Old Town of Tallinn

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, featuring medieval streets, squares, and well-preserved buildings.

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Toompea Hill

This scenic hill is the heart of Tallinn's Old Town, offering panoramic views of the city and the sea. Legend has it that Toompea was once home to the legendary King Arthur's court.


Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

This grand cathedral is one of the most impressive examples of Neo-Byzantine architecture in Europe, featuring stunning mosaics and intricate stone carvings.


St. Mary's Church

Located on the picturesque Town Hall Square, this Gothic-style church dates back to the 13th century and features an impressive 70-meter tall spire.


Town Hall Square

This charming square is home to some of Tallinn's most historic landmarks, including St. Mary's Church and the Gothic-style Town Hall building.


Katariina Tower

For a stunning view of the city, climb up the 64-meter tall Katariina Tower, one of Tallinn's oldest and most iconic landmarks.


Patriarh Barracks

This historic fortress was once home to the Baltic German knights, now housing a museum that showcases the city's fascinating history.


Viru Gate

This medieval gate is one of the last remaining sections of Tallinn's original city wall, offering a glimpse into the city's rich and storied past.


Tallinn Town Museum

Located in a 14th-century merchant's house, this museum showcases the history of Tallinn and its people, with exhibits ranging from medieval artifacts to Soviet-era memorabilia.