As a seaside city, Tallinn has close-by islands, Aegna, Naissaar and Prangli, offering great opportunities to enjoy untouched nature, coastal history and seaside romance. Most importantly the trips to the islands depart right from the city centre.
Aegna's distinctive natural features are; old woods, diverse beaches, small bogs and big boulders. There are also number of historic object such as the Peter the Great’s coastal defence battery maritime fortress from World War I.
Regular trips to Aegna take place by a ferry named Juku.
More information from www.veeteed.com.
Naissaar is known for its beautiful sandy beaches and diverse nature. The island also has an interesting cultural and military heritage. During the Nargen Festival many concerts and performances take place on the island.
Regular trips to Naissaar take place by a ferry named Monica.
More information about the trips from www.tallinn-cruises.com.
With Tallinn Card 50% discount on the cruise to Naissaar and train ride on the island.
Prangli is the only North-Estonian island, where people have lived on since the 13th century. During the Soviet times the island was a closed border area. Today the island greets visitors with typical and genuine fishing village atmosphere, untouched nature and colourful coastal history.
Regular trips to Prangli take place with a ferry called Vesta.
More information about the island from www.tallinndaytrip.com.
With Tallinn Card 15% discount on the day trip to Prangli island.