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.
Exploring a city with friends who live there is one of the best ways to get to know it. This customizable tour delivers—connecting you with a friendly local who’ll show you around Tallinn, rather than basing your discoveries on a set itinerary. Meet your Tallinn local, and enjoy a personalized walking tour to get your bearings and their take on places to see, explore, and eat at.
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.
If you want to cover the two main attractions in Tallinn – its romantic Old Town and the splendid nature outside the city; then this day trip is designed for you. Start the day with a trip to Jägala waterfall to escape the morning crowd visiting Tallinn, and finish with a Old Town walking tour.Start the day with a drive to Jägala waterfall to escape the morning crowd visiting Tallinn. The waterfall is 30 minutes away and located right on the doorstep of Lahemaa national park which is recognised for its natural beauty.Once you have filled your lungs with clean fresh air and enjoyed sound of the gushing waterfall, get back to Tallinn where the morning rush has calmed down, leaving the streets more empty and easier to walk. Have a guided 1.5 hour Old Town sightseeing tour, covering all the main attractions and learn about the history of Estonia. Explore the cobbled streets and enjoy the view over the red rooftops from the viewing platforms.
Being a private tour, it’s built around your interests. 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 Western-Estonia today during one of these day trips from Tallinn. The main draws for western Estonia are nature, the Paldiski area, Noarootsi Peninsula and resort town of Haapsalu boasting cute wooden architecture and oodles of summer concerts and outdoor terraces.There are many interesting cultural and nature sites to stop along the route. Like the calm and friendly small town of Haapsalu, Noarootsi peninsula with untouched nature and Scandinavian feel, limestone cliffs in Paldiski and a beautiful waterfall near Tallinn.
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.
Walk the upper and lower old towns of Tallinn to see its medieval history in a small group walking tour of max 8 people. Visit churches, castles, fortified city walls and the town square with a professional local guide Visit Dome Church and Alexander Nevsky CathedralSee St. Olav's Church, Parliament House and enjoy stunning views from Tompea Hill Enjoy this fascinating capital of the Baltics through the alleyways of time
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.
A 14-day/13-nights tour in the Baltic countries- from Vilnius to Tallinn.The price includes a double room in a 3-4 * hotel with breakfast. It is also possible to book a higher class hotel, if available. The program includes all the most beautiful sights in the Baltic States. Tour are a mix of cultural, historical and natural attractions - from the Art Nouveau architecture to Medieval romance and history.
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.
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.
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.
This option combines comfortable hotel pick-up and a private vehicle tour as well as a walking tour in Tallinn, covering both the ancient and the modern parts of the city. Good tour for those who prefer to have comforts of the sightseeing tour of the suburbs by bus and some walking on narrow cobblestone paved streets of the Tallinn Old Town.• Guaranteed skip-the-line entrance
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.
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.
• Discover the Jewish History of Estonia in Tallinn led by a specialist guide • Enjoy the privileges of a private tour to visit the Jewish Museum • See Beit Bella Synagogue and lesser-known remains of Jewish History in the old town. • Visit two Jewish Cemeteries, time allowing.
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.
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.
Enjoy flexibility and personalized attention from one of our friendly team members, your private guide in Tallinn. It is a private experience, which means you will have a choice of where in Old Town to spend more time and which topics should be covered in depth. Take a creative route that weaves through not-so-touristy places, and stop for refreshments in one of the cafés if you wish so. What to expect?-Your private guide will meet you at Tallinn cruise terminal exit gate at agreed time.-Our driver will take you to Upper Old Town. The drive takes approx 10 minutes. -You will have a 3-hour private walking tour both at Toompea Hill and in the lower Old Town.-The tour concludes at the central Town Hall Square or nearby-1.5 hours of free time will follow. Treat yourself with a glass of wine or beer and take in the atmosphere…-Our driver will meet you at a prearranged location for the drive back to the cruise terminal. The duration of this private experience is 5 hours in total.
When your cruise ship sails into Tallinn’s picturesque port, disembark to discover the natural splendor of Lahemaa Natural Park. Accompanied by an expert naturalist guide, gain fascinating insight into the historical heritage of Lahemaa while admiring the majestic architecture and stunning scenery within the park. Tour two magnificent manors, Palmse and Sagadi, to enrich your knowledge of upper-class 18th-century life, and see some of Estonia’s most spectacular natural scenery on this shore excursion.
“Tales of Reval” is a guided performance in medieval Tallinn. Your journey through time is brought alive by costumed performers intimately familiar with the legends of the city. The history of Reval is shared in one single binding story, carefully crafted to be as entertaining as it is informative. Our journey through the highlights of Tallinn takes the form of an interactive spectacle, where you will be transported back to the era of the Hansa merchants.The route has been selected with all ages in mind, making for an easy and comfortable trip at a steady pace through the medieval streets. Our magical walk takes us through the beautifully-preserved Old Town of Tallinn, revealing the history of the medieval era, with tales told in a theatrical manner.This interactive performance provides an unforgettable experience and will inspire you to take our tales back home.
“Tales of Reval” is a guided performance in medieval Tallinn. Your journey through time is brought alive by costumed performers intimately familiar with the legends of the city. The history of Reval is shared in one single binding story, carefully crafted to be as entertaining as it is informative. Our journey through the highlights of Tallinn takes the form of an interactive spectacle, where you will be transported back to the era of the Hansa merchants.The route has been selected with all ages in mind, making for an easy and comfortable trip at a steady pace through the medieval streets.
If you want to have a nice and quiet day away, then visiting Rapla is exactly what you should do! We will walk with nice slow pace. We will have plenty of time for coffee brake and lunch. Rapla is not well known in touristic circles, so there will be no big herds waiting for you. Just a everyday life of a small but lovely local city.If open it is also possible to visit The Rapla County Centre for Contemporary art. There is a small ticket fee (not included in the tour price!).