Tallinn is suddenly on many traveler’s lists, and the tourist infrastructure is expanding rapidly. The city straddles the relatively cheap zone of the former East as well as the insanely expensive zone of Scandinavia, so it’s no surprise that prices here are mostly somewhere in between.
Slightly larger than Switzerland, this small country (1.5 million people) has a big outlook while the people have even bigger hearts. And you’ll feel like a big shot buying them cheap rounds.
Food and drinks are relatively cheap by European standards, and especially by Scandinavian standards. You can find filling meals at casual places that should fit into a backpacker’s budget, or get a lot more quality for a much higher price at the proper restaurants.