Completed in the first half of the 16th century, this castle is a great place to visit, with concerts, events such as archery, guided tours, the notorious "hell" chamber and you can also eat and drink here, meals are faithful medieval recipes with no potatoes!
is a late medieval church with an unusually high and slender spire that was built in the 17th century. Grave marker of Bishop Arnoldus H. Annabat. Eye-catching Baroque fretwork masterpieces – the pulpit and altar wall.
Heavy Metal/Rock Bar, in the basement not far of a walk from the castle, popular with bikers and headbangers. Has a pool table and a great selection of beer. Great atmosphere on weekends but is open all week.
Contains the holy remains of the martyred priest Sergei Florinski, which are the only public holy remains in Estonia.