St Elizabeth’s Lutheran Church
Named after John the Baptist's mum but also the Russian empress at the time it was built (1747), this baroque church has low dangling...
St Catherine’s Orthodox Church
Built in 1768, this superb baroque church is named after Russian empress Catherine the Great, while also name-checking the early...
The typical star shape of the 17th-century Swedish ramparts that once surrounded the Old Town can easily be spotted on a colour map as...
Revellers jam into the warm, dark-wood interior of this fun Irish pub for a huge beer menu, tasty pub grub, occasional live music and a...
The queue out front should alert you – this is a top choice for thin-crust and pan pizzas, particularly in summer when you can dine...
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Trahter Postipoiss information
Housed in an 1834 postal building, this rustic tavern has excellent Russian cuisine (ranging from simple to sophisticated), a convivial crowd and imperial portraits watching over the proceedings. The spacious courtyard opens during summer and there’s live music on weekends.