The two lovebirds had their final romantic dinner in the ballroom of Kadriorg Palace, a stunning palace built by Czar Peter the Great and named for his wife, Catherine I. During the day, the palace functions as an art museum. The building is just as gorgeous as the works on display. Look up at the ballroom ceiling — it's a work of art in and of itself. The garden and surrounding green space make up one of the largest parks in Tallinn. Wander the grounds and marvel at the ancient chestnut and oak trees; during autumn, the leaves are ablaze with oranges, reds, and yellows.
A day that goes from rustic to ritzy
The group date got a glimpse of traditional folklore and rituals at the Open Air Museum. The group had guidance from a local "witch," who helped them open their hearts to love. The leafy trees and relaxing paths of the museum grounds are sure to open your heart — breathe in and enjoy the fresh air!