Jog up your day
Jog up your day in Tallinn with Margit on 3rd and 4th Novmeber at 06.30 am in front of the Nordic hotel Forum.
For those who are into jogging we offer an amazing opportunity to see Tallinn in the dawn. Margit Lipstuhl, one of the top water aerobics trainers in Estonia, will offer a jogging tour in Tallinn. If You would like to get a different point of view of Tallinn then bring suitable clothing and running shoes with You.
Workshops and activities
Please register for the excursions at Teko.
The registration will begin on 2nd of November.
On the 3rd and 4th of November:
- Baking wonders – Estonian white/black bread, graham bread etc.
- Cooking – Estonian flavors
- Beauty – make yourself a lip balm and candle
- Educational technology workshop
- Gin workshop
Tallinn Old Town
Unlike many other capital cities in Europe, Tallinn has managed to wholly preserve its structure of medieval and Hanseatic origin. Due to its exceptionally intact 13th century city plan, the Old Town was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, joining the ranks of the world’s most recognized landmarks. Here you’ll find original cobblestone streets dotted with medieval churches and grandiose merchant houses, barns and warehouses many of which date back to the Middle Ages.
We offer to spend a day in an authentic medieval milieu and you will soon realize why so many visitors have described Tallinn Old Town as mystical, mesmerizing and addictive
On 5th of November
Rocca al Mare open-air museum
Open-Air museum offers You a chance to experience how Estonians lived many years ago. It is a life-sized reconstruction of an 18th-century rural/fishing village. There is a school, a shop, mils and twelve farmyards. By today, the territory of the museum is 72.22 and there are 74 exposed buildings.
Tallinn TV Tower
The Tallinn TV Tower is the highest building in Estonia – the tower reaches 314 metres. You can look over Tallinn from 170 m, this is the height of the viewing platform.
The Tallinn TV Tower was built when Moscow was selected to host the Summer Olympics in 1980 and Tallinn was the site of the Olympic sailing events. The TV Tower building was added to the official list of Olympic sites, which ensured easier access to construction materials. The TV Tower is now an “experience centre” with plenty to offer its visitors.
Kumu Art Museum
The aim of the Kumu Art Museum, opened in 2006, is to preserve and interpret Estonian art from the 18th century to present times. In 2008, the Kumu Art Museum received the European Museum of the Year Award from the European Museum Forum. During the walk in Kadriorg you can see the Estonian Presidential Palace, Kadriorg Palace and Kadriorg Park with its beautiful gardens.
Telliskivi Creative City
If you are fascinated by creative people, creative environments and industrial spirit, then you are welcome to the Tallinn Telliskivi Creative City tour. Telliskivi is an independent business center and creative city which is located on the territory of the former Baltic Railway factory. Soviet mechanics, locomotives, and transformers may be gone, but their industrial echo remains. Telliskivi Creative City has quickly become one of the most popular leisure time places among locals and tourists visiting Tallinn.
In Telliskivi Creative City You can find shops with an indie view, a gallery, several places to eat and drink, a flea market (open on Saturdays) and much more.
During the tour you can visit the market, exhibitions, creative workshops and Fotografiska, an open-minded meeting place, where world-class photography, sustainable good food and music meet.
A guided tour of the Maarjamäe Palace. This guided tour will provide an overview of the history of Maarjamäe. Visitors will be guided through the Film Museum’s “Take ONE” exhibition, acquainted with Maarjamäe Palace’s history, will complete the short tour of the “My Free Country” exhibition and finish with a tour of the outdoor exhibition of Soviet monuments.
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