Discover Tallinn's medieval heritage and intriguing history

The new Radisson Collection Hotel, Tallinn, welcomes you to the center of Tallinn, a charming European capital filled with medieval landmarks. An excellent destination to explore on foot, we're a short walk from the Old Town, classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Freedom Square, where locals meet for outdoor events, museums, and other cultural treasures.

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Kadriorg Park

1.09 mi / 1.76 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

0.85 mi / 1.37 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.

Estonian National Opera

0.26 mi / 0.41 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.

Toompea Hill and Castle/Estonian Parliament Residence

0.73 mi / 1.17 km from the hotel
Toompea Castle is a hilltop fortress wrapped in legends and history. Built on top of ruins from the 9th century, parts of the castle date back to the 13th and 14th centuries, while the Baroque facade was built in the 19th century. Today, this landmark is the residence of Estonia's Parliament.

Freedom Square

0.47 mi / 0.76 km from the hotel
Near Tallinn's Old Town, Freedom Square is one of the city's favorite spots for gatherings and celebrations. Relax on a terrace, snap photos of Art Deco architecture, and visit the Monument to the War of Independence. There is also an archeological excavation site on display that dates back to medieval times.

KUMU Art Museum

1.35 mi / 2.18 km from the hotel
Visit one of Estonia's largest and most complete art museums, showcasing sculptures, paintings, and other works dating back to the 18th century until today. In addition to the permanent exhibitions, KUMU hosts between eight and 10 temporary exhibits per year.