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Set out from Tallinn on a day trip to Paldiski, a former Soviet naval base known for its spectacular coastal limestone cliffs. A local guide with show you around this once closed military town, providing insight into its fascinating history. Along the way you'll visit an old prison quarry and Estonia's third largest waterfall, as well the stunning Keila-Joa Manor—known for it's Neo Gothic style of architecture. You'll even have an opportunity to explore the cockpit of a plane once belong to Soviet military.
Discover Tallinn Old Town’s highlights and some hidden corners you may not see on your own on this small-group walking tour. Roam the Upper and Lower Town to visit treasures such as the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, city walls, and Old Town Hall Square. Plus, delve into alleyways to find tucked-away details and spots favored by locals; and hear fresh perspectives on the city’s history and culture that many visitors miss.
Lahemaa National Park, just east of Tallinn, is a place with breathtaking landscapes and unspoilt nature. You can find beautiful peninsulas and bays, forests and beaches, waterfalls and bogs seasoned with rich cultural history. This day trip is perfect for spending a day out of Tallinn.
The first stop on the way is Jägala waterfall, after which the tour will visit Sagadi Manor, where you can learn about the legacy of German land-owners living in the Estonian countryside for centuries. You will then visit Altja village which is unique as it represents the architecture of our fishing villages as they were before the estblishment of coastal border zone during the Soviet times. You have time for a walk by the seaside and Altja tavern is open for tasting traditional Estonian farm food.
Last thing on the tour is picturesque walk in Viru bog. You will go on the boardwalk leading to observation tower where you can admire how the unique vegetation is contrasting the clear bog pools.
Tallinn’s Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage site and the most atmospheric area of the capital. On this shore excursion, maximize your time in port with a guided walking tour of the Old Town and benefit from a small-group size, ensuring extra attention from your guide. Explore the cobbled lanes and medieval monuments of Toompea Hill, browse the traditional artisan workshops, and see landmarks including St Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Toompea Castle, and Town Hall Square.
Sightseeing in Tallinn independently lets you set your own pace, but can mean overlooking important details or areas of the city. This audio-guided tour delivers both: allowing you to explore in your own time, and hear background via a guide’s narrative. Simply download the MP3 audio and follow the map around Tallinn’s main sights and hidden gems, from Toompea to Tammsaare Park, stopping and restarting as you wish.
This Experience is provided by a private Local.
Discover the most impressive buildings in Tallinn and learn about the history behind each of those buildings and structures in this invigorating architectural walk!
Join me on this adventure to discover the beauty and history of Tallinn’s most significant buildings from the past and the present and find out a bit more about the local culture in Estonia from my perspective!
During this walk, you will become better acquainted with the local architecture and at the same time, you will learn how it has changed over the years with the city becoming more contemporary while still retaining its unique character.
By the way, did you know that the famous boutique hotel The Three Sisters, located in three joined Medieval houses, is a UNESCO World Heritage building?
Shore excursions usually take visitors to a city's main attractions and little else. This guided tour takes you to Tallinn's charming Old Town but also takes you beyond that well-trafficked area to the baroque Kadriorg Palace, Song Festival Grounds, and Pirate Beach while still getting you back to the ship on time.
Delve deeper into Tallinn Old Town than you probably could alone with this private walking tour. With a guide to help navigate the Lower and Upper Town (Toompea), you’ll cover the sights and get the full picture on their history. Plus, explore Tallinn’s past below-ground with entry to the Bastion Passages—centuries-old city tunnels—and the Carved Stone Museum, whose underground chambers brim with historical tombstones, coats-of-arms, and pillars.
Explore the Old Town of Tallinn with a half-day small group walking tour limited to eight people. See the city’s top landmarks including the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and Town Hall Square. Visit galleries and craft workshops and see the charming architecture of Kalamaja, a bohemian neighborhood known for its wooden houses and local cafés.
See the best of Tallinn in just half a day—and even venture beyond city limits for a dose of natural scenery—on this private tour. Meet your guide at your hotel, and hop aboard your air-conditioned vehicle. Head first to the dramatic Jägala Waterfall on the edge of Lahemaa National Park before returning to Tallinn’s Old Town. Then, spot highlights like the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Toompea Castle, and more.
Escape to the quaint city of Tallinn on a day trip from the Finnish capital. Board a ferry in Helsinki and journey to the Estonian capital, one of the best preserved old towns in Europe. Embark on a sightseeing tour and see landmarks like Kadriorg Park, the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, and Toompea Castle. Enjoy free time to explore on your own before taking the ferry back to Helsinki.
Discover the Old Town of Tallinn with a private guide leading the way during this walking tour customized for kids. Set out at a relaxed pace to see top city landmarks including the pastel buildings of Town Hall Square and St. Olaf’s Church Tower. Taste local sweets during a stop at a café, climb aboard a slow moving train ride, and visit a haunted castle.
The tour departs daily at 9.00am from Helsinki's port and reaches Tallinn at 11.15am.
You will be greeted by our Guide and 3-hour guided tour starts from the harbour. During the tour, you will see the main city square and the Tallinn Town Hall, Aleksander Nevsky Cathedral, Toompea Castle and much more. Tallinn, Estonia’s capital on the Baltic Sea, retains its walled, cobble stoned Old Town, home to cafes and shops, as well as Kiek in de Kök, a 15th-century defensive tower. The Old Town, dating from around the 15th century, is Estonia’s only UNESCO World Heritage site.
