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Best things to do in Tallín

Barrio
“There is something romantic in strolling the streets of Kadriorg, having a coffee here and a lunch there, taking a walk in the park and to the seaside, and booking a table in the neighbourhood restaurant, which happens to be one of the best in Tallinn. And all that time you are just 15 minute walk from the busy Old Town. Kadriorg Park is without a doubt the best place in town for relaxed strolling, a family picnic or going for a run. Kadriorg is also home to the KUMU Art Museum, the historical Kadriorg Palace and the Presidential Palace, the President’s official home and offices. A little further from Kadriorg Park are the Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, where 100,000 Estonians gather every 5 years to sing together. Last Song Festival took place on 6-7 July 2019, and we were also singing there :-)”
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Plaza
“Town Hall Square in the old town. A nice place to have a walk and enjoy some history and culture. I wouldn't recommend eating at the town hall square though.”
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Point of Interest
“Some of the best Estonian performances are given at this grand theater and performance hall, including opera, ballet, musical theater, symphonic orchestra, and more.”
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Restaurante de comida de Europa del Este
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“Absolutly stunning food, should prebook for seating otherwise have to wait. Around the corner is also Väike-Rataskaevu 16.”
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Museum
“See how the Estonians lived 150 years ago before most moved to the cities. A tranquil park filled with historic rural buildings.”
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Café
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“Another nice cafe on my street, although it gets a bit busy and crowded in the evenings.”
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Bar
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“Great place for a beer. They have a very nice terrace and a good vibe during the afternoons/evenings”
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Restaurante
“NOA is as open-minded and international restaurant with the beautiful view to Tallinn bay panorama.”
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Zoo
“Tallinn Zoo. Visit this place in a summer when the weather is nice. It takes about 2-3 hrs to walk through. Check pricing and opening hrs before going. ”
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Pastelería
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“our most favorite bakery ever. The ladys behind the counter are just awesome. Very cosy, homy, warm and good value, supernice cakes also. ”
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Café
“Organic, bohemian international cuisine near Kadriorg park. Great for brunch. If it is sunny, try sitting outside in the back! They also have a small grocery/food store section. ”
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Bar
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“Gives Kalamaja the social venue it needs. Scandinavian styled bar - 70/80 s furniture. You can play your own vinyl. Kind of hipster place, cozy, big variety of local snacks and beer, house wine, house proseco 2.50 per glass and so on..”
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Bar de cocteles
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“Author of the restaurant's kaleidoscopic interior design is Soho Fond, whose original work is widely recognised by the local community. The historical building once accommodated one of Estonia's most loved writers Oskar Luts, who wrote here his bestseller "The Spring” (“Kevade”). ”
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Barrio
“Has some of the most beautiful modern houses in Tallinn. Many nice little shops and loads of restaurants. ”
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Restaurante asiático
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“This roomy restaurant in the Telliskivi Creative City offers Asian foods mostly. The interior is bohemian and simple, with furniture from various eras combined into cosy islands for the visitors to dine and spend time comfortably. Lunch specials also available in the rich menu.”
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Beach
“If you want to go to beach, I recommend Stroomi. It still has this nice soviet vibe :)”
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