First-time travelers booking flights to Tallinn are often confused by the city’s culture. The combination of Danish, Swedish, German and Russian influences decorate the city’s landscape. A UNESCO World Heritage site, parts of Tallinn remain untouched and preserved in its 12th century state. The best way to explore Tallinn is on foot. Hop off your Tallinn flight and start your sightseeing in some of Europe’s best medieval towns. Ancient ruins, church spires and cobblestone streets welcome tourists to Tallinn. The heart of Tallinn – the Toompea district – is home to must-see attractions including the Estonian Art Museum and the named Kiek-in-de-Kök, a round artillery tower built in the 15th century that now serves as a museum and photo gallery for tourists.