You will be transferred back to the port around 17.30pm, preparing for the departure to Helsinki. On the ferry returning to Helsinki, you can relax and enjoy the services on board. You will arrive in Helsinki at 21:00pm.
Get to know the Estonian capital on this 2-hour guided walking tour of Tallinn. Take in the highlights of the UNESCO World Heritage listed Old Town, admire the grand monuments of Town Hall Square; and see landmarks such as St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, St Olav’s Church, and Toompea Castle.
An enjoyable tour by private vehicle which enables you to see the best city highlights of Tallinn without putting too much effort in walking. Your guide will be greeting you at the cruise port and will bring you back to the harbour at the end of the tour. Even though you do not need to walk long distances in Old Town, you will still fully enjoy the atmosphere of this hanseatic city.
Travel back in time during this private 3-hour city tour of Tallinn’s historic sites. The first half of the tour will be by bus, and will cover Kadriorg Palace and Park, the UNESCO Heritage-listed Tallinn Song Festival Grounds and the ruins of the Pirita Convent. In the city’s old town you’ll embark on foot, visiting places like the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral (Russian Orthodox) and St. Mary’s Cathedral (Lutheran), among other stops. Discover Toompea Castle and the Estonian Parliament in Upper Town and visit the oldest operating pharmacy in the world in Lower Town. At the end of the tour your friendly guide will set you loose to explore on your own, offering suggestions for the top local attractions.
Tallinn’s highlights are dispersed across its Old Town and modern city—making it tricky to see them all on foot. This private tour delivers: combining an Old Town tour with sightseeing outside its walls by air-conditioned vehicle. Traveling by chauffeur-driven private car, view the wooden houses, Kadriorg Palace, and Song Festival Grounds of the suburbs; before an Old Town walking tour showcases must-sees such as Town Hall Square and Toompea.
Avoid the hassle of waiting around for members of a large tour group on this Tallinn sightseeing tour that is limited to just eight people. Explore the top sights of the Old Town but also go beyond that tourist hub to such lesser-visited landmarks as Kadriorg Palace, Song Festival Grounds, and Pirate Beach.
Get a perspective on Tallinn Old Town than many travelers miss during this private Jewish-history tour. Go beyond conventional Tallinn itineraries to visit landmarks such as the Beit Bella Synagogue and remnants of Jewish sites still evident in the Old Town; enjoy transport between the sites, and hear tales of past and present Jewish life you’d never know otherwise. Hotel or port pickup and drop-off are provided for ease.
Explore the best of old and new Tallinn during this private sightseeing excursion. See key landmarks such as the UNESCO-listed Old Town, the National Opera, Kadriorg Palace, the Olympic Village, and much more from the comfort of your private vehicle. Learn about the history of the city and each location from your tour guide and feel free to customize the itinerary to your interests.
You will be greeted by our guide from your harbour according to agreed time. After the pick-up, we will start the tour with bus excursion highlighting attractions outside Old Town Tallinn, you will see the "must -see" attractions of Tallinn. Such as Tallinn City, and wooden districtsKadriorg Park, Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, Pirita Convent and Olympic Village etct.
After bus excursion we will have a nice walk in old town of Tallinn. During the tour you will see the main city square and the Tallinn town Hall, Alexander Nevsky Cathedral (optional free entrance), St Mary’s Cathedral “Dome Church” (optional free entrance), Viewing platforms, Short Leg and Long Leg Streets, Medieval City Wall “The Walls of Tallinn”, etc. Tallinn, Estonia’s capital on the Baltic Sea, retains its walled, cobble stoned Old Town, home to cafes and shops. The Old Town, dating from around the 15th century, is Estonia’s only UNESCO World Heritage site, and is more than worthy of the title.
Being a private tour, it’s built around your interests. You will also get a video clip of your day as a thanks for visiting Estonia. You’ll have the freedom to decide on every part of your journey or just relax and enjoy one of the attractions along the way.
We are going to explore north-eastern parts of Estonia during this day-trip. The main draws for north-eastern Estonia are the towns of Narva and Narva-Jõesuu on the border to Russia and industrial landscapes mixed with the newest national park in Estonia.
There are many interesting sites to stop along the route between Tallinn and Narva. Like the towns of Rakvere and Sillamäe, one of the more idyllic beach settings - Narva-Jõesuu beach. Narva itself is a melting pot of Estonian and Russian cultures and a great place to stop and relax. Narva these days presents examples of classical Soviet-era architecture with some exciting contemporary developments.
Keeping children entertained on a city tour can be tricky, but this child-friendly tour will be sure to grab your kids' attention. In a small group of no more than eight, enjoy your guide's personal attention as you explore Tallinn Old Town, embark upon a slow-moving train ride, and even visit a haunted castle.
Located only 80 km across the Baltic Sea, getting from Helsinki to Tallinn is surprisingly easy thanks to the frequent ferry service.
I recommend taking the first Tallink ferry at 07:30 from new Helsinki West Harbour Terminal 2, which arrives in Tallinn 2 hours later. Meet and greet will take place on the ground floor of the terminal building in Tallinn.
Driving and walking tour for people interested in the real feeling of Tallinn. We'll start with driving along the coast of Tallinn Bay through different suburbs. You see the differences in each of the city districts, understand the history and the local communities a little better than before.
At the end of the tour, we will visit also the Old Town. We walk both in the lower and upper part of the Old Town, see the most important sights, hear the stories of past and present.
After the 5-hour tour and some personal free time, you can catch your ferry back to Helsinki whenever you like.