Eastern Europe

Tallinn

Capital of Estonia, this city abuts the Baltic Sea. The old town dates back to the Middle Ages and many towers, gates and structures remind visitors of the city's rich history. Climbing up the steep steps of St. Olaf's church is not for the faint-hearted, but rewards the bold with stunning vistas. Due to the national government's advanced policy thinking, Tallinn is ranked among the top 10 digital cities in the world.

City rank out of 77 cities

Price level
41
Earning level
42
Purchasing power
44
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Facts about Tallinn

Price Level Index
Tallinn
70.2
New York
100.0
Global rankingShow all cities
1
5
41
77
Earnings Level Index
Tallinn
30.5
New York
100.0
Global rankingShow all cities
1
7
42
77
Working Time
Tallinn
0/ 32.6m
New York
0/ 15.2m
Global rankingShow all cities
1
12
44
77
Purchasing Power Index
Tallinn
43.5
New York
100.0
Global rankingShow all cities
1
10
44
77
Did you know…
Chimney sweeps in Estonia's capital still wear 19th century uniforms. If you come across one, be sure to touch his brass buttons. Myth has it that this brings good luck.