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This is small garden not far from the Kohtuotsa viewing platform, where legend tells you a Danish King whose name I cannot pronounce was born. There is not an awful lot to see here, other than the stature of the man himself and a small...More
Your guidebook is bound to take you through here- the statues add to the scene and give another fun photo opportunity. Great city views,but unless you time your visit you will share it with the masses with the same guide/ guidebooks!
Another attraction on Old Town that makes the visit worth it. Get opportunity to get some historic perspective of the culture and view the area from above and get some real great pics of the visit. Located in Toompea Hill. Restful spot to relax and...More
This is a great place to view the medieval city walls, and look out over the old town. We first came here on a private walking tour, and had to come back. It's easy to access and there are cafe's around as well.
Pretty plaza with a nice lookout area that provides a nice lookout over Tallin.
Lots of statues throughout with a restaurant on site. These walls were built to defend Tallin, you can climb the stairs to the tower for views.
Just below the old city walls and about half way up to Toompea, this area has a lovely view back over the old town. The legend has it that the Danish flag floated down for heaven here.There are also 3 creepy monk statues and a...More