The city of Tallinn is surrounded by green areas where you can breathe fresh air. There are a large number of parks, gardens and forests, some in the city center, others on the outskirts.

Next we propose visiting the following green areas:

The Harku forest path

An 8 km circular trail located on the outskirts of Tallinn with dunes, swamps, pines and the mansion and Harku park.

Address: Tähetorni

How to get there:

  • Bus: 10, Kadaka puiestee stop; 20, 20A, 25, Nõva stop


Botanical Garden

With more than 4,500 species, the Garden holds temporary exhibitions, thematic visits and occasionally open-air concerts. In summer, it is possible to have a picnic.

Address: Kloostrimetsa tee 52

How to get there:

  • Bus: 34A, 38, Kloostrimetsa stop


  • May to September from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • October to April from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Kadriorg Park

The park that surrounds the palace of the same name has 70 hectares. Its construction began in 1718. Next to the Kumu art museum, the swan pond, the flowerbeds and the Japanese garden, designed by the Japanese landscape designer Masao Sone, stand out.

Address: Weizenbergi 37

How to get there:

  • Tram: 1, 3, Kadriorg stop


Tammsaare Park

Located in the city center, next to the National Theater. In 1896, the Tallinn market moved from the Town Hall Square to here. In 1978, the statue of the Estonian writer Anton Hansen Tammsaare was placed in the center of the park.

Address: Estonia puiestee, 2

How to get there:

  • Bus: 5, 14, 18, 20, 20A, 36, Viru stop; 9, 11, 14, 18, 20, 20A, 23, 40, 46, 48, Estonia stop
  • Tram: 1, 2, 3, 4, Viru stop

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