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Manniku Safari Center

Manniku Safari Centre (Trapi tee, Hostel Trapi, Männiku, Harju county) — The Safari Centre lets groups explore the wilds of Estonia on all-terrain quad bikes. Groups of four to 14 people can go on guided trekking adventures that last anywhere from a few hours to an entire weekend. Trips of up to 10 days are […]

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Jeti Ice Arena

Jeti Ice Arena (Suur-Sõjamäe 14B, Tallinn) — one of two indoor ice arenas in Tallinn, the Jeti ice arena was opened in 2000 by Estonian hockey legend Jari Kurri. It has two full-size hockey rinks and five special curling sheets as well as a dressing and drying rooms, a sauna and a cafeteria. Check Jeti’s […]

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Nõmme Snow Park

Nõmme Snow Park (Vana-Mustamäe tee 16) — Nõmme Snow Park opens as soon as the weather permits and lasts until the last snowflake has melted away. Fun-filled activities make this place perfect for visitors of all ages. Professional instructors help you to stay on feet and make the most of your day out. See Nõmme’s […]

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Jazzkaar International Jazz Festival

Jazzkaar International Jazz Festival (various venues within Tallinn and elsewhere in Estonia) — this is the biggest Jazz Festival in the Baltics held from 1990. Combining an interesting & unique program with bold solutions, Jazzkaar’s team is able to create the best Festival with the smallest budget in the Nordic countries — bringing the biggest […]

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Tallinn Old Town Days

Tallinn Old Town Days (Tallinn) — held since 1982, this traditional summer festival (which takes place in late May & early June) is one of the red-letter events for the people of Tallinn, with plenty to do for children, teens, adults and seniors alike. There are events that will touch your heart, make you laugh […]

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Tallinn Medieval Days

Tallinn Medieval Days – visitors and locals alike head back to the middle ages as the Medieval Days come to life again in the Old Town. Tallinn was a flourishing trading port in the Middle Ages — full of color, vigor, and energy. The “Medieval Days” festival attempt to recapture Tallinn’s glorious past. There are […]