Tallinn, partly due to its increasing popularity as a city-break destination, has a burgeoning club scene, offering hedonistic menu of entertainment every night of the week, apart from Monday, when everybody takes time off to recharge their batteries. The upsurge of DJ culture in the clubs ensures that you’ll find most genres of dance music most nights of the week.

Both the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra and National Opera have solid reputations and attract their fair share of big-name conductors and soloists from abroad. There’s also an impressive choice of chamber music on offer, much of it in the medieval churches and halls around town.

There’s a great deal of top-quality theatre in Tallinn, but with most of it is performed in Estonian, your best bet is to stick to major productions and concentrate on the stage-craft.

 

Travel offers; book through Rough Guides

Estonia features

The latest articles, galleries, quizzes and videos.

10 great winter destinations in Eastern Europe

10 great winter destinations in Eastern Europe

Forget the plummeting temperatures and long dark nights, winter is a hugely rewarding season in which to visit Eastern Europe. Frozen rivers, frosty branches an…

28 Nov 2016 • Jonathan Bousfield insert_drive_file Article
Top ten things to do in Estonia

Top ten things to do in Estonia

From the cultured capital of Tallinn to the winter-playground that is Otepää, here are ten of our favourite things to do in Estonia.  Admire the beauty of…

06 Aug 2014 • Kiki Deere insert_drive_file Article
Into the wild in Estonia

Into the wild in Estonia

Most visitors don’t venture beyond Tallinn, but leave Estonia’s capital behind and you’ll find a country of vast, untouched wilderness. a haven for wildli…

16 May 2014 • Olivia Rawes insert_drive_file Article
View more featureschevron_right

Join over 60,000 subscribers and get travel tips, competitions and more every month

Join over 60,000 subscribers and get travel tips, competitions and more every month