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Team members of centrally located hotel in Tallinn, Park Inn by Radisson Central Hotel, have come up with several fantastic running routes to help fitness enthusiasts, from amateur joggers to keen runners to keep up their fitness routine while staying in Tallinn. 5 km routes take you to marvellous Kadriorg Park, bohemian Telliskivi or beachside Pirita Area. All routes start and finish at the hotel – perfect for anybody looking for a quick lunchtime workout or a lengthy jog to kill an entire morning. The distances are  not too long, and hopefully you`ll have enough energy and time to look around a bit.  Take a closer look at the routes at https://www.parkinn.com/hotel-centraltallinn/runinn

Simply choose from the list below:

Tallinn Kadriorg 5km #runinn

A run of just a few kilometres — or you can even take a tram for a few stops — takes you through beautiful Kadrioru Park. The history of this green island dates back to the 17th century when Peter the Great decided to build a castle here. Today you can find the Estonian president’s residence here. There are lakes with white swans, and if you sneak around instead of running, you might even meet a bat. This track is perfect both for running and walking.

Tallinn Kalamaja 5km #runinn
If you`re interested in jogging in an environment that is both beautiful and interesting, we suggest this 5-kilometre route. Most of the trail runs on a separate road meant only for joggers, walkers and cyclists. The track is covered with thin rubble, so it is very friendly and soft for your feet. The distance is not too long, and hopefully you`ll have enough energy and time to look around a bit.

Along the way, you will notice several historical buildings and the magical environment of one of the oldest part of Tallinn. Start your way along Narva maantee to the west. Continue along Mere puiestee, until you reach Tallinn Linnahall, which is the only public seaside building constructed in the Soviet era. In about 900 metres you will notice on your right the Patarei Prison Museum. In about 200 meters the road turns slightly to the right. Continue until you see the Tallinn Seaplane Harbor rising up before you. It’s the largest museum in Estonia and an internationally important architectural and historical monument due to its seaplane hangars made of reinforced concrete. You can spend some time here and have a rest or turn around and jog back the way you came.

Tallinn Pirita 5km #runinn
This track is a bit longer. Of course you can shorten your run by turning back at any point you wish. The track runs along the coast of Tallinn Gulf. Enjoy wonderful sea and city views and the relaxing breeze. You have 2 options here — either take the more private track away from heavy traffic or just start running straight along the Narva maantee sidewalk, which will lead you to the same track. On our map we have marked 1 direction along the sea coast and another one heading along Narva maantee.