering spot, Rotermann Quarter - a bustling commercial centre and the Cathedral of Saint Mary the Virgin.
Between sightseeing and exploring there’s a host of top activities to pack into the ultimate Tallinn stag weekend. Highly recommended is the target shooting where you’ll get to handle a whole host of guns. After that you and the boys can hit the track with go karting to get the adrenaline pumping. After your busy stag day it’s time to head back to your hotel and get your jazz shoes on for your big Tallinn stag night.
Begin your stag night with a medieval banquet - step back in history and try some excellent food served to you by the finest wenches in the land. Once you’ve all stocked up on carbs we’ll sort you out with entry to the best lap dancing club in the city. To top off your night we’ll arrange queue jump and guestlist entry for you at one of the best clubs in Tallinn.
when to go to Tallinn
In terms of annual events, in January there’s the Fire and Ice Festival, then in April there’s Tallinn Music Week, which makes the most of local musicians with live acts. June sees Tallinn Guitar Festival take to the streets and then in August the Dance Festival is well worth a visit. In October they celebrate the Golden Mask Festival and then in December there’s a huge, popular Christmas market.
Tallinn's picture postcard perfect!
A former Soviet occupied territory, Estonia now enjoys its freedom as a recently joined member of the EU. With a tiny population of approximately 1.5 million (Tallinn accounts for 400,000), Estonia punches well above its weight and presents its visitors with an extremely attractive environment. Tourism is a key consideration, particularly for Tallinn who are frequented most often by Finns, other Scandinavians, Europeans and an increasing number of Brits.
The appeal of Tallinn is multi-dimensional, whatever your short break requirements there is something in the Estonian capital and its environs for you, from the architectural aesthetic, cultural experiences, the summer beaches, the winter Christmas Market, to award winning hospitality and to arguably the most beautiful women to have walked the earth.
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