Kadrioru Park, Tallinn
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Address: 10127 Tallinn, Estonia
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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About Kadrioru Park, Tallinn
Built alongside the Kadriorg Palace in the early 18th century, the Kadriorg park offers quaint greenery with water elements, colorful flower beds and romantic pathways that multiply the charm of the place. The Japanese Garden added to the park is absolutely stunning.
The Swan Pond with birds and a gazebo is the perfect place to stop by on a sunny day while the Kitchen building located on the grounds along with the nearby cafes, offer a perfect way for a leisurely stroll any time of the day. In winters, the park is a snowy wonderland. Spring sees Cherry blossoms warm up the entire park while summer embraces the blooming Irises and Orrises.
Kadrioru Park Information
- Additional Contact No: +372 606 6403
Kadrioru Park Ticket Prices
Admission fee for palace:
- Adult: Euros 5.5
- Family Ticket: Euros 11
- Pensioner and student: Euros 3.5 per person
Kadrioru Park Opening and Closing Hours
- Park and Palace are open 24 hours.
How To reach Kadrioru Park by Public Transport
- Bus: J. Poska
- Light Rail/ Tram: J. Poska
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car / Bike.
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Kadrioru Park, Tallinn Reviews
The grounds surrounding this old palace are so lovely even during our visit in the winter time. They are well maintained and very enjoyable to walk through. This park is several stops from old town by bus, but fairly easy to reach.
Lovely park with lots of different areas within, also quite a few museums and playgrounds. Good for walking, jogging, picnics, cultural experiences...
Beautiful place to be. Summer palace of Peter the great is there. It is now a museum without the original paintings and furniture then used. But the replicas are there and gives fairly good idea of the then lifestyle, status women then in the society, old Tallinn etc. Worth visiting.
Pretty nice location, but parking might become a problem. If this is the case, leave your car up on the hill on the Kumu parking lot and use the stairs to come down. Children will definitely enjoy the amusement park equipped with several rides.
A very relaxing and very full of energy at the same time.