Tag : Sights

Jägala Waterfall (2)

Jägala Waterfall

Jägala Waterfall (Jägala Juga) is the biggest natural waterfall in Estonia, being over 50 metres in width and 8 metres in height. We admit it’s not the most impressive compared to other waterfalls across the world, but even so it’s pretty…

0 Comments / 09/03/2016

Tallinn Balti Jaam (Russian Market)

Jaama Turg

Tallinn’s Jaama Turg (also known as Russian Market) is the market located next to the Tallinn railway station. It’s worth visiting if you want to see something other than just Tallinn Old Town. We recommend taking cash with you, as most of…

2 Comments / 09/03/2016

Tallinn Kadriorg Park's Swan Pond (2)

Kadriorg Park’s Swan Pond

Kadriorg Park’s Swan Pond is definitely one of the most beautiful spots in the whole park, and if you take tram number 1 or 3 from Tallinn city centre to Kadriorg, the pond is located on your right when you…

0 Comments / 05/03/2016

Tallinn Viru Hotel KGB Museum

Viru Hotel’s KGB Museum

The Viru Hotel KGB Museum offers one of the most fascinating guided tours in Tallinn, as you learn a lot about the KGB and visit the secret spy rooms on the 24th floor. The tour is really informative and the…

0 Comments / 04/03/2016

Tallinn Central Market (4)

Tallinn Central Market

Tallinn central market (Keskturg) is located about 2 kilometres from the city centre, and can easily be reached either on foot or by bus number 2. At the central market you can purchase groceries, as well as clothes, small items, cigarettes etc.  We recommend…

0 Comments / 04/03/2016