This open area at the edge of Old Town is a place of national symbolism and civic pride, as well as a favorite gathering spot.
Freedom Square is Tallinn's grandest public space. The monument to the War of Independence was unveiled here on Victory Day (23 June) in 2009. Its location in the city centre right next to the Old Town has made Freedom Square a popular place for people to get together and spend time.
This open area at the edge of Old Town is a place of national symbolism and civic pride, as well as a favourite gathering spot.
“This restaurant at the vibrant Telliskivi Creative City boasts of the best of Latin American dishes. Colourful interior, wide range of different dishes and cosy corner for the little ones make this place a perfect spot for whole families. On the menu are fresh salads, home-made tortillas, soups, mouth-watering mains and delicious desserts. Lunch offers during the week days. ”
“It's McDonalds, the one we all love and want! Just over the street of Söle and quite near-by. ”
Point of Interest
“National theatre is in the oldest theatre in Estonia that has been preserved in its original form built in 1910. The theatre has always specialized in productions of classic plays from world literature and contemporary drama from different countries. ”