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Walk from our city-centre hotel to historic Old Town
Just 500 metres from our hotel lies one of the best-preserved medieval town centres in Northern Europe. This UNESCO World Heritage site dates back to the 13th century. After touring the picturesque streets of Old Town, visit one of the nearby museums or attend a performance at the Estonia Opera House. The beach at Pirita is also a popular spot to spend a sunny day. Read more below about our selected points of interest.
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0,93 mi / 1,5 km from the hotel
Explore the most outstanding palatial and urban park in Estonia with its art museums, numerous monuments, swan pond, and impressive presidential palace.
Tallinn Old Town
0,94 mi / 1,51 km from the hotel
Take a stroll through charming cobblestone streets and admire the medieval city's whimsical architecture while learning about its history and culture.
Telliskivi Creative City
1,16 mi / 1,86 km from the hotel
Discover the largest creative center in the country and mix culture and pleasure by visiting designer stores and studios, restaurants, cafes and galleries.
Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
0,79 mi / 1,27 km from the hotel
This magnificent, well-maintained cathedral in the heart of Tallinn is the main Russian Orthodox cathedral in Estonia. Dating back to 1900, the cathedral is richly decorated both inside and out, with a mixed historicist style. Listen out for the church bells during your stay in Tallinn.
Estonian National Opera
0,44 mi / 0,71 km from the hotel
Tallinn’s majestic, historical opera house is located in the heart of the city center and has established itself among Europe’s great opera houses. A temple of art and symbol of Estonian independence, visitors can explore the art nouveau building, or enjoy an hour-long tour before a performance.
Seaplane Harbour and Maritime Museum
1,27 mi / 2,04 km from the hotel
Best known for its architecturally unique Seaplane Hangars, this harbour was built over a century ago and is now home to Estonia’s extensive, high-tech Maritime Museum for collecting, preserving, studying, and presenting Estonian maritime culture and history.