What is the capital of Estonia?
Tallinn is the capital of Estonia and the country’s main port, located on the coast of the Gulf of Finland, which is part of the Baltic Sea. It is the largest city in Estonia, with a population of 447,414 in 2021.
Tallinn is the political and financial center of Estonia and an important economic center in Northern Europe, especially in the Baltic region. The city is home to major banks such as SEB Pank, Swedbank, Nordea and DNB, as well as the investment bank LHV Pank.
Tallinn’s Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a major tourist attraction, as are other sites such as the Estonian Maritime Museum, Tallinn Zoo, Kadriorg Park and the Estonian Open Air Museum.
Tallinn has a moderately continental and mild climate for such a northern latitude city, with an average of 100 snow days per year.