Estonia Points of Interest and Places to Visit


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Lahemaa National Park (Lahemaa Rahvuspark)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 3 Reviews

Estonia’s biggest national park covers 72,500 hectares of wetlands, pine forests and seashore on the Baltic Sea. The crenellated coastline wends its way ...  Read more

Tallin Old Town (Vannalin)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 78 Reviews

Guidebook descriptions of Tallinn’s Old Town often use the phrase ‘chocolate box’ or ‘jewel box’ because the area is a delight that is filled with treasures.  ...  Read more

Toompea Castle

4.5 star rating: Recommended 60 Reviews

Toompea Castle, situated on a crest on the edge of the Old Town, was built in 1219 by Danish invaders on the site of an ancient wooden fortress, dating from ...  Read more

Tallinn Cruise Port

4 star rating: Recommended 277 Reviews

Located along the Baltic Sea coast, the Estonian capital of Tallinn is a popular stop on Baltic cruises, welcoming more than 300 cruise ships each season. ...  Read more

Tallinn Song Festival Grounds

4 star rating: Recommended 114 Reviews

The Tallinn Song Festival Grounds (Lauluvӓljak) was the site of one of the most stirring events in Estonian history. Here, in September of 1988, 300,000 people ...  Read more


4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

Pirita is a section of Tallinn located just a few miles west of Old Town and city center. Dating back to at least the 15th century when a convent was founded ...  Read more

Kadriorg Park

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 2 Reviews

Kadriorg Park is a 173-acre area that was built in 1718 under the orders of Russian tsar Peter I, with additional sections having been designed and created ...  Read more

Kadriorg Palace

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

In 1718, Peter the Great, the Russian tsar at the time, ordered a palace to be built in the then-newly designed Kadriorg Park. The palace, designed by Italian ...  Read more

Prangli Island

Prangli is one of more than 1,520 islands sitting in the Gulf of Finland off the Estonian coast; it is a haven of tranquility, a rural backwater island still ...  Read more

Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

The Russian Orthodox Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is situated on the hill of Toompea, opposite the Estonian parliament buildings and Toompea Castle. The ...  Read more

Dome Church

The Dome Church (Toomkirik), also known as the Cathedral of St. Mary the Virgin, sits on Toompea Hill, to which it lent its name. Despite the name, the church ...  Read more

Estonian Open Air Museum

The Estonian Open Air Museum (Eesti vabaõhumuuseum) is situated southwest of Tallinn’s city center, in the Rocca al Mare district, in a spacious wooded ...  Read more

Freedom Square (Vabaduse valjak)

Freedom Square (or Vabaduse valjak in Estonian) is at the southern end of Tallinn's Old Town. Throughout history, the square has been called the Straw Market, ...  Read more

KGB Museum

Historians visiting Tallinn have several opportunities to catch a glimpse into Estonia’s communist past. The former KGB headquarters on Pikk Street have ...  Read more

Kumu Art Museum

The Kumu Art Museum is the main branch of the Art Museum of Estonia and is also the largest and most impressive exhibition venue in the country. The museum ...  Read more

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