Things to Do When You Visit Tallinn

There are so much to do and so much to see while you are visiting Tallinn, and it is really very difficult to prioritise them. Each of the visiting places have some unique story which is very difficult to find in any other place in the world. Therefore, if you are visiting Tallinn for a short period then try visiting at least these places.

You can always go for autorent Tallinnas which will be a better option to visit the following important locations.

  1. Telliskivi Loomelinnak

This is located near the old industrial complex which is next to the Balti railway station. It is very close to borders between Kalamaja districts and City centre Pelgulinna. This is one of the creative centres of Tallinn. This is one of the largest creative centre where you will find studios, ateliers, artist’s offices, creative companies and few NGO’s. In the creative city, there will be number of shops that offers natural products related to internal designs and plenty of café and restaurants. You can also enjoy various cultural events that are conducted during each Saturday.

  1. Chocolate shop and sweets in Rotermann Quarter

Are you fond of sweets? Then you must not miss the sweet surprise that you can find here. On the first floor of Kalev Chocolate shop, you can find sweets mastery and you can learn how you can make sweet with your own hands. You can also participate in the marzipan workshop and also chocolate workshop by booking your place in advance. The entry fee charges include the cost of all necessary tools with instructions.

  1. Kadriorg Park

This is one of the well-known parks in Estonia which has been created in 70 hectares of land. Its construction was started in 1718 and you can see the designs of 18th, 19th and 20th centuries in this park.

  1. Bastion passages

This mysterious passage was built during 17th and 18th centuries to conceal the movement of soldiers and various ammunition from the sight of the enemy. It was also used for monitoring movements of enemy.

  1. Kumu art museum

This museum was opened in 2006 and anyone who is interested in Estonian art and culture may visit here.

  1. Talinn television tower

This TV tower is one of the tallest buildings of Tallinn with a height of 314 meters.

You can visit all these places with car on rental from BCS Auto which is the brand name of one of best car rental companies in Estonia.