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Town Wall
Historic Sites
Kumu Art Museum
Historic Sites, Art Museums
Toompea Hill
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Historic Sites
Toompea Hill
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Historic Sites
Town Hall Square
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Long Street (Pikk tanav)
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Tallinn TV Tower
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Observation Decks & Towers
Viewing Point Kohtuotsa
Historic Sites, Observation Decks & Towers, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Lookouts, Churches & Cathedrals
Oleviste Church
Historic Sites, Observation Decks & Towers, Churches & Cathedrals
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... doubts that Tallinn's old town it's the best among the top Baltics Capital cities. Enjoy this amazing well preserved medieval city, the marvelous walls, buildings, watchtowers, and the stunning panoramic view.
Tallinn is a beautiful walled city with quaint cobblestone streets, beautiful churches, a gorgeous town square, interesting architecture, and some pretty views overlooking the town and Gulf of Finland.
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Alpakafarm Parnu
There is also an on site toilet.
All in all I highly recommend this as a combination of getting an experience-driven view into recent history and also having a fun few hours.
Toompea Hill Tallinn
Orthodox Cathedral, Houses of Parliament (in old castle buildings), stone towers, houses, house of great grandfather of Alexander Pushkin (!), embassies in such old houses and fantastic view of Tallinn from the te...
Toompea Hill overlooks Tallin's Old Town and surrounding neighborhoods, as well as the sea, and it offers spectacular views from several vantage points, as well as beautiful and interesting historical buildings an...
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Unlike the €9 observation tower at St. Peter spire in Riga, this viewpoint offers panoramic views of one of Europe’s oldest medieval cities. Tallinn sits atop a limestone escarpment that overlooks the sea.
The Viewing Point of Kohtoutsa is on the northern side of Toompea hill and is an excellent view of all the red roofs and spires that Tallinn is famous for and the Gulf of Finland.
The €6 entry fee affords one the ability walk the ramparts, ascend and descend narrow medieval stone stairways and view the rooms where the Episcopal Bishop was ensconced before the Reformation.
Great Views and History
Locals in the Square sell touristy tchotchkes, stunning textiles, and the butter/eggs come in the form of exquisite pastries Even for the most travel-budget challenged, this is a must-see site.
Worth the €2 to climb the tower for fantastic views over the old town, it's a bit of a climb and the stairs are quite steep in places but plenty of places to have a well earned beverage when you get back to ground...
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It is very much worth the walk as the views are beautiful and we rewarded ourselves with mulled wine after!
It is definitely worth to climb all those steps, since this is the best view you can have of the city.
Rakvere Castle Rakvere
Archery, horseback riding, blacksmith horseshoe.... Our tour also included lunch on site which was very good.
The castle also offers stunning views.
Narva Castle Narva
Wonderful views from the top of the tower.
The Hermann castle and fortress is a defining landmark in Narva.
It's definitely worth the climb up to the top of the hill where Nevsky resides as you'll get beautiful views of Tallinn as well as the church!
This is an excellent opportunity to view a stunning Orthodox Cathedral in Estonia.
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The Hall Square is the heart of the city, it is well connected and it's nice to admire its views.
It offers interesting sights including famous kissing students fountains, a number of bier-gardens, pubs an restaurants.
The Tartu Old Town center offers sights like the village square, fine dining, shopping, the river, the city library, Tartu University, and the Tartu University Botanical Gardens (the outside gardens are free!).
Tartu uus a second largest city in Estonia, yet or is much calmer and greener than capital, there's more authentic old buildings, classical architecture and nice landmarks worth visiting.
Kumu Art Museum Tallinn
The museum itself is a pleasure to walk around, and while the pre-20th century Estonian art collection is terrific in my view the 20th-century holdings of avant-garde, expressionist and Soviet-era artwork is even...
building itself is a great reason for visiting the site.enjoyed the exhibitions
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Saaremaa Museum Kuressaare
In summer time you can visit also a roof, where is a fantastic view and also there are cafe in the top floor, where you can enjoy some food and drinks.
From the open roof galleries you get a wonderful sea view.
Tallinn Legends Tallinn
Fantastic views of the red roofed city below from the top of Toompea Hill.
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The climb to the top of the tower is a bit treacherous- some steps are high and spaces tight- but the view is well worth it and this combined with the pub underneath were our favorite stops in Talinn.
It a landmark of Tallinn and is located in the south side of the ancient market square.
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Quaint museum, which while free is relaxed allowing people to linger to view the artifacts, bottles and potions.
Another great Tallinn site
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Oleviste Church Tallinn
... windows, high massive columns, arches, vaulted ceilings, beautiful chandeliers but beyond all, to climb the narrow winding staircase to the tower's viewing platform to really enjoy the sights of the Tallinn City.
It is also a good idea to do the climb early during your Tallinn stay as it provides excellent views and a good way to find your bearings in seeing Old Tallinn town as well as the more modern parts further away.
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Town Wall Tallinn
Great fun walking the walls that provide good views of Old town Tallinn...the walls are well kept, accessible and when we were visiting lined at the foot of the walls by beautiful gardens
The shop itself had beautiful hand-painted cradles as well as more usual souvenirs - and a great view.
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Viru Gates Tallinn
The second you pass the Viru Gate you are in the middle of medieval Tallinn - walk around and breath in this amazingly preserved UNESCO site.
Most people stop and take the opportunity to photograph the red roofed watch towers before entering the UNESCO world heritage site within.
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It is located in very beautiful place,nice view.
Walk around it and look at its various views
A lot of shops and historical sites line the road and are a great way to get to know the city and it's history by simply walking down it's main avenue.
Beautiful street, lots of landmarks, nice architecture, a lot of hidden gems.
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One of the many sites where you can learn something about the history of this beautiful Medieval old town just by reading the city signs.
Visit the very old St. Catherine's Church, currently having some renovations done, but interesting to view and understand the entire church complex.
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Breathtaking view from 170m high panorama platform with lots of interactive activities(touchscreens with inormation about TV tower, Tallinn and history in general), TV studio, gift shop, cosy restaraunt.
It's relatively inexpensive, gives you fantastic 360-degree views of Tallin and had a very interesting exhibit while I was there in January 2016 concerning outer space, how earth was formed and the possibility of...
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The site is well worth a visit.
Significant landmark to see.
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We spend last Easter in Tallin in Rottermani apartments.This flat was situated on 6 -th floor, with view on the harbor.
Haapsalu Castle Haapsalu
You can climb at one of the corner towers from where the view over the courtyard and nearby town is beautiful.
Site is well preserved and allows the public a peak into the past.
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Get ready to climb some stairs and then be blown away by the views up on top.
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