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Green city
Green city

Green city

Tallinn is proud to have among the freshest air of all European capitals. One reason the city has such clean air is that there are as many as 50 parks in the area, some of them just a few steps outside Old Town. These include the park at Towers Square (Tornide väljak) from where there are excellent views of the city’s medieval wall, and Shnelli pond in Toompark, an elongated moat where ducks gather. Photo by: Toomas Tuul
Pirita promenade
Pirita promenade

Pirita promenade

A long-time favourite of pedestrians, cyclists and skaters alike, this 2km paved pathway stretches along the waterfront from Kadriorg to Pirita. It offers by far the most spectacular views of the Tallinn's rocky shoreline with the Old Town cityscape in the distance. Photo by: Toomas Volmer
City by the sea
City by the sea

City by the sea

Tallinn boasts a 46 km coastline and a vibrant maritime history. Good ways to experience the beauty of Tallinn Bay are to walk, cycle or skate down Tallinn's paved promenades, sunbathe on the beach, or swim or sail along the calm waters of the Tallinn coast. Photo by: Madis Palm
Cycling
Cycling

Cycling

The many parks, promenades and paved lanes in Tallinn make cycling a relatively hassle-free and enjoyable activity. During summer, bicycles provide a perfect way to explore Tallinn and its outskirts. You can ride from the lovely, bohemian wooden house district of Kalamaja to seaside areas such as Pirita and Rocca al Mare, perfect hideaways for relaxing and spending some time with nature. Photo by: Toomas Volmer
White nights
White nights

White nights

There is nothing like fresh air and sunshine to clear your head, and Tallinn has lots of beautiful, wide-open spaces where you can stretch your legs and enjoy the weather. Within a few weeks of the summer solstice you can experience the light nights, when the sun barely sets before midnight and rises again at around 4 am. Photo by: Toomas Tuul
TV Tower
TV Tower

TV Tower

At 314 meters, the Tallinn TV Tower in Pirita is the tallest structure in the country. Here you can enjoy an interactive exhibition before heading up to the viewing platform and café at the 170 metre level. For the bravest visitors, the “Walking On The Edge” attraction is a perfect activity. The landmark building is host to concerts, performances, exhibitions and open air events throughout the year. The Tallinn Botanic Garden is located right next to the TV tower and a combined visit to these two popular destinations promises to be a fun, full day out for the whole family. Photo by: Kaido Haagen
Spas
Spas

Spas

Estonia has a long spa tradition. In fact, the country's first seaside resorts opened as early as in the 1800s. It's no wonder that Tallinn has developed into a popular, modern spa destination. At day spas, you can enjoy treatments like hot stone massages, chocolate body wraps, facials and the like, or you can opt to stay in a spa hotel for a longer, more thorough regimen of treatments. The choice is yours! Photo by: Madis Palm
Restaurants
Restaurants

Restaurants

Estonia's cuisine, like its culture, takes from the best of each of the nations that has lived here. Getting a taste of our history or treating yourself to an elegant gourmet meal is easy – nearly all of the top restaurants are either in Old Town or within walking distance. The stoves are hot and the chefs are ready and waiting to introduce you Tallinn's modern culinary scene. Photo by: Paul Kuimet
Terrace cafés
Terrace cafés

Terrace cafés

Spending time in Tallinn's outdoor terrace cafés, bars and restaurants is a pleasant way to enjoy balmy summer days and evenings. The Town Hall Square is a favourite spot for open-air lounging, but there are many other exceptional and magical summer terraces to discover. For instance, in the Masters' Courtyard, hidden in a quiet yard off of Vene street, you can sample the heavenly confections created in the popular Chocolaterie café as well as shop for handicrafts and jewellery and view art exhibitions. Photo by: Toomas Tuul
Adventure parks
Adventure parks

Adventure parks

There are two adventure parks with absolutely different natural settings awaiting you in the suburbs of Tallinn. At Nõmme Adventure Park, swashbuckling visitors can make their way from tree to tree using a variety of clever rope-and-bridge set-ups. Not far from here you can admire the medieval Swiss-style Glehn's Castle and its attached park. A combination of high pine trees and sandy beach makes Pirita Adventure Park, just 15 minutes out of the city centre, perfect for fun-loving visitors. It offers six different above-ground tracks and spectacular bay views. Photo by: Nõmme Adventure park
Running
Running

Running

If you love running or jogging, you'll never get bored in Tallinn. You can find a new route for every morning, for instance heading in the direction of Pirita and Kadriorg, or toward Kalamaja and Rocca al Mare. You can also compete. The May Run is a popular, women's 7K race that attracts over 10,000 participants each year. And the annual Tallinn Marathon typically sees over 15,000 runners, making it the region's largest sporting event. Photo by: Sügisjooks
Ice rinks
Ice rinks

Ice rinks

When the cold weather hits, skating around Old Town's outdoor ice rink is a great way for the whole family to get into the winter spirit. The Uisuplats, as the rink is known in Estonian, is in a romantic setting on Harju street next to St. Nicholas' Church. Photo by: Mari Kadanik
Shopping
Shopping

Shopping

Souvenir hunters, fashion fans and casual browsers can shop to their hearts' content in Tallinn. City centre malls offer an international style experience, but for boutique shopping, Old Town should be your destination. Don't forget to peruse the outdoor markets, look for Estonian designed housewares and sample marzipan – a heavenly confection that has been a hit in Tallinn since Hanseatic times. Photo by: Peeter Langovits

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