Kuressaare is the capital of , the largest of islands. The earliest records of Kuressaare is a document written in 1381 that mentions that the town housed the fortified residency of a local Catholic bishop and that it was the main center for the islands of western Estonia.

Kuressaare Photos



Kuressaare Hotels

Find your ideal hotel in Kuressaare
Travel Dates

For More Information

Maps of Kuressaare

Other Names for Kuressaare

Armenian:  Կուռեսաառե Azerbaijani:  Kurеssааrе Belarusian:  Горад Курэссаарэ Bulgarian:  Куресааре Chinese:  库雷萨雷 Chuvash:  Курессааре Erzya:  Курессааре ош Finnish:  Kuressaari Georgian:  კურესაარე German:  Arensburg Hebrew:  קורסארה Japanese:  クレサーレ Korean:  쿠레사레 Latvian:  Kuresāre Lithuanian:  Kuresarė Ossetian:  Курессааре
Persian:  کورساره Russian:  Курессааре Serbian:  Куресаре Swedish:  Arensburg Ukrainian:  Курессааре Urdu:  کورہ سارہ Western Mari:  Курессааре Arensburga EEURE Kingisepp Kingissepa Kingissepp Kuresaar Kuresaare Kuresaari Kuresare

Localities in the Area

Landmarks in the Area

Popular Destinations in West Estonia and Islands

Escape to a Random Place

Your World is Without Borders

Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, excluding photos, directions and the map.
About Mapcarta. Thanks to Mapbox for providing amazing maps. Based on the page Kuressaare. See this page's contributions. Photos provided by Flickr under the copyright of their owners. Mapcarta uses the Flickr API but is not endorsed or certified by Flickr. Please contact us if you'd prefer to remove your Flickr photos from Mapcarta.