Old Town (Vanalinn) – the oldest part of Tallinn, with narrow cobblestone streets and beautiful medieval buildings. At the Main Square (Raekoja plats) you can find the Town Hall and the tiny Town Hall Pharmacy, established in 1422. Raekoja plats is also famous for its many popular restaurants and cafés, many of which offer outdoor seating nearly all year round. Tallinn city wall, a well-preserved medieval fortress with 20 defence towers, surrounds the Old Town. Tall Hermann is the most famous tower and part of the Toompea Castle.
Toompea (Cathedral Hill) in the Old Town has medieval castles and buildings, including the Virgin Mary´s Cathedral and Tower, where visitors can climb up a 69-metre high belfry. In Toompea you will also find the vantage points of Kohtuots and Patkul, and the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral with its beautiful onion domes.
Rotermann Quarter – an old industrial quarter, now rebuilt with an ultra-modern twist and thrilling architecture. The quarter offers various cultural events, trendy shops, restaurants and hotels.
Tallinn TV Tower – a popular attraction with panoramic views. Kiek in de Kök (peek in the kitchen), a combined tower and museum, also provides magnificent views over the city from the café on the top floor.
The most interesting museums include the Museum of Occupations and Freedom (Vabamu) showcasing the city's history and the Tallinn City Museum. The Estonian Open Air Museum (Rocca al Mare) gives an insight into the lives of the people of Tallinn and their animals in the 1800s. The art museum Kumu is located in the Kadriorg district where you can also find Estonia’s official Presidential Palace. Also, the maritime museum Seaplane Harbour (Lennusadam) is worth a visit.
Telliskivi Loomelinnak Creative City – a trendy old factory complex with little vintage shops, exquisite Estonian design and stylish cafés.