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Tallinn Kadriorg Palace (10)

Kadriorg Palace

Tallinn’s Kadriorg Palace is a baroque building built in 1718 by Peter the Great of Russia for his wife, Catherine I. Actually, Kadriorg means literally in Estonian ‘Catherine’s Valley’. The palace was designed by Niccolo Michetti, and it was supposed…

0 Comments / 26/02/2016

The Tallinn Town Hall Tower & The Legend of Old Thomas (2)

The Tallinn Town Hall Tower & The Legend of Old Thomas

Tallinn’s Town Hall Tower is located on a square of the same name. The Town Hall Square is the heart of the city, the central point where major events have taken place (Christmas market, concerts, political speeches etc.) since medieval times….

1 Comment / 26/02/2016

Tallinn Old Town (1)

Tallinn Card

If you’re coming to Tallinn for a cultural holiday and want to visit museums and take a sightseeing tour around the city, we recommend purchasing Tallinn Card. With this card you can save money and time if you’re planning to…

0 Comments / 26/02/2016

Tallinn The Legend of the Devil's Wedding (2)

The Legend of the Devil’s Wedding

Like all cities, Tallinn has several ghost stories and one of the most legendary is about the Devil’s Wedding. If you’re walking in the Tallinn Old Town you will most probably pass the Cat’s Well. The well itself has a…

0 Comments / 26/02/2016

Tallinn Seaplane Harbour (3)

Seaplane Harbour

Tallinn’s Seaplane Harbour is the Estonian Maritime Museum’s modern and impressive exhibition hall located within walking distance from Tallinn city centre near the old Patarei Prison, in the Kalamaja district. From the Town Hall Square it takes approximately 20 minutes to…

0 Comments / 24/02/2016