Tallinn City Tour
See the best sites of both medieval and modern Tallinn in a few hours.
The tour starts with the beautiful suburbs of Tallinn, followed by a walking tour in the Old Town.
This focused, yet interactive tour gives one a good overview of the old town and the more significant sites in the surrounding area.
Your journey begins with a drive through the beautiful district of Kadriorg. This lovely baroque park, complete with a grand palace and rose gardens, was a gift from the Russian Emperor Peter the Great to his wife Catharine. The architecturally stunning KUMU Art Museum and our Presidential Palace and are also landmarks in this park.
In the Pirita district, by the sea, lies our famous Song Festival Grounds. Estonians often refer to themselves as a singing nation.This is an important expression of our national identity that has supported Estonians during the fight for independence since the early 1900’s.
We will stop at the specially constructed grounds where the Singing Revolution was born and where over 25,000 singing voices continue to echo the spirit of this nation every 5 years in massive song festivals. In this district, you will also visit the Olympic Village, where the 1980 Moscow Olympic Games sailing regatta took place.
The driving portion of your tour ends in the medieval Old Town. A stroll in the lower section of the Old Town brings you to the Town Hall Square where you will find Tallinn’s original Town Hall, the oldest continuously functioning pharmacy in the Europe and many other architectural treasures. In the Upper Old Town Toompea you can enjoy an amazing view overlooking the city. Within these fortified walls, discover how centuries of tradition and culture have influenced the lives of our present day citizens.
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Please note, transportation supplement applies for all tours starting from cruise harbour.