Taking the local bus to Rocca Al Mare, which means cliff beside the sea. Inspect farmhouses, churches and even windmills brought together from all over Estonia. Do not leave before enjoying the local pea soup followed by spicy mashed potatoes.
There is plenty to keep visitors occupied, from visiting Tallinn's many museums and churches to flexing your credit cards in the sparkling new designer shops of the centre. Any walking tour should include the 14th-century Gothic Town Hall, the pink Parliament Building, Nevsky Cathedral and the dramatic videos shown at the Tallinn City Museum.