DWG Map Tallinn Estonia

Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, is a beautiful city that offers a range of natural attractions and parks for those who appreciate nature and outdoor activities. While Tallinn itself is not characterized by vast nature parks within the city limits, there are several natural areas and parks in the surrounding region that you can explore. Here are some notable ones:

  1. Lahemaa National Park: Located about 70 kilometers east of Tallinn, Lahemaa National Park is the oldest and largest national park in Estonia. It’s known for its diverse landscapes, which include coastal areas, forests, bogs, and historical manors. Visitors can enjoy hiking, cycling, and birdwatching in this pristine environment. The park also features several hiking trails and nature centers.
  2. Viimsi Nature Conservation Area: Viimsi Peninsula, situated just to the northeast of Tallinn, is home to this conservation area. It offers a picturesque coastal landscape, with rugged cliffs, forests, and various bird species. The area is popular for nature walks and birdwatching, as well as for exploring its many beaches and seaside promenades.
  3. Harku Forest: Harku Forest is a large forested area located to the west of Tallinn. It’s a great spot for outdoor activities like hiking, jogging, and mountain biking. The forest contains numerous trails and is a peaceful escape from the urban hustle and bustle.
  4. Keila-Joa Park: Approximately 25 kilometers west of Tallinn, Keila-Joa Park is famous for its impressive Keila Waterfall, which is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Estonia. The park also offers walking trails along the Keila River, making it a tranquil place to explore nature and enjoy a picnic.
  5. Rocca al Mare Nature Reserve: Rocca al Mare is a nature reserve located on the outskirts of Tallinn. It’s known for its unique coastal landscapes, featuring limestone cliffs, birdwatching opportunities, and the possibility to discover various plant species. The area is easily accessible from the city and offers a taste of nature close to urban life.

These natural areas and parks provide a range of outdoor recreational opportunities and opportunities to connect with Estonia’s rich natural heritage. They are perfect for those who want to escape the city and immerse themselves in the country’s beautiful natural surroundings.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

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