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Kadriorg, now one of the districts of central Tallinn, originated as a summer residence of the Russian Tsar Peter the Great and covered, besides the palace and the regular gardens, over 70 hectares of land.
City park - green area with royal residencies and fountains, connecting to a beautiful promenade
This is central park area what was historically a summer redience for Russian empress. These days it is public park where modern and classical art museums are located. there is also Presidents office in the area. Lovely place to have a walk. There is also promenade to the sea.
There is something romantic in strolling the streets of Kadriorg, having a coffee here and a lunch there, taking a walk in the park and to the seaside, and booking a table in the neighbourhood restaurant, which happens to be one of the best in Tallinn. And all that time you are just 15 minute walk…