Tallinn is the medieval cultural capital of Estonia, a country with immense beauty. Estonia has a long history of being ruled by Danish, Swedish, Polish, German and Soviet forces. Now a free country with an identity of its own and the blend of the culture of all the ethnic groups who ruled here. Tallinn is the largest city in the country and lies on the coast of the Gulf of Finland. Although the Tallinn received its city rights in 1248, the trace of early human settlements dates 5000 years back. The city offers some beautiful sights of timeless structures of old churches, lanes from the middle ages with preserved houses of the wealthy merchants from that time. Tallinn offers the fairy tale views that are still present. Even with the massive development the city has undergone in the 21st century. The old walled town is a listed UNESCO site. The city has always believed in maintaining the age old tradition and culture with development simultaneously. Thus Tallinn is the land of great food and views with fewer Skyliners.