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Café Boulevard
Café Boulevard in Tallinn, Estonia offers a wide selection of pastries, cakes, sandwiches, salads and even hot soups of the day – to eat in or take away. We have a wide selection of healthy smoothies and different coffee drinks. In the mornings a healthy porridge is in the menu and a warm daily soup is on offer in the noon. The cafe’s cakes, tarts and twists have already been a vital part of Tallinners’ parties and celebrations for decades. The café has also a children’s play area, where our young guests can watch cartoons and play.
Offers a wide selection of pastries, cakes, sandwiches, salads and even hot soups of the day
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Café Boulevard
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Offers a wide selection of pastries, cakes, sandwiches, salads and even hot soups of the day
Olympic Yacht Sailing Center and the sea.
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Pirita
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Olympic Yacht Sailing Center and the sea.
Lots of information about how it was built and the history of soviet intervention trying to stop the people getting information from outside. The views from the top are exceptional and if you feel brave try a walk round outside roped to a rail. Best on a clear day to get the full benefit of the view.
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Tallinn TV Tower
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Lots of information about how it was built and the history of soviet intervention trying to stop the people getting information from outside. The views from the top are exceptional and if you feel brave try a walk round outside roped to a rail. Best on a clear day to get the full benefit of the view.
Nothing says power like the impressive, Gothic Town Hall that dominates medieval Tallinn's main square. It was built in 1402-1404 as a meeting place for the ruling burgomeisters and has been a showpiece of the city ever since. Nowadays the Town Hall – the only intact Gothic town hall in Northern Europe – is used mainly for concerts or for entertaining visiting kings or presidents.
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Tallinn Town Hall
1 Raekoja plats
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Nothing says power like the impressive, Gothic Town Hall that dominates medieval Tallinn's main square. It was built in 1402-1404 as a meeting place for the ruling burgomeisters and has been a showpiece of the city ever since. Nowadays the Town Hall – the only intact Gothic town hall in Northern Europe – is used mainly for concerts or for entertaining visiting kings or presidents.
Nothing says power like the impressive, Gothic Town Hall that dominates medieval Tallinn's main square. It was built in 1402-1404 as a meeting place for the ruling burgomeisters and has been a showpiece of the city ever since. Nowadays the Town Hall – the only intact Gothic town hall in Northern Europe – is used mainly for concerts or for entertaining visiting kings or presidents.
Town Hall square
Nothing says power like the impressive, Gothic Town Hall that dominates medieval Tallinn's main square. It was built in 1402-1404 as a meeting place for the ruling burgomeisters and has been a showpiece of the city ever since. Nowadays the Town Hall – the only intact Gothic town hall in Northern Europe – is used mainly for concerts or for entertaining visiting kings or presidents.
Kohtuotsa offers sweeping panoramas of Old Town's rooftops and towers against the backdrop of the modern city skyline. The spacious area on the east corner of Toompea hill offers unforgettable views of the medieval neighbourhood and is easily the city's most famous photo spot. From here you can see most of Tallinn's centuries-old spires as well as its newer ones, the highest of which is the TV Tower visible in the distance. Beyond the modern city centre lies the Lasnamäe suburb with its countless Soviet-style block apartment buildings.
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Kohtuotsa viewing platform
12 Kohtu
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Kohtuotsa offers sweeping panoramas of Old Town's rooftops and towers against the backdrop of the modern city skyline. The spacious area on the east corner of Toompea hill offers unforgettable views of the medieval neighbourhood and is easily the city's most famous photo spot. From here you can see most of Tallinn's centuries-old spires as well as its newer ones, the highest of which is the TV Tower visible in the distance. Beyond the modern city centre lies the Lasnamäe suburb with its countless Soviet-style block apartment buildings.
This grand, baroque palace built for Peter the Great in 1718 now houses the Art Museum of Estonia's foreign collection. A trip to Tallinn isn’t a trip to Tallinn without a visit to the northern Baroque palace. Designed by Italian architect Niccolo Michetti, the palace and surrounding manicured gardens are a humbling example of Tsarist extravagance.
Kadriorg Palace
37 A. Weizenbergi
This grand, baroque palace built for Peter the Great in 1718 now houses the Art Museum of Estonia's foreign collection. A trip to Tallinn isn’t a trip to Tallinn without a visit to the northern Baroque palace. Designed by Italian architect Niccolo Michetti, the palace and surrounding manicured gardens are a humbling example of Tsarist extravagance.
By far the nation's largest and most cutting-edge art museum, Kumu displays Estonian-created works from the 18th-21st centuries. A must-see for culture creatures, Kumu, the main building of Art Museum of Estonia, serves both as Estonia's national gallery and as a centre for contemporary art.
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Eesti Kunstimuuseum
1 Valge
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By far the nation's largest and most cutting-edge art museum, Kumu displays Estonian-created works from the 18th-21st centuries. A must-see for culture creatures, Kumu, the main building of Art Museum of Estonia, serves both as Estonia's national gallery and as a centre for contemporary art.
The unforgettable Seaplane Harbour is home to a super-modern maritime and military museum, complete with historic ships to tour. Located in Tallinn's famed, wooden-house district of Kalamaja, the harbour is best known for its architecturally unique Seaplane Hangars. Built a century ago, in 1916 and 1917, as a part of Peter the Great sea fortress, these hangars are the world’s first reinforced concrete shell structures of such a great size. Charles Lindbergh, the man who performed the first solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean, landed here in the 1930s.
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Seaplane Harbour Lennusadam
6 Vesilennuki
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The unforgettable Seaplane Harbour is home to a super-modern maritime and military museum, complete with historic ships to tour. Located in Tallinn's famed, wooden-house district of Kalamaja, the harbour is best known for its architecturally unique Seaplane Hangars. Built a century ago, in 1916 and 1917, as a part of Peter the Great sea fortress, these hangars are the world’s first reinforced concrete shell structures of such a great size. Charles Lindbergh, the man who performed the first solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean, landed here in the 1930s.