Kadrioru park

Kadrioru park on Eesti silmapaistvaim lossi- ja linnapark, mis laiub u 70 hektaril. Parki hakati rajama 1718. aastal Peeter I korraldusel. Kadrioru pargis näeb 18., 19. ja 20. sajandi  iseloomulikke pargikujundusvõtteid.

Pargi populaarseimad jalutuskohad on Luigetiigi lillepeenardega kaunistatud ümbrus ning sealt lossi juurde viiv promenaad.

Kadrioru pargis asuvad mitmed muuseumid, näiteks KUMU, Kadrioru kunstimuuseum, Mikkeli muuseum ning monumendid kultuuritegelastele, näiteks skulptor Amandus Adamsonile, kirjanik F. R. Kreutzwaldile ning kunstnik Jaan Koortile.

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  • chicago90Phoenix chicago90Phoenix
    The park was a great break from old town and provided an alternative venue for activity

    We hopped on the tram adjacent to old town and 15 minutes later were at the beginning of the park. Beautiful gardens, the palace and the art museum all within walking distance. Great signage, tall...

  • MaijaNiem MaijaNiem
    Blossom and beauty

    Once you are in Tallinn, get there for a walk, spacious enough to see all the Palace itself, gardens, fountains and blooming flowers. Definitely go to Japanese Garden, such a peaceful place. There...

  • MFC31 MFC31
    Beautiful on a Sunny Day!

    We walked out to the palace and gardens from the Old Town and it was a beautiful walk culminating in one the loveliest gardens you will find. It's a huge area full of benches, walkways and paths that...


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