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Tallinn is Lonely Planet’s best value destination for 2018


Lonely Planet, the largest travel guide book publisher in the world, has ranked the best value destinations for 2018 – and the Estonian capital, Tallinn, is number one.

The travel guide ranked the top ten destinations to “tempt frugal travellers”. “Estonia’s capital is compact, fashionable and terrific value. Explore one of Eastern Europe’s loveliest old towns on foot for free, stay in good-value dorms, guesthouses or private homes, and take in Baltic Sea views and a superb panorama of the city from the flat roof of the vast Linnahall (one of Tallinn’s best free things to do),“ Lonely Planet said.

Best in Travel 2018 – Top 10 Best Value (Lonely Planet)
1. Tallinn, Estonia
2. Lanzarote, Canary Islands
3. Arizona, US
4. La Paz, Bolivia
5. Poland
6. Essaouira, Morocco
7. United Kingdom
8. Baja California, Mexico
9. Jacksonville, Florida, US
10. Hunan, China

In 2016, Tallinn hosted 2.5 million foreign visitors who stayed at least a day in the city. It remains to be seen whether an endorsement by the Lonely Planet will drive this number up in 2018.

Lonely Planet, founded by British-Australian couple Maureen and Tony Wheeler in 1972, is the largest travel guide publisher in the world.
Source: Estonian world
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