Thrills in the sky
Why locals love it
The highest viewpoint in Tallinn was reopened in 2012 and quickly became one of the city’s most visited attractions with its futuristic interior, cool gadgets and interactive exhibitions. The TV Tower holds a special meaning for Estonians because of its role in the events of 1991 when four local engineers guarded it during the coup.
Why you should visit it
It even pays off just to look down 170 metres through the glass floor – thrills for everyone afraid of heights. It also has the highest open balcony in Northern Europe! Admission is 13€/7€, if booked online you'll avoid queues. Take bus 34A or 38 from Viru bus terminal to "Teletorn".