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We all know that whether it is for our social media profiles or for keeping good memories - taking good photos is important when travelling. To make sure that you won't miss any good photo opportunities, here is a list of places to inspire you for a great photo album, Instagram story, travel blog or simply to add to your Tallinn itinerary. Cover photo by ©Katie and Xavier Ritzi - Kohtuotsa viewing platform 1. Stenboch viewing platform There is hardly anyone who visits Tallinn without seeing the Old Town. Although the winding streets and Medieval houses already offer endless opportunities for taking charming photos, nothing beats the view from higher up. For that reason, people love the Stenbock viewing platform, looking right over the Old Town and towards the St Olaf's Church. Find the viewing platform on this 1.5 hour Old Town Walking Tour which also takes you to many other picturesque sights on the way. 2. Jägala waterfall Jägala waterfall has become a 'Must-see' place when visiting Tallinn as it is just 30 minute drive from the city. The waterfall is gorgeous all-year-round, especially in winter when it freezes. There are few other waterfalls near Tallinn that you can read about in our blog post 7 Wonderful Waterfalls Near Tallinn. Visit the waterfall during the Day Trip to Lahemaa National Park, or perhaps on this Half-Day Tour to Jägala. You can also add it to your tour to the Husky Park, or combine it with your Old Town Tour. There are plenty of options to choose from so don't miss out! 3. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral This can be the most crowded place in Tallinn Old Town during the summer months. As the church has free entry, people often queue to see the church from the inside.
We all know that whether it is for our social media profiles or for keeping good memories – taking good photos is important when travelling. To make sure that you won’t miss any good photo opportunities, here is a list of places to inspire you for a great photo album, Instagram story, travel blog or