We were late October so the statues were packed and sadly we didn't see them. The park was huge and well dressed and the ducks and squirrels were not at all afraid of people. I would recommend bringing good things with you. Didn't visit the palace but the view from the outside was impressive.
The Old Town of Tallinn is divided into the Upper City and the Lower City. Follow the guide to walk from the Lower City to the Upper City, crossing the streets and alleys. Among them, the St. Catherine Passage is a characteristic small street. It is relatively narrow and somewhat steep. The street is a stone path. You can cross this street to the highest point of Tallinn’s old town to see the city scenery.
The passage is very close to the "Gate of Estonia", it feels good after entering, especially suitable for taking pictures. There is a pizzeria here, which is very popular and feels good. It is worth trying. There are memorial stone monuments on both sides of the passage, which is very historical.
The St. Catherine Pass is an ancient stone path in the site of the ancient city of Tallinn. It is full of medieval European characteristics. On both sides are houses with hundreds of years of history. A particularly narrow stone road in the middle is very quiet and mysterious. The walls on both sides are often There are also some historical relics, such as murals and sculptures, which are worth walking around.
St. Catherine’s Passage-located in the Old Town of Tallinn, is a long and narrow walkway, known as the "most beautiful alley in Tallinn". Walking in this ancient alley, you can feel the precipitation of history. The walls here are old bricks. The road is also old brick, with a sense of time. There are musicians playing the melodious piano here, which is very charming.