Things to do in Tallinn, Estonia. Landmarks, attractions and places to go in Tallinn in 2024.

Estonia / Tallinn
  1. Explore the Old Town of Tallinn, a UNESCO World Heritage Site featuring well-preserved medieval architecture, including the impressive Town Hall Square.

  2. Visit Toompea Hill to see the impressive Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and Toompea Castle, which now houses the Estonian Parliament.

  3. Stroll through the charming Kadriorg Park and visit the Kadriorg Palace, built by Peter the Great as a summer residence for his wife Catherine.

  4. Explore the Tallinn Seaplane Harbour Museum, a unique maritime museum featuring a restored seaplane and submarines, as well as interactive exhibits on Estonian maritime history.

  5. Visit St. Olaf's Church, one of the tallest buildings in medieval Europe, for panoramic views of the city and the surrounding countryside.

  6. Take a stroll through the picturesque medieval streets and sample traditional Estonian cuisine at one of the many charming cafes and restaurants.

  7. Experience Estonian folk culture by attending a traditional folk dance concert.

  8. Visit the Museum of Occupation to learn about Estonia's difficult history under Soviet and Nazi occupation.

  9. Explore the medieval defensive structures, including the impressive city walls and towers, that once protected Tallinn from invaders.

  10. Take a ferry to one of the nearby islands, such as Hiiumaa or Saaremaa, for a day trip to explore the stunning natural landscapes and small villages.

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