If you are wondering around the Old Town, there is no better place to finish your day that at the Kissing Hill. It is located just before the main entrance to the Viru Gates. The spot is probably not the most private one, but it is still quite romantic: there are big trees all around, lots of wooden benches, kissing statues and even a summer house. The park was developed in 1897 and designed by a well-known landscape gardener from Riga, Georg Kuphald.
There are several sculptures in the park: One of these sculptures is entitled A moment before the kiss (by Tauno Kangro), Another sculpture shows the moment after kissing. Elsewhere in this little park some benches have the by-now-ubiquitous “love padlocks” which are usually left by just-married Estonian couples as a symbol of their union.