Pirita Klooster, Tallinn

Pirita Klooster - A Quick Overview


Address: Merivalja tee 18, 11911 Tallinn, Estonia

Phone: +372-6055044

Ticket Price: 2 EUR

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Time Required: 00:45 Mins

Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details

Currently Closed

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Walking Area, Family And Kids, Monastery

Website: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki?curid=13144326

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About Pirita Klooster, Tallinn

Dedicate to St. Brigitta, the Convent was built in the 15th century and during its prime, was one of the largest Catholic monasteries in Old Livonia.

Even though the monastery was attacked during the Livonia war by Russian troops, today, the place still stands tall with classic Tallinn architecture in stone construction. Visit the ruins to see a chapter of the city’s history that was short lived. However, the ruins still have a certain charm and is perfect for a walk when in the city.

Pirita Klooster Information

  • Other contact detail: +372 58173560

Pirita Klooster Ticket Prices

Admission Fee:

  • Adult: Euros 2
  • Children, students and pensioners: Euro 1
  • Family ticket 4 Euros

How To reach Pirita Klooster by Public Transport

  • By Bus: Pirita
  • By Taxi
  • By renting a Car / Bike.

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Pirita Klooster, Tallinn Reviews

  • Good place to visit in non-popular part of Tallinn. But unfortunately closed now.

  • A site Estonia should be proud of, gorgeous in rainy days, especially in the evening, BUT Humanity invented revolving doors, to let people exit the area of popular touristic site, even if the so called guard can't wait till the announced closing time (that can be asked only by phone, in the same day of the visit), .and don't lock the gate, without even checking if someone is inside ,Besides,actually there is no normal opening hours and you can reach the site's gates in a dry sunny day, and it will be closed. The modern fence on the good old walls around is also very strange. Nevertheless, it's highly reccomended to visit Pirita Convent ruins, and feel the atmosphere of the Middle Ages. Good luck!

  • Like this historic outdoor sight. It's not that big but interesting. Small entrance fee.

  • Pictureque ruins, too bad you can't go into the tower.

  • Very calm and quiet. Ruins, flowers and cemetery. The entrance fee is 2 €

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