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Tallinn Classic Tour

  • Discover both the Old Town as well as the Kadriorg district
  • Cover all the main sights in the Medieval town from the Parliament building to the Town Hall
  • Take a bus to leafy Kadriorg district with wooden villas, art museums and a baroque-style palace
  • Visit Pirita beach area and get a glimpse of the mysterious ruins of a 15th-century convent and see Tallinn’s Soviet-era TV tower

All the wonder and charm of the Estonian capital comes to life on this tour which covers Tallinn’s top sights. Tallinn Classic Tour starts with a 1.5-hour walking tour of the city’s best-loved attraction, its medieval Old Town. There you’ll hear tales of long-ago merchants and monks as you make your way through the enchanting cobblestone streets. We’ll continue by bus to the leafy Kadriorg district which is a park area that’s home to amazing wooden villas, art museums and a baroque palace built for Russian Tsar Peter the Great. We’ll continue onward to the Pirita beach area, where you’ll get a glimpse of the mysterious ruins of a 15th-century convent and the city’s Soviet-era TV tower.

PRICE INCLUDES: personal pick-up and return to your hotel, guide service and transport.

PICK UP PLACE AND TIME: hotel, as agreed.

LANGUAGES: English, Spanish, German.


Explore Tallinn and listen legends about its most important square, the Town Hall Square

The Town Hall Square has been the undisputed hub of Tallinn’s Old Town for the last eight centuries. The best examples of the historical importance of the square are the well preserved gothic Town Hall and the oldest pharmacy in Europe. Although, criminals are no longer chained in front of the town hall and the pharmacy doesn’t function as a rowdy drinking place for wine-lovers anymore, the square continues to play an active role in the lives of local people as well as the many tourists who flock there. The square is a venue for numerous festivals, markets and cafes. Surely, it’s the best place to start our tour and answer common questions like how old is Tallinn, how has it developed through centuries and what life was like here during the medieval ages when the old Tallinn was built.

Learn how magnificently the churches, medieval buildings and street structure has been preserved in the Old Town, get a glimpse of Estonian’s Government and Parliament House from the outside

Today Estonians often claim to be the least religious nation in Europe, never-the-less, churches can be seen practically everywhere in Old Town. Most of them, including: St. Nicholas’; St Mary’s; and the Church of the Holy Ghost’ are on our route and are monumental examples of medieval architecture. Each of them, plus the exceptional golden Orthodox Cathedral of Alexander Nevsky which symbolizes the Russian past, reveal fascinating legends that you will hear about during the tour. Exploring the streets in the lower and upper town we also show you where the Estonian Parliament and Estonian Government work and let you to take pictures from viewing platforms on Toompea hill.

Visit the best known green area in Tallinn, Kadriorg, a baroque park

Driving out from the Old Town we will take you to the east side of the city to visit Kadriorg Park, the famous art and recreational area founded by the Russian tsar Peter the Great and named after his wife, Catherine I. The Baroque palace the tsar had built – along with the surrounding forests, ponds and fountains – is still the neighbourhood’s main attraction.

Tour around Tallinn’s seaside and visit the Song Festival Grounds

Finally, we enjoy amazing views of Tallinn from the seaside at Pirita and will also stop over the Song Festival Grounds. Pirita is worth a visit as it hosted the sailing regatta for the 1980 Moscow Olympic Games and the area was also at the heart of the Olympic village. Today Pirita is home to the most popular beach around Tallinn and a nice yacht harbour. The nearby Song Festival Grounds form a large venue that holds a special place in Estonian hearts as the birthplace of the Singing Revolution and host an enormous Song Festival, which takes place here every 5 years.

Optional tips to enhance your experience:

  • pop in Tallinn’s Town Hall Pharmacy and find out what medieval claret wine tastes like;
  • ask us for tips on the best restaurants in Tallinn – let us order a professional photographer to be present during the tour to make an exceptional photo-memory of your visit to Tallinn.

Prices for Tallinn Classic Tour

Number of participants: Price per person: Children 7-12 years:
1 154 euros
2 77 euros 57 euros
3 67 euros 47 euros
4-5 57 euros 37 euros
6 41 euros on request
7 36 euros on request
8 32 euros on request
9 and more on request on request

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