Highlight during Tallinn panoramic tour:
Visit to Kadriorg Palace
Peter I began building the palace in 1718, and it was called Ekaterinenthal, or Catherinenthal, in honour of Catherine I.The architect of the temporary summer residence palace and park was the Italian Niccolo Michetti, who was later involved with the famous Peterhog Palace. It is said that the tsar himself laid the first foundation stones for the palace.
Program idea Estonia - In the beginning of the ХХ century, Pirita became a place to relaxing for the city elite. Fresh sea air, pine forest and sandy beach was perfect place to escape from city commotion. From 1929, directly by the sea, opened the doors to vacationers Pirita modern beach resort. Edgar Johan Kuusik and Franz Johan de Vries were designers and architects of this resort.
The building could accommodate up to 2,000 people. There was also a cafe ...
Our cozy Café is one of the few places left where you can relax and take a time off. This is the place to enjoy life while having gourmet food or drinks made perfectly to your order.