The tallest building in Tallinn, Estonia, is the Tallinn TV Tower which stands at a height of 313 metres. The free-standing tower was built to improve telecommunications for the 1980 Moscow Summer Olympics. Construction of the tower started in 1975 and was completed in 1980, it was built to the designs of architects David Basiladze and Juri Sinis. The tower has an observation deck at 170 metres that provides wonderful elevated views over Tallinn and afar.
Tallinn TV Tower is situated to the east of the city centre. If travelling by car, there is an onsite car park at the tower. The 38, 49 and 288 buses all travel to the tower from the city centre.
Opening Times and Admission
The tower is open to visitors daily 10am-6pm. Admission is set at 13 euros for adults and 7 euros for concessions.