Toompea Castle is a castle located on Toompea hill in the central part of Tallinn. An ancient stronghold site is in use since at least the 9th century.
If you are looking for flowers to buy, there is no better place than Viru street!
Looking for a place where you can reach harmony between your body, mind and soul? Here are some best spas located in the Old Town of Tallinn!
Maiasmokk (Sweet Tooth in Estonian) is the city’s oldest running café which dates back to 1806.
Rocca al Mare district is situated at the western edge of Tallinn city. The district got its name (meaning in Italian ‘Rock by the Sea’) from a summer manor that was established in 1863 by local baron Arthur Girard de Soucanton.
If you want to see the 21st century Tallinn’s architecture, you should go to the Rotermann City. This historic area is situated in the city centre.
St. Alexander Nevsky Catherdal is an orthodox cathedral situated on Toompea Hill.
One of the most popular is the story about Old Thomas (Vana Toomas in Estonian).
Freedom Square (Vabaduse Väljak in Estonian) is situated at the edge of Old Town. The square is a place of national symbolism and civic pride. In addition, it is a quite popular gathering spot.
KUMU, situated in Kadriorg, is one of the largest museums in Estonia and one of the largest art museums in Northern Europe.
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