A thread for discussion and media relating to European countries and their cultures, cities, landscapes etc.
Come to think of it, Dublin is also increasingly losing its soul and spirit to bourgeois gentrification and globalisation. It's getting to the stage where a grilled sandwich costs in the region of €10 etc. Maybe it will only be a matter of time before the same happens to Cork and Galway.
Gentrification is a curse.
It's interesting how Tallinn's city walls are still so intact, which is rare. Cities elsewhere throughout Europe began losing their city walls as early as the 17th century.
Having looked through Google Images, I'd definitely say Tallinn is worth a visit.
Would it be expensive to visit in general?