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  • Walking old Tallinn

    Please enjoy these attractions near Swissôtel Tallinn. These sights are within a brisk walk of your hotel. They will add joy and discovery to your journey.

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  • Swissôtel Tallinn



    Start your Vitality Walk at the front door of your home in Tallinn. You're perfectly located a pleasant walk away from the old city and the Baltic.

  • Tammsaare park



    Tammsaare refers to an island of oaks, and that's what you'll find in this urban green space with its benches to sit on and memorial sculptures to admire. 7 min

  • Tallinn Old Town



    Tallinn has never been ransacked and pillaged like other great cities, leaving its 1,000-year-old Old Town still authentically medieval. 10 min.

  • Museum of Occupations



    The museum surveys the 1940-1991 period of occupations of Estonia, first by the Soviet Union, then Nazi Germany, then the Soviet Union again. 19 min.

  • Aleksander Nevski katedraal (Aleksander Nevski Katedraal)



    This Orthodox cathedral in Tallinn Old Town is the city's greatest example of the Russian Revival style of late 19th century architecture. 21 min.

  • Toompea



    A World Heritage Site, this limestone hill covered with government buildings and a castle has always been at the heart of Estonia. 25 min.

  • Old City Harbour


    Harbor / Marina

    The largest passenger harbour in Estonia, this is also one of the busiest on the Baltic Sea. Book passage here to just about anywhere. 19 min.

  • Kadriorg Palace



    The original palace built for Catherine I by Peter the Great in the early 1700s, was rebuilt in the 1820s and now holds the Kadriorg Art Museum. 28 min.

  • Kumu kunstimuuseum (KUMU Kunstimuuseum)


    Art Museum

    The largest art museum in the Baltics, the KUMU houses many of the finest collections in northern Europe, both permanent and temporary exhibitions. 31 min.

  • Kadrioru Park



    Peter the Great bought this land in 1714 and decreed that it open to the public. The ponds, woods, and fields are perfect for quiet contemplation. 25 min.

  • Russalka



    The statue commemorates the sinking of the Russian warship Rusalka, or "mermaid," in 1893. Begin your long walk along the Baltic from here. 30 min.

  • Pürovel Spa & Sport

    One of the key elements on the path to natural vitality is exercise. With state-of-the-art fitness facilities, private fitness training, daily group exercise classes, an indoor pool, steam bath and sauna, two spa treatment rooms including a hydrotherapy bath tub – the choices are yours.

  • Make Your Own Vitality Guide

    Your hosts at Swissôtel have compiled this collection of local attractions. We'd love to get your feedback. Did you visit these places? Any recommendations? Do you prefer others? Please consider creating your own guide. We'd be delighted to share it in the Swissôtel Vitality Guide Collections. VitalityGuides@gmail.com

  • Tips for directions

    For directions, click on the folded map icon in the lower left of each destination. Type or copy "Swissotel CITYNAME" for the starting point, then click the "walking man" icon for options. Please ask hotel concierge for recommendations. Minutes listed in posts are approximate walking time direct from Swissôtel.

Swissôtel Vitality Guides

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