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east of Tallinn and is a place to find some nice forests, seaside and swamps and bogs. One of the most suggested place to go there is Viru raba (Viru bog), that has 5 km foot track and watching tower. You can also start and finish in same location if you go to the tower and back or take a round trip back to start around the bog. There are good maps and information tables at the track. Popular tours to National Park are organized by City Bike, daily. * Kaberneeme village is about 40 km east of Tallinn on the coast. The village has a 2 km long beach area with pine tree forests edging right up to the shore. * Tartu - Estonia's student town, 2-3 hr by car or bus to the south-east. * Jägala Falls. The Jägala Falls (Jägala juga) is Estonia's largest waterfall. It is better to go early in the morning to catch the soft dawn light or in the evening when the sun shines on the falls. During cold winters, Jägala Falls freezes in a spectacular fashion and is well worth seeing. It is located near Tallinn, 15-30 min car drive. * Hop on the ferry and you are in Helsinki in 2 hours. Remember to bring your passport (for citizens of the European Union an ID-card suffices). WikiPedia:Tallinn Dmoz:Regional Europe Estonia Harjumaa Tallinn Commons:Category:Tallinn

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