The main sights of Tallinn are related to its centuries-old history. The old town of the Estonian capital has absorbed the spirit of the Middle Ages and preserved it to this day. It is worth a visit for anyone visiting the Estonian capital.
Life in the city is ever evolving. Factories have been replaced by creative cities and commercial districts. The most famous of them are centrally located Rotermanni, Telliskivi, and Noblessner.
The city’s parks serve as a link between past and present. The most famous of them is Kadriorg, founded by Russian emperor Peter the Great. We advise you to go beyond the guidebooks’ recommendations and offer the most complete list of places for walks and rest.
When walking around Tallinn, pay attention to the monuments. They reflect not only important historical moments, but also the culture of the country and its people. If you want to learn more interesting things, visit museums, choosing the most interesting to you from our list.