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- The castle is absolutely worth the visit! Not much is saved from ancient times due to the border land status and the frequent wars, but the castle has been rebuilt with care, the views to the opposing russian fort are great and the audiovisual show is entertaining and educating for young and old.
Stockholm, SwedenWritten 6 August 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I would say that this is the main reason to visit Narva - see the Russian and the Estonian cities meet on the river. The location amazing, the forts are super impressive, it is clean, well maintained and has incredible views that differ from each angle. Highly recommended.Written 26 August 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- There were several shops I visited, I found nice handbags with reasonable price, pretty costume jewelery in the lobby area and good grocery store i.a. Good location near my hotel and long shopping hours including the special shops.Written 1 September 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Nice leafy vacation area. I took a stroll on the beach and stopped in a market as I left the area after a few nights stay. Very pretty and pleasant.Written 20 August 2020
- A short (20 minute each way) detour from the main highway between Narva and Tallinn. Well worth it to see this grand convent. Apart from the main monastery building, you can walk around the site however the nuns can sometime be a bit grumpy and don't like photos as much.
I would say 30 minutes -45 minutes would be sufficient during your stop.
Significance wise it was interesting how the small convent built in the late 1800's grew into the largest orthodox community in the Baltic States.Written 13 December 2019
- Narva's super modern educational centre responsible not only for college instruction but also for different training programs open to the society. It has an important role in the local integration program that seems to work very well.
Accomodates the White List café Muna with excellent cuisine.Written 24 July 2021
- I nice monument (even on a rainy day) that made me look up who Paul Keres was - very interesting reading.Written 9 October 2018
- Astri Centre has lots of shops selling clothes, books, souvenirs, food, toys, jewellery, electronics and more. I particularly liked Kalev shop where you can buy Estonian chocolate. The lady there was so nice to make us discount and give lovely bag - great experience! We also then enjoyed bowling. The lady and man there were very polite, friendly and knowledgeable, and put us at ease. We enjoyed playing bowling there, and then went to Astri buffer. There, we took tea/coffee with cakes/pancake. It was nice food overall to get extra calories for billiards. The price for billiard was great, by the way, so we played until we got tired. Actually, we could have eaten something nearby, but we did not realise that (the cafe area was without light). I liked also to see places for kids to play. Overall, the place seems to have everything. I wish I had time to explore it and maybe go to their cinema.Written 14 August 2021
- Eventually found these falls after driving around and around. The signage is none existent. Well worth the. Jew though.Written 31 December 2018
- Above Victoria Bastion is an entrance to the cashier's desk, where you can get an audio-guide (4 EUR with admission) or arrange a tour. You then walk back up and down, through a second door, to the actual bastion. It is not a long tour - less than one hour with the audio guide. It is very interesting, though, and the guide is well put together. Recommended if you're north of the city center.Written 24 August 2018
- While we did not get to enter as there was a funeral going on at the time. This church is definitely worth a stop on your way through Narva.Written 13 December 2019
- Did the “official” walking tour of the area one Sunday morning - surprisingly many people had showed, to the point where the guides had to divide us into 3 groups. I can’t speak for the English / Russian language tour, as I did the Estonian one, but our guide was informative and personable. There’s a fair amount of walking to be done, as the factory area is truly humongous. Not a bad 1,5 hours to spend Sunday morning for 10 Euros - if you into history, abandoned buildings and taking cool pictures - I’d say check it out.Written 29 July 2018
- It small but interesting gallery with 2 halls. On the 1st floor temporary exhibitions are organised, permanent exhibition about every day life in Soviet times is located on the 2nd floorWritten 16 July 2018
- This church is well worth visiting even being at the moment under renovation work.
For entrance fee 3 EUR you access the viewing point at 6th floor with an elevator and the museum floors 3, 4 and 5. I hope they get the renovation ready soon.Written 1 September 2019
- That the tank still stands here, is a reminder to the Russian character of the Narva area.
Soviet Red Army troops crossed on this place the Narva river in February 1944 and a whole new history started in Estonia.Written 21 July 2019
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