Kadriorg Park is a highly rated running spot with a soft surface. It could be suitable in the winter time as it also has has electric lighting.
If you need an open track in Tallinn; Tallinna Tehnikaülikooli staadion is marked as open to the public.
Winters in Tallinn can get cold and snowy. December through March might see snow and the temperature is often below -15°C10°F . The days are short and in December it is only bright out between about 1010 AM and 164 PM.
If you want to run after sunset or early in the morning Šnelli park should have electic lighting.
Those looking for a flat course with firm surface can go to Stroomi Rannapark.
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