Top 10 Things to do in Estonia, Estonia
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1. Tallinn Old Town
4.5 based on 13319 reviews
This jumble of 14th- and 15th-century architecture with its medieval walls, needling spires and twisting, cobblestone streets is also the site of many of the city's important historic attractions and museums including the House of the Brotherhood of the Blackheads, St. Catherine's Guild and the 15th-century Guildhall that now houses the History Museum.
Reviewed By giuseppecincin - Rosyth, United KingdomRosyth, United Kingdom
It's our first time in Tallin and in Estonia and we went to the old town. It's an amazing piece of history, full of museums, 2 beautiful churches, amazing to walk inside the walls where some lovely pubs and restaurants serve good food in a wonderful locat
2. Lennusadam Seaplane Harbour
4.5 based on 3257 reviews
Welcome aboard! Seaplane Harbour is an exciting maritime museum in Tallinn, Estonia for the whole family. Located in the unique and historic seaplane hangar, our interactive exhibition includes a real submarine from mid-1930s, seaplane Short 184, a 100-year-old ice-breaker, two cinemas, many simulators and much more. And while you are here, take a look at one of the nicest souvenir shops in Tallinn or eat local food at our restaurant MARU.
Reviewed By MeTwitty1Day - San Francisco, CaliforniaSan Francisco, California
Magnificent Seaplane, Fascinating Boats, and Submarine Lembit Await!
Wow! What a fantastic, fun, and informative building - so well-engineered and tastefully designed to house iceboats, row boat, motor boat, fishing boats, sailboats, kayak, ethnographic vessels, and the mysterious recovered Ship Maaslinn, and that dashingl
3. AHHAA Science Centre
4.5 based on 511 reviews
ATTENTION! Due to renovation works, Science Centre AHHAA is CLOSED from 7 January to 2 February 2019 Science Centre AHHAA is a science theme park for families. We are the biggest science centre in Estonia and the Baltic states, located in Tartu. The main purpose of AHHAA is promoting science, technology and the scientific approach to solve common disadvantages. AHHAA is open 363 days a year, which means you're always welcome to visit us!
Reviewed By Tarmo R
You love science? This is the right place you must visitDon't understand science? This is the right place you must visit.Friendly staff, interesting shows, lot of fun and educating attractions for children and adults.
4. Parnu Beach Promenade
4.5 based on 497 reviews
Completed in 2006, the attractive Beach Promenade has the feeling of a real resort and makes the Summer Capital's beaches inviting even in bad weather! Romantically winding down the beach, the promenade surprises you with is well-thought functionality, and playfulness that comes from the use of different materials and fountains.Thought-out lighting keeps the beach active even when the sun goes down, and the playing colours of the fountains are a sight in themselves in the darkness of the night.Come and enjoy real beach feeling!.
Reviewed By leramd30 - Clark, New JerseyClark, New Jersey
the best place on earth
May be because I spent my childhood walking up and down that beach, kissed, learn to swim so many memories. I love that place . One day when I am gone i will ask to spread my ashes there because its the place where i felt happy. The sand is white the wate
5. Toompea Hill
4.5 based on 3210 reviews
An ancient 10th-century Estonian stronghold stood on this 170-foot-high limestone plateau, which was later divided into the Big and Small Fortress with its distinctive defense towers erected in the early 13th century.
Reviewed By rubyme - west coast of Scotlandwest coast of Scotland
Do not miss this wonderful part of Tallin
Our accomadation was here,a wonderful apartment about 200 yards from the Cathedral.It is a special Area of with the cathedral and White church the wonderful viewing points to see all of Tallin before you,the wonderful lanes and homes and embassies.It is w
5 based on 115 reviews
From January to May we are open Saturdays and Sundays 12:00 - 15:00 Meet our alpacas, llamas, goats, Ouesannt sheeps(smallest sheepbreed in the world) angorabunnies and or dog Mia. Buy alpaca souvenirs or refreshments in our farmshop.
Reviewed By tulip-cher - Singapore, SingaporeSingapore, Singapore
We were so excited and looked forward to visiting Alpakafarm. There is a shuttle to the farm every Saturday 3pm. Tickets are available at the tourist office at EUR10 per person including admission. We love watching the Alpakas and taking photos with them.
7. Narva Castle
4.5 based on 278 reviews
The Narva Castle is one of the main attractions of the city. In the seventh decade of the 13th century, the Danes established a castle as a residence for the Danish King’s vice-Regent. The Narva Castle is the most diverse and best preserved defence structure in Estonia. The area of the castle is 3.2 hectares, and the highest point is the Tall Hermann Tower (51 metres). Today you can visit the museum in the castle, were the displays explain the history of Narva and the castle. There are handicraft workshops in the northern courtyard, where you can try your hand at various techniques and handicrafts.
Reviewed By GRAHAM C - Sevenoaks, United KingdomSevenoaks, United Kingdom
Full restoration will be complete in July 2019 but still worth a visit prior to this date.
Stunning architecture of fortifications as East meets West. The Narva Castle was built in the 14th Century to guard the Narva River and has its counterpart (although much bigger ) on the Russian side. The virtual border between the two countries lies in t
8. Tartu Old City
4.5 based on 491 reviews
Reviewed By GRAHAM C - Sevenoaks, United KingdomSevenoaks, United Kingdom
This is the place to go to when in Tartu.
Beautiful, quaint and qwerky buildings, the Kissing Students statue, entrance to the University, cafes and shops, the Information Centre, across the road from The Kaarsild...modern Arch Bridge over the River Emajogi with its gallery of photos of the local
9. Kuressaare Castle
4.5 based on 225 reviews
Kuressaare Castle-Fortress is built in the 14th century. Today, the castle houses the Saaremaa Museum. Saaremaa Museum is one of the oldest (founded in 1865) and biggest museums in Estonia and is visited by 70 000-80 000 people every year. As a county museum its main function is to preserve and strengthen the identity of Saaremaa as a region with extraordinary nature, history and culture. The museum tries to exhibit the essence of the castle and tells its story to the whole world.
Reviewed By Gene R J - Silver Spring, MarylandSilver Spring, Maryland
Excellent museum inside the vaulted corridors of a 14th C castle.
We walked 800 meters from the town center to enter the walls at the 10 AM opening. After paying the 6 Euro admission, we used the free clean interior restrooms, then followed the signs through the corridors. This renowned museum extends throughout the cas
10. Kadriorg Park
4.5 based on 1875 reviews
Measuring nearly 250 scenic acres, this urban park features the symmetrical Swan Lake and a promenade leading to the Kadriorg Palace.
Reviewed By Benjamin B - Ottawa, CanadaOttawa, Canada
Well worth a visit
An expansive beautiful park. It's a great place to spend a lazy afternoon stroll or have a picnic. Near the sea if you want to venture to that end of the park.