Tallinn is the capital of Estonia. The natural centre is its medievial Old Town is known around the world for it’s authentic Hanseatic architecture and the bustling Town Hall Square. It is the very same Old Town Square where the world’s first Christmas tree stood in 1441. A fantastic way to get a feel for Tallinn is to head to one of the city’s many excellent observation spots. In fact, there are a lot of creative ways to see sweeping panoramas of the Old Town and city centre, charming views of medieval streets and rooftops, or spectacular glimpses of the Tallinn shoreline. A must visit in Tallinn is the Kadriorg area. Its centre piece is the magnificent baroque palace built by Peter the Great. Relax in the serenity of the Kadriorg Park before revelling in the art at the Kumu Museum, one of the largest art museums in Northern Europe. Visitors from every nation can find something familiar in Tallinn.