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How to spend top weekend in Tallinn - ideas on extraordinary attractions and sites

Tallinn There are many fabulous landmarks in Tallinn that are hidden, so not many travelers know about their existence. While enjoying a walk in the historic district, most tourists do not pay any attention to Catherine Lane, so they just pass it by. It’s understandable as only several years ago it was nothing but an old abandoned street with numerous half ruined buildings and piles of garbage. However, that is the past and things have changed. The ancient street was cleaned, and all waste was removed. Houses were restored and later unique craft workshops appeared in them. All items here are produced just like centuries ago.
Fans of the most diverse culinary trends will be able to find a suitable place for rest in Tallinn. Controvento restaurant offers its guests delicious Italian cuisine. Here you can try not … Open
One more hidden landmark is located in the middle of a very popular place - <> Park. In 2011, an unusual bridge appeared in the park. The bridge has quite a creative name - «A Path in the Forest». It was decided to build it not for the purpose of crossing something but to help visitors enjoy the view of old trees. The spiral-shaped bridge is several meters high, so it offers truly magnificent views of the trees and charming parkways.
If you cannot imagine a vacation without spa treatments, but your hotel doesn’t have a wellness salon, don’t be upset. You can always visit Meriton Conference . This hotel is famous for its spa that is open for everyone. The prices are, indeed, affordable. For approximately 10 euro, visitors get a two-hour long access to the relaxation area, a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, hydro-massage bathtubs, and even a sauna. The spa salon even has a wonderful cocktail bar. By the way, travelers on a budget might prefer to take towels with them as spa towels are available for rent and cost around 2 euro. Copyright
The locals are very friendly and calm. They are always very friendly with the guests of the city and are always ready to help. The way of behaving in society is very important for residents … Open
If you like beach rest and already visited Tallinn in summer in the past, you probably know Pirita district and the large beach open in its territory. However, it’s no less interesting to visit this part of the city in winter. There is a large pier near Pirita klooster . It goes deep into the sea for more than 200 meters, and not everyone can reach the end of the pier in winter. If you are not scared of ice cold wind, enjoy extreme pastime, and are always ready to visit unusual places, such a walk is exactly what you need. When you’re done walking and exploring the pier, don’t hurry to leave this beautiful place. The ruined building of the ancient monastery is also very interesting to explore. Moreover, there are almost no tourists there in winter. As the ticket office does not work in winter, the entrance to the monastery is free, and you can enjoy exploring the historic landmark as long as you want.
Tallinn If walking in mysterious caves sounds like an amazing pastime for you, make sure you make an excursion to Kiek in de Kök bastions. First bastions appeared yet in the 18th century in Kiek in de Kök. It took more than a century to construct them, so soon the bastions turned into a complex labyrinth of passages. It’s allowed to visit Kiek in de Kök only together with a guide. The mysterious bastions still have many interesting military artifacts.
The majority of historic places of interest are located in the territory of Old Town. Town Hall Square is considered the center of the historic district of Tallinn. Near the square one can … Open
Are you used to bringing unique souvenirs from traveling abroad? In Tallinn, you can also find some unusual items. For this purpose, consider visiting a house of dolls that is open in Katariina käik . Here you can buy a ready doll or make your own under the guidance of skilled masters.
Toompea Hill Palace Square, Tallinn There is one more exciting way to make your vacation in the city sweeter – visit Kalev Marzipan Museum. Experienced gourmets and professional chefs visit this place in order to buy high quality marzipan, and curious tourists often come to see how experienced pastry chefs create true pieces of art. There museum’s display windows showcase unique masterpieces made of marzipan and decorated with handmade drawings. Some edible artworks are available for sale.
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Map of all castles
Survived castles around Tallinn
♥   Castle 'Koluvere Castle' , 68.7 km from the center. On the map   Photo
Map of all art museums
Art galleries in Tallinn and around
♥   Art museum 'Niguliste Museum' Tallinn, 0.9 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   Art museum 'Kadriorg Art Museum' Tallinn, 3.6 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   Art museum 'Mikkel Museum' Tallinn, 3.6 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   Art museum 'Kumu Art Museum' Tallinn, 3.9 km from the center. On the map   Photo
Map of all palaces
Public palaces near Tallinn
♥   Palace 'Kadriorg Palace of Peter the Great' Tallinn, 3.9 km from the center. On the map   Photo

Notable celebrations and festivals in Estonia

The tradition of bonfire was revived in Estonia more than twenty years ago and has since gained international status. Today, guests from Sweden, Finland, Latvia and other countries now participate in this festive event. Thousands of lights are lit on the Estonian coast yearly. The occasion has also become a family event. It is now accompanied by the collective creation of spectacular fiery figures, exhibitions and concerts. Among other festive events in Estonia deserving special attention are, the International Hanseatic Days, the merry summer festival “Grillfest” on the eve of Yanov’s Day, Viljandi Folk Music Festivals and other events in which both Estonians and numerous tourists participate. … Open
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