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Tallinn Hen Weekends

Welcome to this thriving European capital city that has all the ingredients you could possibly desire for your fun-filled, adrenalin fuelled hen weekend....

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This city is flowing with rich history and fascinating tales and there is awe-inspiring medieval architecture to be seen all around. This northern European outpost has a vibrant performance arts scene and one of the fastest growing economies on the continent. It's no wonder tourists are flocking here from all over Europe. It's packed with exciting and diverse activities to keep everyone's adventure busy during the days with the chance to get down in the evenings with the locals and the entrancing Estonian hunks who really love to party. It is in this enchanting place where you are guaranteed to have a weekend like you've never had before, and create memories that could make for movies


It wasn't the European capital of culture in 2011 for nothing. Tallinn is a city with an 800 year old existence and there are samplings of its cultural identity all around. There is a very pleasing range of diverse churches, museums, art and design galleries with fine examples of famous Estonian designs and interiors. There are Catholic, Lutheran, Russian Orthodox and Jewish churches all around town that tell the story of Tallinn since the first crusaders arrived in the 13th century. Many are national treasures with interiors to match. The city has a thriving art scene that also stretches back hundreds of years and has produced fabulous works.

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The medieval old town is a fantastic glimpse into Europe of the middle ages. The areas many beautiful churches, cobblestone lanes, gothic spires, medieval markets and iron street lamps make this a dreamy vision of Europe as it must have been long ago. The seaside town on Pirita is a beautiful coastal area where you can relax at its beautiful beaches or have a leisurely boat ride along its waters. There are several museums here too as well as a botanic garden and a well-equipped adventure centre.

Travel info:

The Lennart Meri Tallinn International Airport is less than 3 miles from the city centre and it is served by airlines and locations all over Europe including budget airlines like EasyJet and Ryanair who can fly you there from the British Isles for less than 150 Euros. Taxis here are very reasonable so getting to your hotel will be a piece of cake.

Hen do ideas:

If you want an exciting and adventurous hen weekend you have certainly chosen wisely with this north European outpost. There are countless opportunities around town to get those pulses racing with choices of sports centres and racquet games to thrash out some of that competitive fervour amongst your assembled hens. There are lots of choices for high velocity spine tingling endeavours like rallying, demolition derby, quad biking or karting.

Being on the Baltic Sea and also having several lakes and waterways in the city ensures there are no end of boating, canoeing, white-water rafting opportunities such as archery, skating, paintball, motor paintball, hell there's even husky dog sledding available here so Tallinn promises an unforgettable hen weekend.


Have we mentioned that Tallinn sells rock bottomed priced beer and yet is overflowing with saucy and seductive Estonian hunks? Well it is and there is no better place to get down in the evenings than here. It doesn't matter whether you are a connoisseur, a wild party animal or just somebody who likes to meet people, you will be satisfied here. You will be able to explore the most diverse and unique bars in northern Europe.

The area around the old town is a hive of activity in the evening hours and at the weekend. It is very easy to get around on foot and provides ample opportunity to wander, crawl or dance around the vast array of drinking establishments.


Tallinn is the capital city of Estonia and is on the very northern edge of that country, on the Baltic Sea. With a lively population of 400,000 it presents a fine place to visit for a weekend with a wide range of activities on offer for visitors. It is in the former Eastern Bloc so the cost of living is still very reasonable by Western standards. Tallinn holds the ingredients for a unique, memorable hen weekend that is not likely to be forgotten soon by any of your devotees.


Tallinn was first charted by a cartographer as early as 1154 and we know the Danes became early holders of the town not long after this. The Brotherhood of the Swords, an enigmatic order took over soon afterwards and invited German merchants who laid roots and for the next couple of hundred years it was German dominated. In the 16th century, it became, like the rest of Estonia, a major battleground for control of the Baltic Sea. Swedes, Russians, Germans and Danes are among those who fought for control of Tallinn and after its great fire of 1684 and its earlier plague epidemic the town had to rebuild itself. WWII brought clashes and devastation between Russian and Nazi forces. Russia kept it as a Soviet State until the fall of the union and today its economy is getting stronger and stronger.

Food/ Restaurants:

Tallinn's food and restaurant scene is one that is all the time getting better and better and it has become a place guaranteed to soothe the hungers of even the pickiest among you hens. Whether its Italian food, Indian, British, African or American food you are after it is all readily available in Tallinn's ubiquitous eateries and dining halls. The service is almost always perfect and the prices are always suited to the pockets of hens with some serious drinking to do.

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