Tallinn City Tourist Office & Convention Bureau compiles and publishes a variety of free materials that introduce Tallinn as a tourist destination. The publications can be read and downloaded for printing from the links below. Printed materials are available at the Tourist Information Centre, Niguliste 2 / Kullassepa 4.
PS! Publications with the year marked next to the link have updated versions, but not in PDF format. We apologize!
Congenial information can be composed with My Tallinn application by collecting information of interest from the tourism portal. Don't forget to bring this personal travel guide with you when visiting Tallinn!
||Rich in photo material, the City Break presents main sights, major cultural events and many other ways to spend time. The brochure also includes information about transport and accommodation as well as city maps.
Languages: English, German, Finnish 2012, Russian 2012, Chinese 2011
Only pdf: Swedish
Temporarily not available: French
Out of print: Spanish, Korean, Japanese
Format B5, 64 pages
||Booklet Tallinn with Kids! gathers information on sights, active attractions and events focused of families with smaller or older children.
Temporarily not available: Finnish
Format A65, 16 pages
||The leaflet briefly introduces the cultural tourism product Tallinn Card. Detailed and frequently updated information about the city card can be found at www.tallinncard.ee.
Languages: English/German/French/Spanish/Swedish/Finnish/Russian/Estonian (pdf 2012)
||In addition to maps and transport schemes, the City Map includes illustrated information on the most popular attractions and museums. The points of interest in Kalamaja, Rocca al Mare, Pirita and Kadriorg are particularly highlighted.
Languages: English, French 2011, Swedish 2010, Finnish 2011, Russian 2011, Estonian
Temporarily not available: German 2010
Out of print: Italian, Spanish, Latvian
Format A65 folded, A2 open
TCTO & CB in cooperation with Estonian Design Centre and Estonian Folk Art and Craft Union have for many years published Design maps and Handicraft maps. Both maps are available at Tourist Information Centre and at most places presented in the maps.
||Design map introduces design shops selling Estonian designers produce; galleries holding design and applied art exhibitions; creative centres, workshops, studios and some outstanding public interiors.
Languages: English/German, Estonian/Russian
Temporarily not available: Finnish/Swedish
Out of print: Japanese/English
||Handicraft map guides the way to authentic Estonian handicraft shops; workshops and centres, teaching different handicraft techniques, and to applied art shops with diverse product choice.
Languages: English / Finnish / Estonian (pdf)