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Where Tallinn, Estonia's Locals Hang Out During Winter

So, where are the locals going in Tallinn when it's colder and there's a (high) chance of snow? They warm up with coffee or by playing outside. At Lauluväljak you can rent snowtubes by the half hour to slide down the slopes!
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From a series of 44 city blogs comes a small selection of locals' tips for the city of Tallinn. The city Tallinn is represented by three local gals -- Karina, Gea who Kristiina -- who share their favorite spots from around the city on the blog Spotted by Locals -- Tallinn.

So, where are the locals going in Tallinn when it's colder and there's a (high) chance of snow? They warm up with coffee or by playing outside. At Lauluväljak you can rent snowtubes by the half hour to slide down the slopes! Or in the Old Town, strap on some skates at Harju street ice rink. If these active things are not up your alley and you want more than a coffee, then Harmoonikum, an eco-spa, might be more for you.

For these tips and more, view the slide show below:

Top local's favorites in Tallinn

All of these tips are also available on your iPhone or Android phone or in PDF version.