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Completed in 2006, the attractive Beach Promenade has the feeling of a real resort and makes the Summer Capital's beaches inviting even in bad weather! Romantically winding down the beach, the promenade surprises you with is well-thought...more
All reviews shallow water nice walk baltic sea off season fresh air during summer rent a bike perfect place to take soft sand quiet place long walk ice cream excellent place sunny day small children nice park visit this place
City beach. Or state beach? In the summer this place must be packed. But in September it was great. Not much people, peace and quiet. No swimming, of course, yet we did see one brave man doing just that.
Stopped off to stretch the legs and had a lovely walk along the beach.
Even tried to paddle but didn't last long in the October waters.
Not much open but it added to the charm for us. A beautiful beach with great scenery out to...More
There is more happening during summer time on the promenade - ice cream stands, wind surfing, cafes on a lovely wooden path along the beach. But the place can also be visited during winter - endless snowfields and icy sea views. Just a few minutes...More
It was a pleasant experience to be able to walk barefoot in the shallow water, while watching the sunset. The beach was almost empty at that time, so it felt quite magical. (Bare in mind though, that there are lots of mosquitoes flying around)
The beach and the promenade are what Pärnu is known for, so it is the things to see and walk end to end when you're there. The beach is neat and wide, water super shallow, very easy to walk. Also you could rent bikes and...More
Kadriorg Palace gardes are very nice, small and compact, from walking distance from Tallinn city centre. Also Tallinn old town is in my opinion the prettiest old town of the Baltic capitals, so definitely worth a walk. Old... More
Kadriorg Palace gardes are very nice, small and compact, from walking distance from Tallinn city centre. Also Tallinn old town is in my opinion the prettiest old town of the Baltic capitals, so definitely worth a walk. Old town view point of Kohtuotsa is nice.
Telliskivi, west from Tallinn old town is a also worth a visit!
There are also very good restaurants in Tallinn, especially the number one in Tripadvisor Rataskaevu, but make a table resevation if you want to eat there.