There are plenty of prime spots to admire Tallinn's skyline from, and many of them won't cost you a cent. Toompea Hill is full of vantage points like Kohtuotsa and Patkuli viewing platforms with different angles over the Old Town and Baltic Sea. If you'd like an even higher perch, ascend to Lounge 24 at the Radisson Blu Sky Hotel and relish the view from the terrace alongside a cocktail or cappuccino. If you find yourself find traversing the countryside, stop by one of the many grand manor houses open to the public, each having a unique story and heritage.
Free nature activities
Immerse yourself in Estonia's natural splendour, available for all to enjoy. An extensive network of hiking trails with various difficulty levels and terrains leads you through protected bogs, forests and meadows. Along the way, birdwatching towers are a tranquil place to enjoy peace and quiet while observing hundreds of species of local and migratory birds.