Tallinn practical information
Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, is located in Northern Europe in the north-eastern part of the Baltic Sea region. Area of Tallinn - 159,2 km² (Estonia 45 227 km²)
The climate in Tallinn is characterized by a fairly cold winter, a cool spring with little precipitation, a moderately warm summer and a long and rainy autumn. However, some summers have weeks at a stretch of temperatures around +30°C, and a warm, sunny summer can keep autumn at bay until mid-October.
Average temperature in July +16,7°C
Average temperature in February -4°C
Estonia is in the Eastern European Time Zone: GMT + 2 hours
In summer: GMT + 3 hours
The population of Tallinn is 425 974 (01.05.2013).
Nationalities: Estonian 52.5%, Russian 38.5%, Ukrainian 3.7%, other 5,3%.
The largest denomination is Lutheran (30%) followed by Russian Orthodox (28%), and Catholic (3%). However, only about 20% of Estonians practice any religion
1 January - New Year's Day - 24 February - Independence Day - 29 March - Good Friday
- 31 March - Easter Sunday - 1 May - Spring Day - 19 May - Whitsunday