To appreciate the many textures of Tallinn, pull on some comfortable shoes and explore nearby areas such as Tallinn, Kristiine, and Laagri.
To really understand Tallinn, visit one of its many cultural destinations. Spend a quiet afternoon viewing the exhibits at the Dominican Monastery Museum and City Museum. Arts lovers can enjoy a night of great entertainment at venues such as the Estonian National Opera and the Kanut Guild Hall. Visit the Estonian Art Museum, to get your fill of art.
Get your body moving in the great outdoors at the many picturesque places nearby. Relax and enjoy the fresh air. Leave the busy streets behind and enjoy the cool shade in public parks such as the Danish King's Garden.
If you have time in and around Nomme, be sure to visit the Kiek in de Kok, Dominican Monastery and Pikk Hermann. The St. Olav's Church and the Church of the Holy Spirit offers travellers to Tallinn a chance to better understand the religious history of the area. Learn about Tallinn’s past by visiting the Great Coastal Gate.
Enjoy window shopping and purchase some original souvenirs at popular nearby malls and markets such as the Rotermanni Shopping Centre.
This area is home to the much-loved Estonia National Team soccer team and FC Flora Tallinn in summer. Both teams play regular matches at A. Le Coq Arena. If sports are not your thing and you’d rather see a concert or show, check out the stadium’s entertainment guide for dates and prices.
Finding somewhere convenient to stay within the Nomme area is a breeze. Take your pick from the Swissotel Tallinn, the von Stackelberg Hotel Tallinn, or the Hotel Telegraaf.