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A meal with a view


30. May 2014

A meal with a view

Dinner in the Sky will visit Tallinn twice this summer: 10-15 June

in the Rotermann Quarter and 12-17 August in the square of the Estonian Academy of Arts (Tartu mnt. 1). This year, chef Vladislav Djatšuk of Tchaikovsky restaurant in Tallinn and chef Jouni Toivanen of the Michelin starred restaurant Luomo in Helsiniki will be taking to the skies to prepare an unforgettable meal at 50 metres high. Djatšuk is Estonia’s first chef to make it to the Bocuse d’Or finals. He is known for modern Russian and French cuisine. Toivanen is known for his innovative flavour combinations and use of modern gastronomical technology. Choose between Lunch in the Sky, Moët & Chandon in the Sky, or Dinner in the Sky.

Recharge Outdoors

Recharge Outdoors

Escape the city with a hike in the woods on one of RMK’s many trails.   Hiking in Estonia is […]

29. April 2017

New plants for the garden

New plants for the garden

There are many garden centres in and around Tallinn, where you will find great prices on trees, bushes, and other […]

25. April 2017

Easter at the Open Air Museum

Easter at the Open Air Museum

Easter has many names in Estonian – Egg Holiday, Spring Holiday, Swing Holiday. You can learn about Estonian Easter traditions […]

13. April 2017

April events

April events

01 The unbelievable 5th season Experience an unforgettable sight at Soomaa National Park, where flooding rivers cover a space of […]

08. April 2017

A mix of old and new

A mix of old and new

As the second largest city in Estonia, Tartu is not the capital, but a university city which holds itself as […]

18. March 2017

Tallink’s Megastar took to the seas

Tallink’s Megastar took to the seas

The new and modern Finnish Strait shuttle ferry is suited to all kinds of clients. The interior, designed by dSign […]

09. March 2017

Otepää, Estonia’s Winter Capital

Otepää, Estonia’s Winter Capital

It’s worth a trip outside of Tallinn to Otepää and its neighbouring village, Pühajärve in the very southeastern corner of […]

04. February 2017

An underappreciated city

An underappreciated city

The castle is Narva’s best-known sight, but beautiful views can also be found elsewhere.   “Is it really Russia on […]

21. January 2017