On one side, the residential district is connected to Pirita by the 800 meter Mäe cycle and pedestrian track that will take you down from Maarjamäe limestone bank to Maarjamäe itself, from there on to Pirita beach promenade, Pirita River Valley or the walking and running trails in Pirita Forest. On the other side, bus stops on Narva Maantee are a mere half a kilometer walk away.
Close by are Windeck Park and Maarjamäe sports complex with its artificial grass covered grounds, open to all exercise enthusiasts. Stroll along Pirita beach promenade straight into the heart of events at Estonian Fairs Center; Tallinn Song Festival Grounds and Kadriorg city district and park as well are close at hand. Culture lovers will rejoice in the immediate vicinity of Maarjamäe Palace, Estonian History Museum, and Estonian Film Museum. Those very special moments are elegantly celebrated at restaurant Tuljak in Pirita that offers unforgettable savory experiences.
This most desired residential area will be further perfected by a number of versatile and essential services. To ensure an all-inclusive living environment, Lahekalda shopping center will be developed for the advantage of local residents as providing for different services and accommodating small businesses. The city is planning to establish a health center nearby (East-Tallinn Central Hospital’s outpatient clinic). Much to the liking of local residents, a kindergarten and a leisure center are planned for the area. Bus connections, currently located a few hundred meters away on Narva Maantee, will in the future move closer to the residential district.