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Active holiday in Tallinn
Finding opportunities to be active or play sports in Tallinn is not hard. The city boasts parks, ball courts and tracks.
You can climb, swing, swim, and hike, enjoy the nature in quiet surroundings or challenge yourself in adrenaline filled adventures. Invite your friend to a game of table tennis, or rent bikes to explore the city. In Tallinn you can enjoy an active holiday on land, sea, or air.
Hop on two wheels
Rent a bike or a Segway and get to know Tallinn from another angle. You can also take part in the multitude of bicycle tours, with tour guides showing you all the best spots in town. People say riding a bike is the best way to enjoy Tallinn!
Health tracks and promenades
Pirita, Järve, Stroomi, Nõmme-Harku and Pae Park health tracks offer amazing surroundings for jogging and riding a bike. When there’s snow, the tracks are used for skiing. So go for a walk and run with the wind in your hair on one of the many health tracks in Tallinn.
Have fun in the winter
Winter brings a great opportunity to enjoy the crisp air outdoors. Feel the magic season of the snowy winter. It is best enjoyed outside. You can sledge at the Song Festival Grounds, ski in the snowy forests of Nõmme, and skate in the heart of the Old Town. But in case of a not-so-snowy winter, you still have the opportunity to try out your talent in hockey, make axel jumps, and go curling at the local ice rinks and arenas.
Time to play ball
All around Tallinn you can find places to play table tennis outdoors. Just take your rackets and balls and head for a free table. Tables can be found in parks, and the Telliskivi and Rotermann areas.
Adventure in air
Adventure in the sea
Escape, hop and bowl
Not all the days are sunny in Tallinn, but a rainy day gives you a perfect chance to do something exciting indoors. In the Zelluloos centre you can do everything in one day; hop on a trampoline, play a laser game, go climbing, and try to get a strike, in bowling. A popular place for billiards and bowling is KU:LSA:L in the city centre.
During the last few years escape room games have gained popularity in Estonia. Try the KGB or Dracula escape rooms, or step into the shoes of Sherlock Holmes. You have 60 minutes to solve the problem and escape.
Horsepower and adrenaline
For the ones who are thirsty for adrenaline and horsepower, the perfect way to spend an active holiday is at the local karting centre or rally park. Take out a real rally car for a spin or grab the lap record in a kart.