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Things To Do
A unique city where history and modern culture combines, Tallinn is home to a thriving contemporary arts scene, stunning examples of Hanseatic architecture, gourmet dining opportunities, beautiful parks and vibrant nightlife.
Explore the cobblestone streets of the beautifully preserved Medieval Old Town. Visit the Town Hall Square, the social heart of Tallinn and the setting for lots of outdoor cafes, seasonal markets, festivals and open-air concerts. Just outside of the Old Town, the stylish and modern Rotermann quarter features boutique shops, luxury hotels, art galleries and an open-air market famous for community events.
Boasting a huge variety of animals – including the world’s largest collection of mountain goats and sheep – Tallinn Zoo is popular with both children and adults alike.
Admire Tallinn’s many churches, including St. Nicholas Church, near Raekoja Square, and St. Olaf’s Church; which was considered the highest building in the world during the 16th and 17th centuries. Take a trip back in time and immerse yourself in the rural way of life of days gone by at the Estonian Open Air Museum; an extensive reconstruction of an 18th-century village where historic public buildings and farmhouses are nestled in a bucolic setting.
In and Around Town
Tallinn Zoo combines 89 hectares of natural forest and attractive landscapes. The zoo collection includes more than 10,000 animals representing over 500 species.
Estonian Open Air Museum
The Estonian Open Air Museum is showcasing the country's rural architecture and way of life.
Tallinn Old Town
Tallinn Old Town in the best preserved medieval city in Northern Europe.
Kadriorg Park is the most outstanding palatial and urban park in Estonia, covering around 70 hectares.
Kadriorg Art Museum
The Museum introduces early foreign art and is located in Kadriorg Park.
Lahemaa National Park
Lahemaa National Park is the oldest and largest national park in Estonia representing the nature and cultural heritage, typical of North Estonia.