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Icecreams from Gelato Ladies in Tallinn, Estonia
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    Tallinn with kids

    In addition to all its titles, Tallinn is also a family city. There are many opportunities to have an active holiday with all members of the family at adventure, water, and snow parks, play centres, and exciting museums. The Tallinn Old Town looks straight out of a fairy tale, and every child can feel like a knight or a princess while exploring the walls and towers there. Among Tallinn’s museums, there are many which are suitable for families with both younger children and older teenagers. The museums are inclusive, playful and offer both traditional and virtual experiences. 

    There are also a number of spas and water parks in the city, from the Old Town to Viimsi, for those who seek aquatic fun. In summer, however, it is worth visiting the beach instead. If you are feeling adventurous, you may want to visit one of the adventure parks in Tallinn or the Ferris wheel that towers over the city – one of the newest attractions for the whole family. Those who wish to overcome their fear of heights may want to try the ‘Walk on the Edge’ attraction at the TV Tower, the tallest building in Estonia. Tallinn Zoo is also suitable for all adventure and nature lovers because of its rich fauna and flora. Motorsports enthusiasts, laser battle warriors, and fans of other fast-paced activities can also test their skills in Tallinn and its vicinity, then relax at one of many family-friendly cafés and restaurants.

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