Why Arctic Holiday Campers

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Mark Magill

This was our first time hiring a campervan, all we can say is great service plus the best price, Thanks.  

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Need to Book Campervan Hire in Tallinn?

Visit the historic town of Tallinn in style with rented campervan from our large modern fleet. We provide the best price and an award winning customer service experience. Why wait book your camper holiday today with our best price guarantee promise.

The team at Arctic Holiday Campers have been providing camper rental since 1999 and we have the experience that will ensure every detail of your campervan rental will run smoothly.

In addition to our great prices we offer  free or unlimited mileage with most suppliers, or the option to purchase extra miles in advance. All motorhomes include comprehensive liability insurance, excesses do apply, please refer to supplier details available during the quote inquiry step. Full 24 hour breakdown cover is also be included as common practice. 

Visit Historic Tallinn

Tallinn is the capital city of Estonia which lies on the southern coast of the Gulf of Finland. The hill of Toompea sits at the historic and medieval centre of the city, filled with cobbled streets and medieval alleys and houses. At the foothills is the lower town which is still protected by a city wall surrounded by well-maintained parks. The old town's superb condition has earned its inclusion in the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1997.

Destinations and Attractions to See in Tallinn

When in Tallinn, the best places to go visit are the ones in the old city. The Medieval Old Town which was built in the 15th to 17th Centuries is superbly preserved. The Viru Gate is the part of town which is known as All-Linn or 'Lower Town' where artisans and merchants of the old town lived. Viru is still the city's trendiest shopping area.

If you're looking for cafes and restaurants, you should go to Raekoja Plats which is located at the heart of the old city. Also within the area is the town hall which was built in 1371, and houses the Tallinn City Museum. Other historic attractions include the Toompea Hill, Alexander Nevsky Catheral, Riigikogu, St.Mary's Cathedral, Museum of Occupations, and the City Wall.

Visit the exterior of the Old City to get the best of both worlds in Tallinn. There's the Tallinn Zoo, Open Air Museum, Linnahall, National Library of Estonia, National Art Museum, Metsakalmistu Cemetery, Song Festival Grounds, Botanical Gardens, Kadriorg Palace, Seaplane Harbour, Pae Park, and Jägala Falls among other attractions.

And of course, the beaches in Tallinn are worth visiting. But look out for sign posts since not all of the beaches are swimmable. Kakumäe Beach, Stroomi Beach, Harku Lake, Pikakari Beach, and Pirita Marina and Beach are among the best options.

Make the Most of Your Tallinn Tour via RV

While not everyone is advised to ride in an RV to tour the city, this is one way to save money and maximize on the limited number of days you have on this trip. Hotel rates can rise every now and then, so it is almost impossible to stay in a European tourist destination for more than a week especially if you are travelling in groups. Renting a mobile home is a good solution to meet the need to travel the roads, see scenic spots, and enjoy a cost-effective camping trip altogether.

What some travellers do is rent an RV for a few days to make the trip more fun and exciting. And there are areas which allow RVs to park - as long as there's a clear indication from authorities or owners of vacant lots that parking is allowed. Campsites provide the much-needed facilities and services to ensure travellers are safe, well-fed, rested, and re-energized for the next leg of their trip.

The campsite in Pirita Harbour is near a sandy beach and it provides an area for caravans and mobile homes. Their facilities include a swimming pool, tennis courts, bike rental, and bathrooms. There's also a pizzeria, internet access, a restaurant, nearby stores and shops, waste water drainage system, and electrical hook-up among others.

Tallinn City Camping is another option that offers mobile home accommodations. It also offers electricity hook-up, washing machine usage, internet access, saunas, bike rental, yacht sailing services, abundant greenery, and a stunning view of the Old Town.

While there are not many RV campsites in Tallinn, there are always opportunities to drive a little further to find a campsite that does. The idea is to enjoy the city's offerings while you can and get the much-needed relaxation in a mobile home somewhere within or at the outskirts of Tallinn.