Sports Events in Tallinn

  • Supporters from JK Tallinna Kalev, great fun...
    Supporters from JK Tallinna Kalev, great...
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  • Kalevi Keskstaadion, no football here...
    Kalevi Keskstaadion, no football here...
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  • But football here...
    But football here...
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    Mountain ski in best slopes in Estonia

    by sihi Written Jan 27, 2014

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    If you (being in Estonia) want to do some extreme sports like mountain skiing, snowboarding or another activity (in summer) and you want to do that in the best extreme sport centre in Estonia - you have leave Tallinn and move to town of Kiviõli.

    In february 2013 Mountain extreme sports centre was opened on oldest Kivioli artifical mountain. Highest mountain ski slopes in Estonia and Baltic states locate there.

    Centre has different length ski slopes; snowboard park with 3 levels - Pro, Medium and Easy; Descent ropes; mountain cars; moto bike centre; cykle downhill; climbing court etc.

    Beneath on mountain basis some new buildings are located - hostel, cafe, sauna and conference centre locate there.

    Equipment: You can rent all equipment you need there.

    Kivi��li - Idea for trip from Tallinn. Kivi��li - Best slopes in Estonia.
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    • Skiing and Boarding
    • Mountain Climbing

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    splashing... and spa

    by call_me_rhia Updated Oct 22, 2013

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    Inside the Tallink Hotel, on the ground floor by the lobby, there's a large spa complex offering several swimming-pools, fidderent types of saunas and spa tratments. Excellent to relax, have a drink in the main pool and spend a rainy day with your family.

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    Kalevi Keskstaadion

    by ValbyDK Written Jun 29, 2013

    In April, 2012, I thought I was going to watch a football match at the Kalevi Keskstaadion, which was built in 1956, holds 12,000, and is home stadium of JK Tallinna Kalev. But when I arrived at the stadium, it was totally covered by snow, and the match was moved to a nearby football training field. Much smaller place, but no ploblem because there were only 200-300 spectators for the match between JK Tallinna Kalev and JK FC Flora in the Meistriliiga.

    JK FC Flora won 3-0, and they were a much better team. JK FC Flora is also the most famous of the two clubs; they have won the national league and the Estonian Cup several times, and players like Mart Poom and Andres Oper started their career at JK FC Flora.

    Supporters from JK Tallinna Kalev, great fun... Kalevi Keskstaadion, no football here... But football here...

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    Want to go to a gym???

    by JeffandMerliis Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Unfortunately, my work schedule keeps me away from Tallinn, and my wife, for 2 months at a time... when I am home I like to go to a gym in order to keep fit. Although there are many gyms in Tallinn, there are only a couple that will allow you to pay as you go. I would say to steer clear of all of the gyms in town except Club 26 at the Reval Hotel Olympia. Although this is not the most well-equipped fitness facility I have ever been to, it has enough equipment to keep you busy, and the price is not bad either.

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  • LaserClay and Archery

    by zetabow Written Aug 11, 2008

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    LaserClay shooting is great fun, five people can shoot clays and electronic scoreboard keeps score of fasted and best shot, safe for all the family as fires harmless infrared beams instead of bullets.

    Archery shooting with expert instructors and special field course

    Equipment: All equipment supplied, just need sturdy shoes and warm clothes if weather is cold

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    • Adventure Travel
    • Family Travel

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    The beach

    by Gili_S Written Sep 27, 2003

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    Tallinn (or Estonia in general) has very nice beaches, good wind also for wind surfing and sailing. The Moscow 1980 Olympic competition was here, and also the world championships last year.

    Equipment: Don't look at this bad weather picture, I was just on the wrong day here.

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    Medieval archery

    by penumbra Written Oct 1, 2011

    In the Tallinn old town you can try your hand a some medieval archery or just watch the professional plunk some arrows into the target.

    Straight shooter
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    • Budget Travel
    • Family Travel
    • Festivals

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