As a metropolis of Estonia, Tallinn attracts tourists, especially in winter, to the historic center of Vanalinn, an impressive landscape with a frozen sea, as well as a pleasant, valentine sitting with a glass of traditional Tall Tall alcohol.
Upon arrival in Tallinn, your first steps will certainly be to the historic center. In the lower walled quarter of the city, you will find the main square, the Gothic town hall, museums and one of the oldest pharmacies in Europe.
In just one hour you will fly from Prague to the Slovenian capital Lubljana. Her symbol of the dragon calls her the city of the dragon. More than 300 000 inhabitants live here. There is a very small historic center. The core itself had to be rebuilt at the beginning of the 20th century due to the earthquake of 1895.
One of the first steps in Ljubljana will lead you to the square Prešernov trg.