Meet our neighbours: Kadriorg Park
One of Tallinn’s most prestigious and beloved areas – Kadriorg – is just a short 15 minutes walk from Kalevi Panorama. Low-rise buildings, museums and monuments of residential architecture, quietness and peacefulness even during rush hours – this is just a short list of advantages that both residents and visitors appreciate this area for.
The heart of the neighborhood is Kadriorg Park. Kadriorg, founded by Peter I in 1718, is the most prominent Baroque and city park in all of Estonia. Its territory covers almost 70 hectares. Several museums are located here: KUMU, Kadriorg Art Museum, Mikkel Museum.
Several cafes and restaurants operate on the territory of the park, and one of Tallinn’s largest children’s playgrounds is also located there.
An additional bonus for the owners of the Kalevi Panorama penthouses – a spectacular view of Kadriorg from the windows of the apartments.