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Those who study in Tallinn will get to experience the huge benefits of living in a tech-savvy population which accomplishes most of its basic and daily tasks online, such as parking, getting prescriptions and many more. Tallinn’s technological advancements has slowly transformed it into one of Europe’s IT hubs, with IT development centers and agencies from organizations such as the EU and NATO calling the city its home.

Taking up a study in Tallinn is also a source of inspiration for budding entrepreneurs, as this medieval city is widely recognized as having the most number of startups per person in Europe, leading to it being the birthplace of various successful global companies such as Skype.

Culture-wise, Tallinn is a haven to music lovers, with traditional mass singing events taking place annually such as Tallinn Music Week and the Jazkaar International Jazz Festival. However, the main caveat is the Estonian Song and Dance Celebration. The event, which is celebrated every five years, gathers as many as 37,000 artists performing for an audience of more than 200,000 spectators.

Things to See in Tallinn

Old Town – Declared as a UNESCO Heritage Site in 1997, Tallin Old Town is one of the few places in Europe which managed to fully preserve its medieval heritage, featuring a remarkably intact collection of architecture, merchant houses and ancient churches dating back to the 13th century, all located along the town’s original cobblestone streets.

Telliskivi Loomelinnak – Also known as Telliskivi Creative City, this business hub is considered as the city’s creative center. Those looking for an outlet for their artistic side while pursuing a study in Tallinn will be inspired by the center’s collection of studios, rehearsal spaces, creative companies and shops offering a unique selection of products related to interior design.

Museums – Museums in Tallinn cover every important event in Estonia’s colorful history, from the prehistoric age up until the present day. Students who are currently taking up a study in Tallinn can visit Estonia’s rural past through the Estonian Open-Air Museum, were one can find a chapel built in 1699 and an old wooden Tavern named Kolu Kõrts, which serves a selection of traditional Estonian cuisine.

If you prefer something a bit more modern, then you could visit Kumu, which contains the largest collection of Estonian art and a revolving selection of contemporary exhibits.


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