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There is a few things you should know about Kuressaare hostels and the city in general. Besides comparing you the best and cheapest hostels in Kuressaare, we also highlight what we have liked, disliked and things to look out for.Kuressaare, Estonia, is the biggest town on Saaremaa, the largest Estonian island in the Baltic Sea. It is roughly forty-five kilometres west of the Estonian mainland. The island is a well-known tourist destination. There are regular bus services from the bigger Estonian cities such as Pärnu and Tallinn. Saareema can be also reached by ferry. Kuressaare has a small local airport where national flight links are available. During the summer, there are also international flight connections to Stockholm in Sweden. Just under fourteen thousand people permanently live in Kuressaare. This is almost half of the overall population on the island of Saareemaa, with approximately thirty-one thousand inhabitants. The town of Kuressaare was firstly mentioned in documents in the twelfth century. Nowadays, it is a popular seaside resort, visited mostly by tourists from Estonia; it is a very suitable destination for international tourists who want to get to know the local culture without being surrounded by compatriots all the time.
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