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12 Things to Do in Tallinn, Estonia

Akshay Kulkarni Jul 31, 2019
A historic city ruled over by several dynasties, Tallinn is now a vibrant and modern city which attracts myriads of tourists. Here's some amazing things you can do at the capital of Estonia.

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Take a tour of the onion-domed Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, the interiors of this architectural masterpiece are as enchanting as the exteriors.

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Roam around the medieval buildings of Tallinn’s Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Traverse through the elegant Kadriorg Park, a 250-acre urban park boasting an ensemble of a clear lake, a royal palace and an art museum.
A part of the Kadriorg Park, explore the royal Kadriorg Palace which houses an impressive art museum.

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Seek blessings at the imposing St. Olaf's Church, an architectural masterpiece built in 12th century.

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Plan a day trip to the Lahemaa National Park, the largest national park in Estonia.
Visit the oldest surviving town hall in the whole Baltic region - the Tallinn Town Hall.

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While you’re there, shop at the extensive marketplace in the Tallinn Town Hall Square, the city’s busiest square.

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Witness the imposing Toompea Castle, standing tall on the Toompea hill, this castle is now home to the Estonian Parliament.
Enjoy the mesmerizing views of Tallinn and the terrain around from the observation deck of the 314 meter tall Tallinn TV Tower.

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Little over 17 miles from the city, gaze at Estonia's highest natural waterfall - the Jagala Waterfall.

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Stop by the Tallinn Zoo, home to more than 10,000 animals of over 500 species including polar bear, Amur tiger and black rhinos.