Neeruti is just few kilometres outside of Kadrina. It was a home for Kreutzwald, the man who wrote Estonian national epic “Kalevipoeg”, in translation “Kalev`s son”. Many folktales are related to this place involving Kalevipoeg. On the picture there is the statue of Kalevipoeg and on his chest there is the symbol of Kadrina- the broken wheel.
The Fortress of Rakvere. The ruins of it are from Middle Ages but it has been rebuilt to Medieval theme park. Many tours and small history lessons about the life back then tak e place inside. The best place there is probably the torture chamber.