Kadriorg Park, Tallinn
Categories: Nature & Parks
Home to a royal palace, Estonia's presidential residence, and a host of museums, Kadriorg Park serves as the primary green space for the greater Tallinn area. The park's network of paths and trails will take you through thick forest, past decorative ponds, and around lush garden plots. You'll find several art museums displaying works ranging from historical to contemporary. Visit the unassuming personal cottage of Peter the Great of Russia and the ornate 18th-century palace he built for his wife, Empress Catherine. Don't miss the angel-topped memorial to the Russalka, constructed to honor a Russian warship lost in 1893, which is one of many statues throughout the park. By using our Tallinn vacation planner, you can arrange your visit to Kadriorg Park and other attractions in Tallinn.
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Прекрасный старинный парк, названный в честь русской императрицы Екатерины I, парк и дворцовые строения в барочном стиле.Beautiful old Park, named in honour of Empress Catherine I, Park and palace buildings in Baroque style.show original
The park is very big and it has some very beautiful old buildings in it and also has a couple of very good places to eat and drink.
Здесь очень ярко и живо для Таллинна - сразу видно, что дворец строили как резиденцию русских царей, это видно и по организации парка с фонтанами. Красиво смотрится, особенно золотой осенью!Here is a very bright and snappy to Tallinn-immediately evident that Palace built as the residence of the Russian tsars, is evident and the park with fountains. Beautiful looks, especially Golden Autumn!show original
Biggest and best park in Tallinn, Estonia. Plenty of room for walking, sunbathing and just passing by. Japanese garden, beautiful pond, presidential palace and a few museums located in the park. Some nice cafe's around as well. Definitely worth a visit in summer.
It's a very beautiful park in the heart of Tallinn, with an amazing seaside walk nearby. Definitely recommend as one of the must-see's of the city.
Beautiful park, nice free playground and a little expensive pay per ride Tivoli style area.
Good running footpaths. All around a good place to just walk around and spend time. Japanese garden is a nice touch.
Best place in Tallinn to spend time in parc
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