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What if you could enjoy Tallinn instead of struggling with maps?
What if a travel guide led you from A to B to C, giving you exact directions to every place in the itinerary?
Imagine how you’ll feel knowing you got everywhere you wanted to go while skipping the over-rated parts…
A Worthy Go itinerary is a carefully curated collection to help you enjoy what’s worthy, whether it’s well known or well off the beaten path.
A few highlights in this three-day itinerary:
- How the country dealt with Russian occupation
- The highest awards a government gives to its people
- The modern markets run in old buildings
- A museum once used to hold a seaplane
- A great collection of historic houses
And plenty more.
This isn’t just a list of places to go…
Worthy Go’s mission is to make travel awesome, and to set you up to succeed.
That means giving you plenty of info to prepare before you arrive:
- A brief intro to the city / country
- Recommended hostels / hotels
- What to bring, how to get around, how to connect to the internet, safety warnings, and more
Oh, and specific, step-by-step directions from each place to the next.
Last updated: August 2019
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About the author
Chris Backe (rhymes with hockey) is the one-man show behind the dozens of itineraries / guidebooks on Worthy Go. He’s the former travel blogger of One Weird Globe and has been traveling since 2008. He’s been seen in Atlas Obscura, io9, Fark, Mental Floss, Groove Magazine, and many other publications. When not traveling, Chris enjoys a good lager and a tabletop game.
About Worthy Go
Worthy Go itineraries offer an unbiased look at what’s worthy in a city or area/province. You get recommendations to what to see and do, where to eat, where to sleep, and most importantly, how to get there with clear directions and GPS coordinates.
About the author
Chris Backe (rhymes with ‘hockey’) is the author behind dozens of Worthy Go itineraries and guidebooks. He is the former blogger behind One Weird Globe, and has been seen in Atlas Obscura, io9, Fark, Mental Floss, Groove Magazine, and many other publications. When not traveling or writing, he enjoys swing dancing and a good board or card game.