St Nicholas’ Church Museum
Dating from the 13th century, St Nicholas’ houses the Estonian Art Museum’s collection of medieval religious art. Its most famous work...
Harju Ice Rink
Wrap up warmly to join the locals at the Old Town’s outdoor ice rink. You’ll have earned a hõõgvein (mulled wine) by the end of it.
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Entertaining, good-value tours – including a free, two-hour walking tour of the capital, departing at noon daily. Bike tours (€13 to...
While the name may mean ‘hell’, the descent to this particular underworld is too brightly lit to be devilishly atmospheric. For...
There’s a dearth of cafes in Toompea, so fuel up en route. This pretty pit stop offers old-world charm to go with its delectable...
Niguliste Church information
The majestic Niguliste Church , a minute's walk south of Raekoja plats(Town Hall Square), is now used to stage concerts and serves as a museum of religious art. At the foot of the slope below the Niguliste Church is the carefully exposed wreckage of the buildings that stood here before the Soviet bombing of Tallinn on the night of 9 March 1944.