The celebrated Old Town has by far the highest concentration of sights and attractions of anywhere in Tallinn. These areas are where Tallinn Card users spend most of their time, exploring the medieval streets and buildings, visiting museums and shops, and taking advantage of the city’s best dining and nightlife opportunities.
Sitting at the western edge of the city, Rocca al Mare is best known as the site of the sprawling Estonian Open Air Museum, where 19th-century village life is recreated. But the area also holds some other interesting attractions for Tallinn Card users: the Tallinn Zoo, and the FK Keskus recreation centre and more.
Kadriorg, a quiet, leafy area just east of the city centre, is famous for the elaborate Baroque palace that Peter the Great had built here in the early 1700s. The surrounding forests, ponds and fountains make Kadriorg an ideal place for a quiet stroll, though many visitors also come for the art – this is the site of the nation's main art museums. Slightly further up the coast, the Pirita district is ...