OK, so it’s now white but the city’s oldest building (dating from the 15th century) was once clad in red brick and was also bigger. This...
Despite its modest size, this museum covers 11,000 years of regional history. Archaeological finds and relics from the city’s Livonian,...
The typical star shape of the 17th-century Swedish ramparts that surrounded the old town can easily be spotted on a colour map as most...
Named after the Rolling Stones, the ‘Rolling Beer’ wins the award for friendliest and cosiest pub by a long shot. It’s a tiny rustic...
The name roughly translates as ‘organic-ish’, which is a fair assessment of the food offered at this artsy but homey cafe. There’s no...
Pühavaimu 15 · interesting places nearby
Piccadilly offers a plush, down-tempo haven for wine-lovers and an extensive range of coffee, tea and hot choc. Savoury food begins and ends with quiche – here it’s all about the sweeties, including moreish cheesecake and handmade chocolates.