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    • Haapsalu Castle
      The Episcopal castle in Haapsalu is a park for the ruins of a former stronghold. It is an architectural pearl dating from the 13th century that used to be the residence of local authorities until the end of the 17th century. This is the place where Estonia's most famous ghost - the eternal lover the White Lady - lives. At present the main building of the castle hosts a museum that gives an overview of the history of the stronghold and Oesel-Wiek Bishopric, the weaponry used in the medieval and early modern period and the ashlar found in the castle. The most important sights of the museum include the cathedral of the former Oesel-Wiek Bishopric located in the south wing of the castle, which was first mentioned in written records in 1279, and the watchtower now used as a belfry. While in the main fortress, one can enjoy a nice view overlooking Haapsalu and the surrounding sea. Historic fortresses have, over the course of time, been turned into parks. This is a unique symbiosis of architecture and nature that provides the joy of discovery for both adults and as children. Small visitors to the fortress can enjoy the playground inspired by the Middle Ages in the vicinity of the main fortress.
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    • Haapsalu Old Town
      Haapsalu, which is bordered by the sea on three sides, fits on a piece of land with a size of just 10.59 km2. The Old Town is located on a peninsula with two eskers, which continue to the north-west as a chain of islets (holms) connected to the mainland. There are low meanders between the holms – Suur and Vaike Viik.The culturally and environmentally valuable Old Town of Haapsalu can be divided into its medieval section and the 20th century health resort area. The medieval part is around the Episcopal castle, with the medieval network of Kooli, Jaani, Vee, Linda, Ruutli and Vaike-Mere Streets and buildings. It is surrounded by a belt of wooden houses and the Promenade, Aafrika beach and parks.
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    • Africa Beach and Promenade
      The splendour of Haapsalu, the famous Czarist era resort, is recalled by the seafront Promenade and its jewel -- the Assembly Hall with its wooden “gingerbread”. Walk on the sloping promenade and glance dreamily at the sea; check the time at the sundial and have a rest on the bench named for the world-famous composer Tchaikovsky. Interesting facts: The Promenade starts at the exotically named Africa Beach, and ends at the Chocolate Promenade, which is named after a former café. There is a children’s playground on the Promenade and the town’s only observation tower. There is also a monument to Carl Hunnius, the discoverer of Haapsalu’s therapeutic mud behind the band shell.
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    • Haapsalu Bishop’s Castle Museum
      Come and acquaint yourself with the history of medieval Haapsalu, watch a video about the castle and visit the Cathedral. From the upper platform of the bell tower, you have a wonderful 360-degree view that extends for 20 km.Interesting facts: In medieval times, the ship traffic on the Bay of Haapsalu is said to have been controlled from the bell tower. The five-story bell tower is 38 metres high, and every day at noon, you can listen to a carillon. From the small castle you can purchase souvenirs and you may also happen upon a pleasant concert.
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    • Haapsalu Maria-Magdaleena Church
      The Estonian Orthodox Maria Magdaleena Church is located in an idyllic area of Haapsalu – on the Promenade. Russian Tsar Alexander II attended the opening of the church in 1852. The church was restored to its present state only a few years ago. The church is open on Sundays from 9 am to noon. To visit at other times, please contact us in advance.Interesting fact: The church and the surrounding buildings are depicted in Ilon Wikland’s book Long, Long Journey. Ilon Wikland, who was the illustrator of Astrid Lindgren’s books, describes her Haapsalu childhood in the book.
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    • Haapsalu Sundial
      There is sundial designed by artist Roman Haavamae on the Haapsalu seaside Promenade. The face of the dial depicts the life of man – starting with a child and ending with an old man supported by a cane. On the Promenade also admire the decorative dolomite stairways and decorative columns by the same artist, as well as the ornamented stairs on both sides of the Assembly Hall. Interesting fact: The sundial shows the local sun time, which is about 90 slower than daylight savings time. Go and check to see if your watch is correct.
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    • St John’s Lutheran Church
      St. John’s Church in Haapsalu which is rebuilt from a 15th century warehouse differs from other churches for its location of north-south orientation. When entering the church you should certainly pay attention to the 5-metre stone altar and the wooden pulpit.Interesting facts:St John’s Church has been a church for an Estonian congregation and many of the simpler citizens have been buried under the floor and in the churchyard.The clock in the tower of the church is one of the oldest in Estonia and the oldest in the west of Estonia.The church is accessible on the outside all year round; the interior of the church can be admired during the events in the church calendar.
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    • Carl Abraham Hunniuse Monument
      On the Promenade make a stop at the monument to Carl Abraham Hunniuse (1797-1851), who established the resort of Haapsalu. Dr, Hunnius was the first to notice that the local residents used the sea mud to find relief for their ailments and was inspired to start investigating the properties of the mud. At his initiative, the first therapeutic mud baths were established in Haapsalu in 1825. Interesting fact: Haapsalu was named an Imperial resort, and Russian Tsars Nicholas I, Alexander II, Alexander III and Nicholas II and their families all vacationed here and took the mud baths.Come and try a Haapsalu therapeutic mud bath in the Laine and Fra Mare Spa hotels!
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    • What are the best hotels near Haapsalu Castle?
      Hestia Hotel Haapsalu Spa, Hotel Paeva Villa, and Promenaadi Hotel are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Haapsalu Castle. See the full list: Hotels near Haapsalu Castle.
    • What are the best hotels near Haapsalu Old Town?
      Popular hotels close to Haapsalu Old Town include Hestia Hotel Haapsalu Spa, Hotel Paeva Villa, and Promenaadi Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Haapsalu Old Town.
    • Which hotels are closest to Ulemiste Airport?
      Popular hotels close to Ulemiste Airport include Palace Hotel Tallinn, a member of Radisson Individuals, ibis Tallinn Center, and Centennial Hotel Tallinn. See the full list: Hotels near (TLL) Ulemiste Airport.
    • What are the best hotels near Railway and Communication Museum?
      A few of the most popular hotels near Railway and Communication Museum are Fra Mare Thalasso Spa, Hotel Paeva Villa, and Kongo Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Railway and Communication Museum.
    • What are the best pet-friendly hotels in Haapsalu?
      Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Haapsalu are Hestia Hotel Haapsalu Spa, Hotel Paeva Villa, and Kongo Hotel. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Haapsalu.