Tallinn is a mondern european city and connects Europe with Russia.
My actual plan was not to visit Tallinn but my ferry from St. Petersburg got cancelled. So I eventually took the bus to Tallinn to in the end fly from here to Stockholm in Sweden.
To have a break inbetween the travel with my bus which would be around 8 hours from city to city. I only booked it to the border town of Narwa. From there I switched into a train and did the last remaining hours. I do enjoy train rides very much over bus.
So after a day of travelling I would finally arrive. Tallinn seems to live of tourists of the Skandinavian countries and feels actually backpacking-wise quite pricey.
It seems one of their famous foods are pancakes which I had the first night in a place called Kompressor. You get big portions for okey prices. Seems to be one of the backpacker hotspots. Anyway besides that I got the chance to visit the small christmas market as well which was okey I guess. Not to big tho, food looked nice. There are quite some bars around and if you looking for beer you won't do much wrong here.
So in the end would I return to this city? Propably not. It's been nice a day or two but I don't think there is too much to offer.