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TALLINN ESTONIA 🇪🇪 - English tourist guide

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Please like share and subscribe to TrekTrendy for more worldwide travel vlogs: http://bit.ly/1WNqym8 Earlier in the year I had the opportunity to drop into Tallinn for 24 hours. A flying visit of course, but I had to explore as much as possible during my layover. Today I'll take you along with me as I explore this gorgeous capital city - albeit the temperatures were far below freezing. I also managed to get some pretty awesome drone shots across the city and will try to include more of these in future videos. I stayed at the brand new Hilton hotel which is a short walk from the Old Town. This was perfect for me, but there are plenty of other options in the old town which are more convenient. Do let me know what you think as always in the comments, and if there are any places you want me to visit next! Music used: Song: Joakim Karud - Waves https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 Song: Joakim Karud - 10k https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 Instagram: @davis.travel
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Gritty Pudding (1 day ago)
This video must have been made a long time ago, its not -10C in estonia in october, at least this year.
Trek Trendy (22 hours ago)
Correct - it was filmed in March of this year. I held back publishing this until the beginning of the Autumn/Winter as it will be more useful to those planning a winter escape here :)
Aimar Voites (5 days ago)
Ah keda see väga huvitab, ma lähen magama, te kontrollige pedesid!
Aimar Voites (5 days ago)
Ega sa ka pede ei ole?
yoloman (2 days ago)
Ei ole ära muretse.
Kelly Morgan (5 days ago)
awesome footage! 😁
North Of Pakistan (6 days ago)
*Very Nice Video*
Trek Trendy (5 days ago)
Thank you
kimberley Key (6 days ago)
PS. Nice vid
kimberley Key (5 days ago)
Amazing. Super impressive Will. Can't wait to see some more videos! I love Sydney, I kinda wish I did it sooner, however it is so far out the way other here. Watching your long eastern European weekend aways makes me miss Europe, but there is plenty to see other in this hemisphere also.
Trek Trendy (5 days ago)
Love Aus, hope to visit again sometime. How are you finding living in Sydney? Yes plenty more travel plans don't you worry ;) I work for myself now full time on TrekTrendy so maybe even 24 could happen aha
kimberley Key (5 days ago)
I wish! Although could be worse, I am living in Sydney, Australia at the moment. I love it. Anymore plans for 12 countries in 12 months? Or maybe go one better Will, 24 countries in 12 months! :)
Trek Trendy (5 days ago)
Thank you Kim :) where are you in the world now, still travelling?
kimberley Key (6 days ago)
Tallinn looks beautiful Will. Defo on the agenda.
Aaron Explores (6 days ago)
Very informative vlog, your production has definitely improved. The drone is a nice touch, couldn't believe it wouldn't take off as it was too cold lol. That busker made me laugh, hurling abuse at you for vlogging 😂
Trek Trendy (2 days ago)
Thanks dude - and likewise you too
Aaron Explores (2 days ago)
haha the dreaded backlog. Yes it does pile up quickly. Looking forward to your next vlogs bro.
Trek Trendy (5 days ago)
This was recorded in March... on my way to Doha and Singapore (vlogs incoming aha) now i've got more time on my hands i'm going to be editing and uploading a lot more frequently - it's so easy to get a backlog isn't it!
Aaron Explores (5 days ago)
+Trek Trendy thanks bro, how long ago did you record this by the way?
Trek Trendy (6 days ago)
Thanks Aaron - yes the drone surprised me, once the batteries were warmed up all was good thankfully. Literally couldn't believe that busker, I was only walking past anyway. I've been enjoying your Turkish vlog series. Cappadocia is 100% on my list now looks like something out of a dream!
Malcolm Mulvihill (6 days ago)
Very intact city was called Reval before the revolution love the coloured buildings thanks Will
Sirje Malmet (16 hours ago)
For Estonians it was Tallinn at least from 17th century. German rulers called Tallinn Reval, but revolution got rid of them
Trek Trendy (6 days ago)
Didn't know that thanks for sharing Malcolm :) And yes the building are so colourful in the Old town, I hope to visit again sometime, maybe when it's slightly warmer!

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