After arriving in Tallinn, Cait headed to the countryside to learn about local superfoods at Ööbiku Gastronomy Farm. She foraged dandelion greens straight from a meadow to be served with lunch.
Ööbiku Gastronomy Farm Restaurant
The Three Sisters Hotel
The day started with stand-up paddleboard yoga, followed by lunch at one of Tallinn’s best restaurants, NOA. Fashion designer Roberta Einer then gave a DIY shoe workshop at Kau manor and the results were modelled in a rooftop photoshoot in the Old Town.
Pirita SUP surfing
The Eight Legs Restaurant
On the final day, in partnership with the Finnair Blogger Drop campaign, lunch was served at Leib Resto & Aed in their spacious Old Town courtyard. After checking in to the award-winning Savoy Boutique Hotel, the evening continued at the nearby Parrot MiniBar, a whimsical speakeasy.
Savoy Boutique Hotel
Tallinn Old Town
Cait Weingartner, author of the NYC lifestyle blog Pretty & Fun, is no stranger to exotic destinations. Bangkok, Copenhagen, Lisbon and Cartagena are just some of the cities featured in her travel guides. Estonia, however, is one place she had to look up on the map, but after her first visit, Cait feels “completely blown away”. In her own words: “from the food, to the people, to the gorgeous architecture and landscape –Tallinn exceeded all expectations and was truly one of the most fun trips I’ve ever been on.”