This a juwel with big trees on a large scal terrain. Walk through on a trip to the Kumu museum. On the route you find the presidential work palace.
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Long shadowy alleys, Japanese garden, running water and lots of sunny lawns to have picnic on ... Big playgroungs for children and many good eating places nearby.
There is not much to see here. If this is the final stop on your tour, I would recommend leaving the tour in the old, walled section of the city and spend a little more time wandering the charming old town.
very nice castle park outside the city with lovelly gardens, an oasis of tranquility with a coffeebar inside the castle and at the entrance of the park.
Worth a short tram ride from Viru up to the park, we had a nice sunny day so enjoyed a walk around and viewed the palace from the outside. We coincided with 2 coach tour groups at the palace which made things very crowded and...More
Beautiful park, with a number of great museums including Peter the Great's cottage, Kadriorg Palace Art Museum, KUMU Modern Art Museum and the Rusalka Memorial.
Very interesting history to the palace. We got an uber from Tallinn town which wasn't too expensive. The Palace itself is very impressive and some really good history and art to enjoy. The cafe is great, particularly the staff - two girls helped my friends...More
We didn't go into the palace but the outside and its gardens were beautiful. The park is also where the president's office is (in another historical building) and the park itself is very beautiful. I can only imagine how it will look when all of...More