You've explored the old town up and down, photographed all the sights, bought all the souvenirs, and now your soul is craving new impressions and picturesque landscapes? Then we have just what the you need: the top spots for wildlife in Estonia in the vicinity of Tallinn, especially if you are love outdoor recreation.
The most comfortable way to get to all these places is by car. If you came to Tallinn without one, and have a driver's license, you can easily rent one. You can use any international online service to find a suitable option for car rental Estonia. Try Rentalcars, or use the "Rent a Car" feature on Booking.com.
After you've resolved the car issue, it's time to choose the exact trip destination. The out-of-town attraction nearest to the Revelton Suites is Glehn Castle (19 minutes by car), built in 1886. The castle resembles a real medieval fortress, and next to it there is an observatory, a palm house, and the sculptures of Kalevipoeg (a hero of Estonian mythology) and a dragon (though in our humble opinion, it looks more like a crocodile). This place is also known for being the filming site of the Russian version of "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson: The Dog of the Baskervilles" by Igor Maslennikov. Unfortunately, you can't go inside the castle or the observatory, since they are not accepting visitors now, but you'll certainly enjoy the walk through the park, away from the city noise.