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From the stunning beaches of Parnu to exploring the picturesque town of Otepaa, here are some of the best day trips to Tallinn, Estonia. Viljandi, the capital of Estonian folk music, is a beautiful city with a rich history and a great sense of history. Sources: 1, 12

This place is home to Estonia’s oldest university and is full of attractions such as the Toy Museum of Tartu, which is an ideal place to visit when you travel as a child. You can also rent a boat on the lake, see a play in the Ugala Theatre, visit the Museum of the Estonian Academy of Sciences and the Estonian National Museum. There is also a good railway museum in the region, known for its collection of old trains from Estonia’s history. Sources: 1, 12

Outside the capital, there are plenty of unique places to visit and there are many opportunities to spend a long day with guided tours, including the Estonian National Museum, the University of Tartu and the Estonian Academy of Sciences. After a day of exploring Tallinn or Helsinki, there are plenty of activities to keep you entertained, from a Finnish sauna to a visit to an ancient museum and a drink in a local bar. Outside Tallinna, you can also visit an abandoned hydroelectric power plant, which has only been built in recent years due to a lack of electricity, and the construction of a new power plant. Sources: 0, 1, 8

One of these places is Paldiski, located in the northwestern corner of Estonia, and it is one of the only places on the Baltic Sea where you can see sandstone exposures directly on the sea. Sources: 5, 10

The longest path is over 700 m long, which is a lot for a flat country like Estonia, but more than that. The border between Narva and the fortress is one of the most beautiful places on the Baltic Sea and also a great place for hiking. Sources: 12

This is said to be one of the best dive sites in the Baltic, and that is why my colleague Kristaps and I went there. When we first dived Rummu, the place was unknown to many divers in Finland. Sources: 10, 11

The sea water is probably one of the most beautiful places to be found anywhere in Northern Europe, but this place is truly unique. As we sat on the sunny beach, I couldn’t help but think how far we might have gone a few decades ago, when this beautiful place was full of misery. Today, the beach is served by a mine, and the water of the lake is probably as good as any I # We have seen it, if not better than what is found elsewhere in northern Europe. Sources: 6

The Estonian Mining Museum is located in the town of Rammu, where most of the mining sites are located. The work has created 16,000 jobs in mining and a range of other industries, including mining and mining equipment. There is even a land-based nuclear reactor and a nuclear power plant with a capacity of 1,500 MW. Sources: 0, 12

There is also a vocational school in the prison area, which teaches tractor drivers and metal workers, and most of the prisoners “days are filled with mining sand and slate. If you want to explore one of Estonia’s most important mining sites, Rammu, you can book a visit to Rammu Estonia, the largest mining complex in Estonia. On your tour you will have the opportunity to discover mystical Bronze Age tombs in Rebala, the ancient ruins of a medieval castle and the old town of R Kashmir and see the beautiful Jagala waterfall. Visit the Estonian Mining Museum, a museum of mining and mining equipment from the early 20th century. Sources: 1, 2, 8, 10

We think the Rummu Quarry can be a great place to visit, and there is a lot to discover below. It is very popular with divers because the water is crystal clear and the locals use it as a secret beach even in the summer months. But mostly it’s an industrial gloom, preserved by the Soviets and sought by artists. Sources: 8, 12

If you want to learn more about Estonian culture and landscape, a visit to the region’s old national parks should be on your itinerary. Lahemaa is a beautiful pine and pine country with a lot of natural beauty and a great place for hiking and camping. You can visit the abandoned Soviet buildings, but compared to Finland it is a completely different experience. Sources: 1, 2, 9, 10

The capital of Estonia is blessed with wonderful sights and unique architecture, and its streets are paved with green grass, green trees and green roofs, as well as plenty of natural beauty. Sources: 1

The 1980 Moscow Olympics brought many beautiful and strange buildings to Tallinn, while regattas were held here. When Estonia regained independence in 1991, many Soviet institutions were evacuated, including Rummu Prison. Murru Prison is known for its underwater prison, which is part of a series of soviets on its way. A grisly place called Patarei was one of the most feared places in Estonia when it was occupied by the Nazis and Soviet forces and many death sentences were carried out. Sources: 2, 3, 4, 7

Places: Rammu, Estonia

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