Did you know that Tel Aviv has a kindred city in Northern Europe? You only need to replace one letter in "I ❤️ TLV" to figure out what it is. TLL. Yes. Tallinn. Let's take a closer look at the city that seems so similar, yet so different.
With a population of a bit over 430k, Tallinn is the same size as Tel Aviv - big enough to have fun and small enough to feel cosy.Photo by: Kaupo Kalda
It takes you back in time like Neve Tzedek or Jaffa and almost feels like you're walking in a fairytale.Photo by: Kaupo Kalda
We know Tel Aviv has quite an impressive data on this field as well, so it says quite a bit about the mindset of both cities, don't you think?Photo by: Kaupo Kalda
Just like Florentin in Tel Aviv. There are quite a few hip and trendy areas in town that feel entirely different from the old town.Photo by: Siiri Kumari
Digital nomads often stay here for longer, just because Tallinn happens to be the best destination for remote work in 2021. Also, as Estonia has one of the most advanced digital societies in the world, you never have to spend hours at some משרד because of bureaucracy.Photo by: Sven Zacek
The sunrise is around 4AM on the longest day of the year and the sunset nearly at 11PM, but it doesn't really get very dark at all. The light can last for a long time after the sun sets and it always sets to the sea.Photo by: Oskar Kelk
Estonia has many bog and mire landscapes with pure water that feel like nothing short of magic at sunrise.Photo by: Romet Vaino
If you come here in springtime or summer, the feeling of fresh and awaken nature is amazing. What is Estonia's fifth season? That's a secret we won't reveal in this article.Photo by: Sven Zacek
Estonia has complex history and peeling the layers of it can keep you intrigued for a long time.Photo by: Aire Eder
Local chefs love healthy ingredients cooked into simple dishes, mixing known tastes with local flavours.Photo by: Visit Estonia
Black rye bread with a thin crispy crust is a healthy and very original gift to bring back from your trip to Estonia.Photo by: Visit Estonia
Often they decide to come back to Estonia and experiment with flavours.Photo by: Visit Estonia
Keep in mind that top restaurants in Estonia are a lot more affordable than in rest of Northern Europe, so don't hesitate to visit at least a few during your stay.Photo by: Visit Estonia
If you're keen to find out more about what Tallinn is like, then check out this table that compares Tel Aviv to Tallinn in various categories.
Do I need a visa to come to Estonia from Israel? No. You can stay here for up to 90 days with no visa. If you happen to fall in love with Estonia and want to stay for longer, you can apply for our Digital Nomad Visa.
What are the travel restrictions in terms of covid? You can check the latest information on the website of our Minsitry of Foreign Affairs. Israel is in the list of countries outside the European Union from which it is possible to travel to Estonia, including for tourism.
- There is no restricition of movement or Covid testing for anyone who has undergone COVID-19 vaccination and no more than six months have passed since its completion.
- There is no restriction of movement or Covid testing for people who have recovered from COVID-19 and no more than six months have passed since they have been declared cured.
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