Kadriorg park

You will be in the most beautiful park in Tallinn just within a couple of minutes where you can enjoy the Japanese garden, secret tracks, swans, squirrels and the Residence of the President. Various cultural events, concerts and flower festivals are held here all year round. Kadriorg park is also an art mecca –  the Estonian Art Museum, KUMU and Mikkeli Museum are located here.


By simply stepping out of your front door you are already on the promenade, whether it is  for a walk, a bicycle ride,  to roller skate or jog. The promenade with picturesque sea and city view is there for all year round and it has been the favourite promenade of citizens of Tallinn for decades.


Everything is just a short stroll form Rannapargi.

Morning coffee in NOP, Gourmet Coffee’s or Katharinenthal, nice lunch with world tastes in Villa Thai, Haku or Carramba. To celebrate special moments, the restaurants  Mon Repos, Kadriorg and iO are just around the corner.

Schools & kindergartens

You can find several kindergartens, recognized Tallinn School No 21 and Kadriorg German Gymnasium in the vicinity of Rannapargi.


The closest store, Kadrioru Centre “Must Luik“ is just a couple of minutes walk away  through the park. The demanding shopper will find Kaubamaja, Viru Keskus, Stockmann and Nautica Centre (former Norde Centrum just a couple of tram stops or short trip with the car form Rannapargi.

Health tracks

No other city district provides such good and different possibilities for sports than Kadriorg. Pirita promenade and the tracks of Kadriorg park are perfect for jogging or walking with your family or dog.

The pine belts and fresh air of the nearby Pirita beach and forest tracks are just great for bicycling and skiing. Historical tennis courts and track-an-field stadium are also located in Kadriorg. The snowy slopes of Song Festival Ground provide lots of fun for children and young people in winter.