Why does city of Tallinn exist? By who was it founded and what was here before? Who are the estonians, what is dear to this small nation and how did they live through time and still managed to preserve their heritage and culture? You will get answers to these and many other questions that may pop up, when someone mentions the name "Estonia" or "Tallinn". This biggest city of the country with nearly 400 000 inhabitants makes it undoubtebly most visited place in the whole state and still there are many at first though interesting corners that are invisible for the guests. We will take a lovely walk through the streets of Old Town, which still keep the ancient atmosphere, see biggest churches and smallest living houses, in which case for the last ones it's very difficult to even imagine yourself in there! We'll start from the very heart of the Old Town - the Town Hall Square and our way we'll see some haunted places, visit the Toompea hill where the most important churches and cathedrals and also our parliament and government buildings are situated at, see some exiting views from the observation platforms and then descend back into the Lower Town to learn more about a merchant's life in medieval Tallinn. See the ruins of Dominican cloister and find out about the mighty fortifications of the city.